Homecoming: The Do’s and Do Not’s

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Whether you’re a freshman looking forward to your first homecoming experience, or you’re a senior trying to make your last homecoming the best ever, there are always certain things you should try to do or try to avoid during the homecoming weekend. Here, I have the honor of bringing you a comprehensive list of all the Do’s and Do not’s based upon the opinions of faculty and students.

Ben Sanford – Do dance. Don’t dance the way you want to dance.
Father Philip – Do make your own mum. Don’t comment on how much your date eats at
dinner.
Davis Jackson – Do dress according to the Spence code. Don’t button the bottom button.
Jose Alonzo – Do be a gentleman, bring flowers, and relax. Don’t ditch your date, stress, or take
the hottest girl. Take someone you can have fun with.
Srta. Kennedy – Do dance like crazy shake ya booty. Don’t insult your date.
Kyle Blessing – Do talk to her. Don’t play cards the whole time.
Preston Barron – Do offer to help carry anything. Don’t be on your phone.
Father Paul – Do have fun. Don’t be bad.
Mr. Parker – Do request 80’s music. Don’t ask your friend’s girlfriend (also don’t wear a
burgundy tuxedo).
Father Lawrence – Do go. Don’t take the dance for granted.
Jake Fitzgerald – Do attend the homecoming work days. Don’t ask your date over text.
Mr. Joseph – Do take a picture with Father Gregory. Don’t ditch your date for your friends.
Anonymous – Don’t spill Alfredo sauce on your date’s dress.
Joel Kattady – Do memorize a list of puns before going. Don’t reference memes every 5
minutes.
Peter Novinski – Do ask someone you know. Don’t ask the girl with the least clothes.
Mr. Graham – Do watch the game at some point. Don’t neglect your date.
Jimmy Garda – Do have good time. Don’t have too much of a good time. 😉
Charles Treadway – Do make your date feel welcomed. Don’t kill her dog.
Father Stephen (and Alex Smith) – Do dance and smile. Don’t think you’ll spend the whole
time with your date.

And finally, a final recommendation from me, the honorary freshman. Do wear a bow-tie. Don’t
wait until the last minute to write an article about homecoming. Hope you all have a wonderful
homecoming, and I’ll see you there!

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