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Prom Music

Dalton Hallum

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Prom music is often extremely censored. This is an unnecessary policy because almost all songs have a clean version, but the Prom committee neglects to acknowledge this and bans the song completely. So, It’s very obvious that the Prom committee neglects the wishes of the students. Why should people who don’t even dance or listen to the music at prom be allowed to choose the songs that are played?

The best way to fix this injustice is to have a board of students who decide what music to play. They should still have some adults with them so that nothing to explicit gets played but this would allow for the students to have a bigger voice in the music. Another simple solution is to have a live band. A live band would make the dance much more iconic and inviting. While some songs wouldn’t be able to be played, it would create a more lively experience. So, the easiest way to provide a more appealing experience to the students is to give them more control over the Prom.

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