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Pranking Their Way To Projects

by Daphne Chow on Friday, April 25th, 2014

Every year, Milton’s graduating class takes part in the long-held tradition of senior pranks. As usual, students and faculty have had mixed reactions to this year’s pranks. While Noah Cheng (IV) thinks they have been “decent, but could be more creative,” Kayla Jang (I) considers them worthwhile, as “they lighten the atmosphere at the Academy.”

In the winter, Rosamond Carr (I) and class counselor Emmie Atwood (I) initiated this year’s set of pranks with the festive addition of a stuffed reindeer-drawn facilities’ golf cart to the bottom of the student center, complete with a “nice list” and Santa Claus. Neil Chandra (I) said, “That was a really way to kick off senior pranks, as it was both original and seasonally appropriate. It set the tone nicely.”

Soon after, two senior girls took on the responsibility of leading the Senior Prank Committee, organizing following pranks and creating a Facebook group to get all the seniors involved. When asked why they decided to play such a large part in this tradition, one of the girls, who asked to remain anonymous, answered, “We were talking about how previous classes barely did any pranks and how [senior pranks] leave a lasting impression. To me, senior pranks represent our class spirit. Our class was slacking, so we agreed that the only way we could turn the year around was to set a bunch of pranks up.”

Pranks thus far have included stringing caution tape across the steps of the Stu, hanging bras and underwear from the ceiling outside of the computer labs, and moving all the student center furniture into Wigg Hall. The anonymous leader behind these pranks calls teepee-ing and bubble-wrapping the student center the “most successful,” because it was “a new idea.” She added, “The posters in the bathroom stalls worked, because they are a constant reminder of Class of 2014.”

Most recently, on Wednesday, or “Hump Day,” seniors brought even more originality to their pranks by placing a camel outside Forbes Dining Hall. Valentine Ora (I) casually remarked, “It’s always nice to see camel toes on the Quad.”

The anonymous leader acknowledges that there have been some “harsh critics” surrounding their decisions so far; nevertheless, she explained, “I put a lot of thought and hours into these pranks, and seeing peoples’ positive reactions to the pranks make me want to do more.” As for future pranks, she hinted, “Let’s just say we’re ending these last couple of weeks with a bang!”

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Posted by Daphne Chow on Apr 25 2014. Filed under News, Recent News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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