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Class of 2021 discuss Sophomore Semi Formal

Remmi Shaw

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Sophomore Maddie Yaffe

How was your Semi experience?
“It was really fun, I had a great time. The dancing was so fun. I lost my voice, but overall it was amazing.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“When they played Brightside by The Killers.”

What color did you wear?
“I wore a navy blue dress.”

What was your favorite food served?
“I didn’t eat food, but I ate ice cream. The ice cream bar was good.”

How much money do you think you spent in total on Semi?
“Maybe around $150.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would it be?
“[I would want] more food.”

 

Sophomore Aydan McGah

How was your Semi experience?
“I actually had a really fun time! I think it was fun being with the whole grade and getting to see everyone.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“I think my favorite part was the photo booth. It was fun to dress up and take pictures.”

Did you buy your own ticket?
“I did because I took someone from a different school that lives in Wayland.”

What color did you wear?
“I wore gold and white.”

What was your favorite food that was served?
“The little spring rolls.”

How much money do you think you spent in total on Semi?
“Around $150.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would you change?
“[I would] maybe just change a little bit of the music.”

 

Sophomore Taylor Travis

How was your Semi experience?
“It reminded me of the eighth grade D.C. dance, and I really liked it. I liked [our grade] all being together, [and] I really enjoyed it.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“I don’t really have a favorite part overall; it was just a really fun night.”

Did you buy your own ticket?
“No, I did not.”

What color did you wear?
“My dress was dark navy blue.”

What was your favorite food that was served?
“Pigs in a blanket.”

How much money do you think you spent in total on Semi?
“Around $150.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would you change?
“[I would] maybe [change] the music.”

 

Sophomore Will Munroe

How was your Semi experience?
“It was fun. I had a good time.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“My favorite part was probably Joe Tardif’s [interview in the Meet The Semi Dates video].”

Did you buy your own ticket?
“Yes.”

What color did you wear?
“I wore navy blue.”

What was your favorite food that was served?
“I don’t know. I actually didn’t eat any food.”

How much money total do you think you spent on Semi?
“Too much.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would you change?
“I would [want] an actual meal instead of just appetizers.”

Sophomore Sean Keegan

How was your Semi experience?
“It was a lot of fun, [but] the DJ could’ve been better.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“The food.”

What color did you wear?
“Navy blue.”

What was your favorite food that was served?
“The ice cream.”

How much money total do you think you spent on Semi?
“$150.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would you change?
“The DJ.”

 

Class of 2021 Advisor Jessica Imbornone

How was your Semi experience?
“It was good overall. I think all the kids behaved and had a fun time.”

What was your favorite part of Semi?
“The fact that so many students came and stayed for the entire event, which, to me, showed that they were having fun.”

Did you go with a date?
“I did not. Unless Dr. Friedlander, Ms. Giglio and Mrs. Barber count as my dates.”

Did you buy your own ticket?
“No, I got in for free.”

What color did you wear?
“I wore black.”

What was your favorite food served?
“The chicken. I liked it all actually. The chicken, the steak and cheese and the little hot dogs. I liked them all.”

How much money total do you think you spent on Semi?
“$0 because I didn’t buy anything.”

If you could change one thing about Semi what would you change?
“More kids would have come.”

Is there anything for the future that you would keep in mind when planning another Semi?
“No, I think the E-board did a great job. I really do think they did a great job.”

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Remmi Shaw, class of 2021, is in her first year of journalism. She is a member of the sophomore executive board and is the president of the Climate Committee...

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