Students throughout Park Hill South have had a variety of opinions on this year’s Homecoming dance. The students did not hold back on what they believed went well and what did not go well at the dance that took place Sept. 16. Homecoming is a highly anticipated event for many students
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Sparkly dresses and so much hairspray when you walk, you crunch. No matter how you come to the Courtwarming dance you’re in for a beautiful surprise. Coming alone is great too but a night under the stars wouldn’t be any fun without a few Courtwarming proposals. A cute sign and some candy can always go a long way.
The hype about homecoming is finally over. South students took home memories they will never forget from September 24th. But some didn’t have as good of a time as others. Zach Nay, junior, said “They could’ve had better music, but I liked the dance because I make the best out of
Dance has been a way people express themselves since the earliest humans walked the Earth. With so many possible combinations it’s no wonder the art of dance has evolved through the centuries. In the early 15th century “ballo” was very popular among Italians. The dance features several couples that stand
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