Starry Night Gala: a night in review


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The first all-school banquet of the year proved to be quite a spectacular event for the records.  From getting ready, to taking pictures, to laughing with friends at the Mill, several students voice how their evening went down.

For the past three years, juniors Emily Craft and Calle Turk have gotten ready together for banquets.

“It was really fun,” Craft said. “She did my hair and I did her makeup.”

Craft, along with her date, Senior Devin Vaudreuil, took pictures at the sculpture garden behind the venue. Her favorite activity? She simply replied, “I liked being able to spend a couple hours with someone I care about a lot.”

Junior Cameron Wilcox’s favorite activity was “the photo booth because of the extra props.” Wilcox and his date, Junior Elizabeth Hawthorne, chose to take pictures on the Walnut Street Bridge before the banquet.

Sophomore Adele Beaucicot also enjoyed the photo booth because “it shows personality.” She took pictures with her friends at Cambridge Square before the event.

Sophomore Emily Gensolin especially enjoyed bonding with her sister while she did her makeup and talking to the portrait artists while they created a banquet memento.

Sophomore Hope Hunnicutt got ready with her “squad of friends” and then took lots of pictures by the Hunter Museum. “It was like a pre-banquet party,” she laughs, “everyone was there.” She loved karaoke because “it was improv.” Hunnicutt finished off the night by going to Menchies and taking funny photos in the parking lot with her friends.