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Senior Sunrise vs Senior Sunset

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Ashley Choi
Picture taken at Lambert Senior Sunrise (Ashley Choi)

In honor of their seniors, Lambert High School planned out two celebratory events to both begin and end the class of 2024’s last year: Senior Sunrise and Senior Sunset. 

The Senior Sunrise was hosted in August to start off the year, while the Senior Sunset was hosted in May to close the curtain. Senior Sunrise was held in the morning at 6 on August 11 in the stadium, while the Senior Sunset was held at the lower grass field on May 2 7:30 p.m in the lower grass field.   

 

During Senior Sunrise, seniors sat at the stadium bleachers; however, Senior Sunset encouraged students to bring their own picnic blankets and seats. 

 

“I liked Senior Sunset a little bit more,” Lambert senior Estelle Shen commented. “It was a bit more free to move around. I also think more people were there since they didn’t have to wake up early. ”

 

Beverages such as coffee and smoothies were sold at Senior Sunrise, while Crumble Cookies and Brusters ice cream were sold at Senior Sunset. 

 

“The morning drinks added something special to Senior Sunrise,” Shen said. “I wish there was a little more than ice cream and cookies for Senior Sunset. Maybe more savory snacks or drinks would have been a good idea.”

 

Both events lasted less than two hours, but seniors made up the most of this time by snapping pictures with their friends, or playing games and catching up with one another. 

 

 “Overall, I think both events were actually really nice,” Shen said. “It was nice having a place where I could take cute pics with my friends. If they do this again next year, I think there should be props or games.” 

 

With graduation right around the corner, Lambert seniors will prepare to say goodbye to their high school days. Both Senior Sunrise and Senior Sunset gave students memories they can look back on in the future. 

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