STUDENTS STEP INTO THE FUTURE ON SENIOR CITIZEN DAY

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Haley Johnston

Although there are seven days left until Spirit Week begins, seniors already came to class in costume on Friday, Jan. 18, for Senior Citizen Day. Wrapped up in bathrobes and accompanied by canes, seniors emulated the styles of their elders to show enthusiasm for the Class of 2019. “My inspiration for my outfit was taken from my aunts,” communications senior Sydney Greenspan said. “It was an opportunity for me and my boyfriend to dress up for what we hope to look like in the future, or at least on my part.”

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  • Communications senior Catalina Correa holds up a “chancleta,” or sandal.

  • Theatre senior Sonia Rivera greets Assistant Principal Leo Barrett between classes.

  • Communications senior Gabby Moragues snaps a selfie with band senior Aubrey Wendel.

  • Old meets new: Digital media senior Kayla Klavins uses a Google Chromebook dressed as a senior citizen.

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