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Prom 2024: A Night to Remember

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Riley Campbell
This year’s prom is seen by many to be a huge upgrade from last year’s event.

Prom is one of the most anticipated nights of the whole year for seniors and juniors. So much effort goes into finding the perfect dress or suit and all of the right accessories. This year’s Prom seemed to be a huge hit among the students.

Going into this year’s Prom, many seniors who attended last year’s Prom did not have high hopes.

“Last year I thought Prom was a little boring,” senior Natasha Kreher said. “There wasn’t much to do, so I think I stayed for less than an hour.”

The so-called unforgettable night did not quite stand out for everyone. Kreher explained how last year’s venue was awkward and very separated, which constricted the amount of dancing.

Taking this into consideration, class advisors Britta Koep and Diane Romeo looked to switch venues for this year’s Prom. Many other local schools hold their Proms at the Steelstacks in Bethlehem, which is a beautiful and popular location for all kinds of events. The only catch, the price tag.

At first, students were upset at the $140 cost of a ticket. However, many students were eventually able to overlook the expense.

“I do think it was worth it because it was so beautiful,” senior Maiya Viscel said. “There was a photo booth, good food, great spots to take pictures and even professional pictures.”

So while it was more expensive this year, many found the upgrades worth it.

Stories from Prom and rumors about crazy things that went down are always passed down onto the younger classes, so many of the juniors were nervous going to their first Prom at a brand new place.

“Obviously everyone wants their Prom night to be filled with excitement, but after hearing the seniors talk about the failure that it was last year, I didn’t know what to expect,” junior Margot Kunzmann said. “But my expectations were blown out of the water. I loved every moment, and all I can say is that the bar has been raised for next year.”

After the success of this year’s Prom, students hope that next year’s Prom night will be just as fun and exciting.

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Riley Campbell is currently a senior at Del Val and in her first year writing for "The Delphi." Riley is on the softball team and a member of other clubs such as Peer Leaders and National Honor Society. She loves to listen to music and hang out with her friends. 

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