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Prom on Saturday May 2nd at St. Cloud State University

Hearing your name called, walking onto the stage where all eyes in the crowd are on you, lights beaming into your vision, along with the sound of mumbling voices and flashing cameras best describes the setting of grand march.

“I always get nervous at grand march,” said Senior Jade Kalash, “I am just afraid of tripping down the stairs, even though this is my 4th prom I still get nervous at grand march

With all the glam, and glitz that prom contains students enjoy dressing up for an evening out on the town

“I love how you get to look flawless for one night,” said Senior Alexis Leonard. “Getting to see everyone in their dresses, and seeing how different each dress is, and the different styles is really fun to see.”  

Getting the nerves to ask your date to prom can be the biggest hurdle to jump over.

img_3818-brad “I asked her right before spring break,” said Junior Taylor Krolak “My sister had brought her to a soccer game and she accidentally left her coat in the car. When I returned her coat I put a note that asked her to prom in her jacket pocket.”

In high hopes of a fun, eventful night on the town students look forward for a night to remember.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hearing your name called, walking onto the stage where all eyes in the crowd are on you, lights beaming into your vision, along with the sound of mumbling voices and flashing cameras best describes the setting of grand march.

 

“I always get nervous at grand march,” said Senior Jade Kalash, “I am just afraid of tripping down the stairs, even though this is my 4th prom I still get nervous at grand march.”

With all the glam, and glitz that prom contains students enjoy dressing up for an evening out on the town. 

 

“I love how you get to look flawless for one night,” said Senior Alexis Leonard. “Getting to see everyone in their dresses, and seeing how different each dress is, and the different styles is really fun to see.”  

 

 

 

Getting the nerves to ask your date to prom can be the biggest hurdle to jump over.

 

 

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