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Disney Spirit Week Day Three: Monsters University

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Silas Eyler
Freshman Bart Hernandez and Nate Greenberg pose with Sophomores Brian Wright, Ellen Winter, August Ehmann, and Ellery Ford dressed in their college merch.

On Wednesday, Feb. 7, Archie Williams’ third day of Winter Formal Spirit Week occurred, with the theme of Monsters University. ASB encouraged students to come to school wearing their favorite college merch, to tie into the “university” theme. This day followed the Disney concept for Spirit Week, which will end with Saturday’s Cinderella’s ball-themed Winter Formal. 

Students around Archie Williams wore college merch from schools they aspired to go to after high school. Freshman Nalin Lloyd wore a Stanford hoodie to school, a university he hopes to attend in the future.  

Senior Max Miller shows school spirit by wearing a college hoodie. (Silas Eyler)

“It’s a [great] college, and that’s where I’m gonna go when [I’m older,]” Nalin said. 

Nalin liked the Monsters University idea, and thought it was a relatively easy dress-up theme.  

“I like having a theme of what to wear [throughout the week],” Nalin said.

Archie Williams staff and students participate in Spirit Week, showing school spirit. (Silas Eyler)

Other students just enjoy the style that college merch brings to their daily outfits. Freshman Matias Etura-Fedrigo thought it was a fun dress-up day, because he enjoys wearing college merch.

“I feel like colleges have good logos that we should represent,” Matias said. 

This Spirit Week aims to get students excited for the upcoming Winter Formal Dance, which will take place at Peacock Gap on Saturday, Feb. 10. Students look forward to Friday’s spirit day theme, which will be based on the movie High School Musical.

Junior Leya Hermans studies and reps college merch for the university-themed spirit day. (Silas Eyler)
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Lucas Gallagher, Cub Student Voice Editor
Lucas is a sophomore, in his second year of journalism. He enjoys swimming and playing water polo for the Water Devils and Thunder Coast Aquatics. You can often find him eating a hamburger, in the water, or on the court playing basketball. He loves the writing aspect of journalism and sharing student voices at AWHS.
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