Here comes the sun, seniors

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Alex Clunan

(Top row left to right) Logan Carolino, Allison Houpt, Chelsea Agyei, Caroline Camden, Justin Tran, (bottom row left to right) Ryan Smith, Isabelle Westlake, Lily Trinh, and Grace Mozingo who are a part of Class of 2022 Executive Board pose on 2nd street at the Oceanfront on Sept. 3.

Kalorra Smith, Staff Writer

This year’s senior sunrise allowed students to see friends they had not seen since the previous school year. 

“I loved getting the chance to see a lot of my school friends, especially those who I don’t normally see outside of school,” said Class of 2022 Treasurer Ryan Smith. “It was nice to have a chance to hang out and not be stressed about school.”

Around 30 to 40 students brought speakers, towels, games, and breakfast as they enjoyed their last few days before school was back in session. 

“The sunrise made me excited about going back to school because it reminded me of how much fun we have at events like these,” said Executive Board senior Allison Houpt.