Seniors prank juniors for final goodbye


Ashley Burkett

This year the traditional senior prank took the form of covering some juniors’ cars in mustard, ketchup, vinegar and flour. The combination left a big sticky mess on the car windows, rendering them unfit to drive.

“I thought that the senior prank was pretty brutal this year, but we were all kind of expecting it so I cant say I was surprised,” said Brigid Neary (11).

Though the prank was a hassle, it only affected about 10-15 juniors. Other seniors didn’t agree with the decision to prank just the juniors. “I think it would’ve been better if we pranked the entire school as a whole, not just a couple juniors,” said Sarah Rohleder (12).