Junior Elisa Alexander often finds herself in the bittersweet situation of wanting moments of her life. She’ll be walking with someone, or having a conversation, and she’ll find that she wants nothing more than to freeze the moment and she’ll stop what she’s doing in order to enjoy the moment. “I wanna just freeze. I’m content. I’m really happy and I want that to last forever but obviously it can’t and then I end up stopping talking and just relishing the moment and the person thinks I’m a weirdo and then they walk away and the moment’s over and it’s horrible.”
“It’s an incredible feeling,” said manager for the Boy’s Basketball Team Senior Jacob Vitali, discussing how it felt to make it to the tournament.
As the new semester begins, students and teachers alike are beginning to feel the effects of new classes and modified lunch schedules. Additionally, for seniors and their advisors, the Senior Project class brings new work requirements for the research-based project that takes the place of Presentations of Learning in the Spring.
Guess what? The Winter White Semi-Formal was an overwhelming success! If you weren’t there, you should’ve been, and you would’ve been blown away by the turnout- over 150 students came, both upperclassmen and lowerclassmen strongly represented.