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Blast from the past: girls ask guys back in time

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Blast from the past: girls ask guys back in time

Everet Slaughenhaupt, Managing Editor

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Time-traveling back to 2009, 10 years ago, MORP couples pose together, smiling, as recorded by former newspaper staff members Taylor Meyers and Ember Patterson. From top left to bottom right, couples Bennett Pickar and Shila Branch, Josue Cruz and Megan Monson,  Cory Dyer and Kelsey Nelson and Garrett Kyne and Brianna Bedan embrace each another, grinning in traditional matching T-shirts.

Taking a step back 15 years ago to 2004, former students Amanda Deifik, John Price, Emily Griffith and Tiffany Jay give a brief explanation of their plans for MORP and why they have those plans. Senior Deifik said that she was going to a Switchfoot concert instead of MORP while Jay said that it would be a “good time” and it was her “last casual dance and last MORP.” Junior Griffith said she planned to go, saying that it is “a bunch of fun, and there’s only a couple times you get to see all your friends in the same room.” Price, a freshman, said, “I’m going. I have a date and I’m happy.”

Going back to 1978, 40 years ago, girls asked guys to the Sadie Hawkins dance. Students dressed up in an assortment of country gear, Troy Hause and Ines Rauen as Little Abner and Daisey Mae.

About the Writer
Everet Slaughenhaupt, Managing Editor
Everet Slaughenhaupt accidentally joined newspaper his second semester freshmen year and never left. Now serving as Managing Editor for Red Ink, Everet writes Jurassic Ink, podcasts with fellow staff member Grace Smith, and attempts to keep all of the camera equipment organized. Although Everet loves writing, he also really enjoys the graphic design,  layout, and photography aspects of newspaper. Besides writing Jurassic Ink and podcasting, Everet covers whatever he gets told to when no one else wants to cover it, and is usually initially assigned to take pictures of dances against his will. When not carrying out any of the aforementioned tasks, Everet can be found reading the Bible or doing devotions, writing, getting yelled at by his editor-in-chief Sydney Booth, working on his book project, or assisting his friend in his professional endeavors.
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