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2017 in Five Words

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2017 in Five Words

Students were asked to  express what this year meant to them using only five words.

Students were asked to express what this year meant to them using only five words.

Bergen Romness

Students were asked to express what this year meant to them using only five words.

Bergen Romness

Bergen Romness

Students were asked to express what this year meant to them using only five words.

Nick Warnement, Sentry Staff Reporter

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Just as every year, 2017 was filled with ups and downs for everyone. A lot of things happened this year that will continue to affect what goes on in the world for many years to come. Students were asked to stop and think about this past year, and express what it really meant to them… using only five words.

“Shrek 5 is coming 2019.” – junior Neil Carroll

“Lemme get a McPick two.” – junior Dylan Duhamel

“I accomplished lots of goals.” – senior Garrett Lusk

“I only need four words.” – junior Nathan Strickland

“I’m glad it is ending.” – junior Cloe Ploessl

“I had a good time.” – junior Macy Monticello

“Get rich or die trying.” – senior Carson Wood

“Let’s get weird, my man.” – sophomore Luke Helfgott

“Bad, but better than 2016.” – junior Colin Martinez

“Not my year at all.” – sophomore Bennett Curtis

“It was fun and exciting.” – sophomore Ali Strazzella

“It was a big mess.” – freshman Amelia Hawkins

“Stressful, fun, busy, dramatic, exciting.” – senior Grace Allen

“Can’t wait for second semester.” – senior Nick Pasternak

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