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Craig Bardo

Cheers & Jeers

March 29, 2022


Cheers to comfy hoodies. One of the best feelings in the world is opening up the dryer and grabbing out a warm, comfy hoodie. 

Cheers to the World Language plays.

Cheers to spring break next week. Who’s excited to spend an entire week relaxing, and not having to worry about school? Here at the Prowler, we sure are. 

Cheers to Staff Writers MacKenzie Jadick and Peter Beardsley. Beardsley was crowned prom king last weekend, and Jadick wore a pretty dress yesterday for lacrosse senior night. 

Cheers to the World Language plays. The plays will take place during class on Friday, despite only drama and World Language classes attending. 

Cheers to “Coda” winning the best overall picture at the Oscars. It was the first movie to predominantly feature sign language and win this award.

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Jeers to swimsuit shopping. It is nearly impossible to find the perfect swimsuit, especially when places like Target still have the dressing rooms closed.  

Jeers to college entrance tests.

Jeers to the people who sneak in alcohol and other things at prom. Can we just not? I think most everyone enjoys still being able to have these events, and would prefer if they do not get shut down. 

Jeers to having long nails. They are so pretty but so not functional. 

Jeers to inflation. So much for that rise in minimum wage and COVID-19 relief money increasing the balance in our bank accounts.

Jeers to college entrance tests. Why does one very long, very tiring test determine if students get into a good college? What if someone is just a bad test taker but a great student?

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