Theme Nights

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Check-In with Student Gov. at lunch to get points for your class! Also, look for journalists who will be taking photos to upload on here for a cumulative gallery!

Dress Up Guidelines! Check-In with Student Gov. at lunch to get points for your class! **look for journalists who will be taking photos to upload on here for a cumulative gallery

WATCH OUT– Scores will be updated live through the week (:

This year’s score system:

first place-100

second place- 75

third place- 50

last place-25

Michael Szayni, Humanities Department Faculty and North Hutch Dorm Head

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5 Responses to “Theme Nights”

  1. Webb Student on March 19th, 2018 8:22 pm

    This is foolish; it’s a complete waste of time for those who don’t wish to participate, and the fact that it is mandatory makes it even worse. I don’t see any reason why every student needs to be dragged into this, and those who want to do utilize their time better has no choice but to waste their time doing things they don’t want to do.

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    Anissa Medina Reply:

    Hello Webb Student!

    We are glad to hear your opinion!
    Ryan Vidales, the WSC Head Exec says, “Theme Nights is supposed to bring classes together. One may choose not to participate and will receive no penalty.”

    At the Webb Canyon Chronicle, we aim to represent the students’ voices, so let us know if you would like to talk more about this topic with the WCC as your platform.

    Thank you for contributing to the conversation,

    Anissa Medina
    Assistant Editor-in-Chief

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  2. Webb Student on March 21st, 2018 8:14 am

    I love theme nights so much. It gives everyone an opportunity to do things they don’t normally get to do. There are opportunities to act, create props, choreograph, do tricks, dance, and so much more. If you want to go all out and dress in full costume every day the week you can, but if you just want to spend 5 more minutes in the morning to wear a specific color in order to support your class you can do that too. Theme Nights allows you do do things you never would get the chance to do otherwise. I’m so glad we still got to have it this year!

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  3. Ms. Lepore on March 21st, 2018 5:14 pm

    I think theme days and theme nights are a wonderful thing, what a great way to build camaraderie and have a little fun along the way. GREAT JOB all of you for building community and team spirit across campus!

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    Mr. Szanyi Reply:

    I think it’s no surprise that I would agree with Ms. Lepore. And I’ll second the GREAT JOB. Let’s continue to have student-led activities that build spirit and community across the campus! As always, let me know what I can do to help make that happen!

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