I just want to say that the Judson College Freshman Class of 2010-2011 is the bomb.
Tomorrow night is Pageant, one of the biggest traditions here at Judson. It is an annual play, put on by the junior-soph class for their Big Sister class. The theme is meant to be kept a secret. The junior-soph class has been working endlessly to perfect their one night to shine, while the seniors have been trying to break in night after night to ruin the surprise element of this annual event. Simply because that's how it goes.
This is where we the freshmen come into the picture.
We stand together to defend the cause of secretiveness.
We protect the hard-work of our soon-to-be Big Sisters.
And at 7:00 pm, we will finally be able to see the program that we have helped hide for so long!
Today at lunch, each class performed a parody about their part in this timeless tradition. My roommate, Whitney, is the Freshmen Class Song Leader, and she personally rewrote the words to Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'." Staci, Rebecca, Riley and I choreographed it, and danced while the rest of our awesome groups sang.
We brought the house down.
Here are the words; pictures/videos (hopefully) to come soon!
On Pageant Practice Night
We thought we'd had it easy
Until some Junior-Soph told the secret.
Then we heard a noise
Coming from the attic
Calling security to unlock these doors.
We looked in every room
From top to bottom -
For a moment we thought they'd left
We searched on and on and on and on.
Seniors running across Tucker's stage
Us guards searching in the night.
Nerf guns, duct tape, and also water guns!
Seniors ran and hid in the night.
We work hard to find them all
But then we let Laney slip by!
Brittany squeals to block it off,
Not to ruin these songs.
Some will win, some will lose,
Some will just cry to their rooms.
I hope this night will never end,
It goes on and on and on and on.
Won't stop searching!
We will always find you!
We will always dominate!