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Promposals sweep social media and girls off their feet

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Swimming together for years, Alex Houston gathers his courage and asks fellow swimmer Maddie Carroll to prom. Knowing she loves the iconic Goldfish cracker, he created a sign specific for her. Excitedly, she says of course.

Swimming together for years, Alex Houston gathers his courage and asks fellow swimmer Maddie Carroll to prom. Knowing she loves the iconic Goldfish cracker, he created a sign specific for her. Excitedly, she says of course.

Callan Garner

Callan Garner

Swimming together for years, Alex Houston gathers his courage and asks fellow swimmer Maddie Carroll to prom. Knowing she loves the iconic Goldfish cracker, he created a sign specific for her. Excitedly, she says of course.

Callan Garner, Staff Writer

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Swimming together for years, Alex Houston gathers his courage and asks fellow swimmer Maddie Carroll to prom. Knowing she loves the iconic Goldfish cracker, he created a sign specific for her. Excitedly, she says of course.

As prom season rounds the corner, students gather up their confidence and ask someone of importance to the time honored tradition of prom. Whether it be just a friend or someone more, students work to think of a way to ask someone to this dance. Whether it be a poster with chocolate or a platter of chicken wings, each way is specialized and thought of as a long-lasting memory.

Specializing their way of asking to fit the person’s individual appeal, students cry out with joy when they realize that they are about to create a lifelong memory.

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Callan Garner, Social Media manager

Callan Garner is a staff writer for the Stampede newspaper. Being in the class for two years now, journalism has allowed her to realize that everyone has a story they want to tell. Wanting to go forward in journalism through the path of cultural anthropology, she aspires to travel the world, immersing herself within the lives of others that are so utterly different.

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