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Picture perfect prom locations

Shae Daugherty, Staff Writer

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Below are the top five prom picture locations for all those planning on a perfect prom evening:

You can find a set of railroad tracks just about anywhere, so this option is easily accessible. They may be commonly used among the student body for photography, but this is for good reason. They offer a more bohemian appeal and are usually overgrown with vines and flowers. The greenery offers a beautiful lighting screen, creating light patterns through the trees. Along with the foliage, there is often wood and metal beams from when they were operational, thus also appealing to an industrial theme. As for the traffic, this location is usually pretty quiet, but is predicted to get busier as prom rolls around the corner.
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Shae Daugherty, Section Editor

Junior Shae “Sha-Sha” Daugherty is often sporting a combination of a grin so wide even the joker would have to stop laughing out of respect, her infamous pair of heart-shaped sunglasses, and enthusiastic dancing (complete with spot-on lip-syncing). It is rumored that she never really leaves the newsroom, not only because she beats her adviser there, but also because she is often the last to leave. Shae’s photography phase has lasted a long time- five years.. She is delighted to work alongside the wonderful editors, but even more so to take on the responsibilities of Photo Editor. Either junior year has nothing on Sha-Sha, or she is happily oblivious to the complexity of her classes. Either way, she is planning on enjoying herself every day. She loves to make friends and hopes to touch the lives of the staffers the same way as the recent TRL alumni Nick Smith, Nicole Genrich, Katie Felton, Katie Bardwell, Hannah Ortega, and Anna Stockton. Standing at 5”10, she certainly doesn’t need heels, but she wouldn’t be caught dead without them. Let her leave you with this one piece of advice–keep your heels, head, and standards high.

 

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