Spirit Week Continues: Students dress in “meme” themed clothing, rehearse spirit rally

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Spirit Week Continues: Students dress in “meme” themed clothing, rehearse spirit rally

Michael Eng (10) stands with Irene Yuan (9) and Anna Vazhaeparambil (10) to his right and Arya Maheshwari (10) and Sara Yen (10) to his left.

Michael Eng (10) stands with Irene Yuan (9) and Anna Vazhaeparambil (10) to his right and Arya Maheshwari (10) and Sara Yen (10) to his left.

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Michael Eng (10) stands with Irene Yuan (9) and Anna Vazhaeparambil (10) to his right and Arya Maheshwari (10) and Sara Yen (10) to his left.

Irina Malyugina

Irina Malyugina

Michael Eng (10) stands with Irene Yuan (9) and Anna Vazhaeparambil (10) to his right and Arya Maheshwari (10) and Sara Yen (10) to his left.

by Nicole Chen and Eric Fang

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In the second to last day of spirit week, students dressed in “meme” themed clothing today.

Some popular costumes included foam mannequin heads under their hoodies, an allusion to the Mannequin Head Meme, and bright orange shirts, a reference to sophomore Michael Eng’s brightly colored orange shirts.

Other students and teachers’ outfits referenced memes including Stephen Crowder’s “Change my Mind,” Road Work Ahead and Scooby Doo.

In the Athletics Center, some students participated in a spirit rally rehearsal during lunch in preparation for the spirit rally tomorrow morning.