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Homecoming: The Music Scoop

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Homecoming: The Music Scoop

students had issues with the music selection at the most recent homecoming dance. How will they find a solution for next time?

students had issues with the music selection at the most recent homecoming dance. How will they find a solution for next time?

students had issues with the music selection at the most recent homecoming dance. How will they find a solution for next time?

students had issues with the music selection at the most recent homecoming dance. How will they find a solution for next time?

Breck Hathcoat

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At the front of the dance floor, upperclassmen stood before the DJ jumping and singing with the music. Girls’ shoes were stacked against the ballroom walls so they could dance easier.  The freshmen and sophomores on the other hand, stood at the back of the room wandering around, attempting to make the best out of the terrible music and crowded atmosphere. It looks like there might need to be a change in the selection of music for upcoming dances.

Incoming freshmen have so many things on their minds as they enter high school, and one of them are the dances. People spend hours getting ready, planning their groups and making dinner reservations. They expect their first school dance to be filled with music, friends and dancing. This year’s homecoming was not all that most kids plan it to be.

One recurring issue for the students was the music. The selection was boring, obscure and difficult to dance to. There were about three songs that everyone in the room danced and knew the words to. When underclassmen didn’t know a song, they would stop dancing and start walking around without a purpose. This left only juniors and seniors at the front, trying to make the most out of the DJ’s terrible playlist.

Dozens of fifteen and sixteen year olds wandering around a dance floor does not make a good school dance. Many freshmen were disappointed with their first  homecoming experience and expressed ideas to make it better next time. Kids say they would like it better if they could request songs or maybe even get a new DJ. Although it’s not something many people think about, the good music at a high school dance especially is crucial.

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