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Morp: Blast to the Past

Marima Jules, Staff Writer

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Trailing after the high of prom is morp. Morp tries to defy everything prom is. This year’s theme is “Blast to the Past”. Silverwolves had the opportunity to dress in anything that pertains to past events. There was no limit on what students could go as; varying from dinosaurs all the way to  greasers. The dance took place in Riverton large gym at 7pm.

“My favorite part of dances are the jokes and spending time with my amazing group.” RHS student Kaitlyn Schreiner said. She appeared in a dinosaur costume along with her date Evan Hopes. Kaitlyn also stated “I can see why they would put the little stage there but I felt like it was just unnecessary.”

The organization of morp was left in the hands of FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America), and the ASL Club. The ASL Club was responsible for the Theme dance. However, both of the clubs collaborated to create vivid pictures that aligned the exterior of the gym and the decorations.

“We threw up a lot of different ideas and situations and how it can play out.” said Mrs. Giron, the Department Head in FCCLA. She also added that the ideas came from “asking ourselves what would be the funniest thing for the students.”

Kate Kunz, one of the officers in FCCLA, had a blast setting up the dance. She stated that FCCLA “decided on a theme by just throwing ideas out there. We came up the idea of space ships, and just kept throwing them out there until we came up with the theme.”

Like any other dance, Morp progressed as the night went on. The sweat from the people’s faces and the musk in the air described how well people enjoyed the dance.

Marima Jules, Staff Writer

Marima (Abbey) Jules was born and raised in Irvington, New Jersey. She has a twin (who is constantly reminded that thirty minutes is older), two brothers,...

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