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Different Perspectives Surrounding Spring Fling

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There are a lot of different opinions circulating the school regarding the Spring Fling. Some students may love the idea of a spring dance. While others might not be up for it. Some conflicting ideas are starting to form on the opinion if there should even be a Spring Fling. Students have voiced their opinion of the exclusivity for people who can’t afford it. 

Clay Stewart, a senior at Lake Shore High School, said, “I personally think they’re overcharging it, and it’s going to be just as bad as Homecoming this year. Because, Homecoming was a disaster. On top of that, I don’t see the point of having a Spring Fling if prom is right around the corner.”

Building on that statement they also had something to say about the price of the dance. Stewart said, “I also think it’s stupid because if I went to Spring Fling and prom I’d be wasting like $130.” 

Stewart has a good point though that a lot of students have to work and pay for it by themselves. Although some people may think that it’s not a lot of money, some people would find it very uncomfortable if they aren’t in a position to give that $15 over. 

Emily Krogulec, a junior at Lake Shore, has different opinions on the spring fling.she said, “hanging with my friends, dancing, taking pictures, and getting ready.” 

Krogulec also stated that since she is not a senior and doesn’t get to go to prom she likes the fact that there is a dance other than Homecoming she can go to later in the year. She plans to have fun and make it a good night. 

Some may not like that there is a spring dance, and that’s fine. This dance is going to do more good than bad. By not excluding the underclassman, the freshman, sophomore, and juniors won’t feel like they missed out. 

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Michael Mehlhose, Staff Writer
Michael is an 18-year-old senior. In his free time, he likes to play basketball with friends, and take naps every day after school. Going to the gym is one of his few hobbies.

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