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  • Sierra Murphy '25

Mother-Daughter Dance

Have you been to Outside Lands? It is one of the most popular music festivals in San Francisco where people gather together, have fun, and dress up in unique outfits. This is why “Wildcat-Lands” made such a great theme for this year’s SI Mother- Daughter dance.

This fun event took place in the commons and had various food bars serving fish tacos, tortellini, pizza, salad, and more. No meat was served because the dance took place on a Friday during Lent. Fun activities filled the Commons, such as a permanent jewelry station, a henna tattoo station, and a photo booth.

“The Mother-Daughter dance was such a fun night filled with amazing foods and lots of dancing,” said sophomore Bridget Stecher; she described the dance’s lively atmosphere. DJ Hightop returned to SI and had the crowd going wild, leading moms and daughters to fill the dance floor and sing along to their favorite songs.

At the end of the dance everyone made an arch with their hands for seniors and their moms to run through. “This dance is such a special tradition at SI,” said Bridget as she explained how everyone was able to come together as a community, let loose, and have fun. The Mother Daughter dance was another successful night at SI.

Sierra Murphy '25 is a Vol. 71 Contributing Editor

Reflections on Club Growth

Budding Penships Kate Quach '25 "Budding Penships had such a successful and meaningful year, from our penpal outreach to senior homes across California to our second annual Words of Wisdom welcome car


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