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Showing the spirit: tied up in tie-dye

Nicole Poitras, A&E Editor

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Yesterday was red, white, and blue, but today HB tasted the rainbow. Tie Dye was the theme for this last day prior to the closing ceremony. Students did not disappoint; the popular pattern was visible throughout the halls as far as the eye could see, whether on shirts, pants – or, on some students, both.


As the final countdown begins, students of each class will come together this afternoon and stay well into the night rehearsing their skits, finishing their posters, and decorating their sections of the gym. Most classes plan to stay until 9:00 p.m., and the generous student council has arranged a dinner for the volunteers.


Today the freshmen came in first for Tie Dye Day. Overall, the Juniors are in first place, the Sophomores are a close second, the Freshmen are in third, and the Seniors continue to hold onto fourth place.

Tomorrow is the big day where each class will present their skit and the final winner of Spirit Week will be crowned. With so much to look forward to, the last-minute stress of tonight will all be worth it!

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About the Contributors
Nicole Poitras, Co-Editor In Chief
Senior Nicole Poitras is thrilled to be Co-Editor In Chief of the Cavalier Chronicle this year – what a dream come true! She currently interns at the Hollis Brookline Journal as their Student Correspondent. Her dream is to attend a school in either Boston or Washington, D.C. She plans to pursue journalism as a career...
Stephanie Buchanan, Staff Writer
Stephanie Buchanan is a senior this year at Hollis Brookline High School. Buchanan has a brother who graduated from Hollis Brookline in 2013, and is now living in Hartford, Connecticut becoming a mechanic. Buchanan is known for the wide variety of sports she participates in; she plays Varsity field hockey in the spring, swim team in...
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Showing the spirit: tied up in tie-dye