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Class of 2004 primed for San Francisco

Senior year is anticipated by many, often because of the coveted senior privileges: senior retreat, off campus lunch, senior bathrooms. However, all these traditions pale in comparison to the up-coming senior trip, set for May 12-16.

San Francisco will be invaded by the class of 2004 as they adventure out from the comfort of campus life and into an experience unlike any other.

“I can’t wait for senior trip,” Seth Fisher, ’04, said. “The legends of trips past and stories from alumni have hyped it up so much; it’s going to be a blast!”

Most seniors share Fisher’s enthusiasm. Yet, some view it as just another school function.

“After the Hawaii trip, I expect the senior trip to be pretty boring and tightly chaperoned,” Derrick Lehman, ’04, said. “I’ll still try to make the best out of it, but I’m expecting to have a bad time.”

Many hours of hard work and preparation have preceded the trip in hopes that it will be enjoyable for all seniors.

“The senior class sponsors have been meeting regularly since November,” Scott Falk, campus pastor and co-planner, said. “We believe the trip will be an unforgettable experience for seniors; we’re really looking forward to returning to the Bay Area.”

Students will visit many attractions including a trip to the Orpheum Theater for a showing of the Lion King featuring the traveling Broadway cast, a Giants baseball game, a day at Santa Cruz Boardwalk and a service project at Mt. Hermon.

“I’m really excited that we get to go to Santa Cruz since Sadies got cancelled,” Michelle Nachtigall, ’04, said. “I can’t wait to hang out with everyone. I think this will be a great way to end the year.”

Whether students are excited or apathetic, senior trip has often created memories of all shapes and sizes and plays an imperative role in campus tradition. The class of 2004 primed for San Francisco and beyond.

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