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"l think it's time for lunch, Claude.
You've been watching too much
MTV." After lunch we tried to find
something else to do, but we ended
up in front of the television again.
"We shouldn't sit in front of the
television all day," Amy argued.
"Do you have a better sugges-
Oingo Boingo stopped the argu-
ment. They were saying something
about "Weird Science." "Do you
think the chemistry lab will be the
same after us?"
Amy snickered. "We certainly
tested out the alarm system. Seri-
ously, lite is full of acids and bases."
"Get this girl on Saturday Night
Live." l heard the strains of Queen's
"We are the Champions."
"Not yet," I corrected.
Amy, the optimist, said, "Maybe
"What, they had to wait for Hal-
"Even if our football team doesn't
win every game, we do have a lot of
champions at Spring Valley.
"Agreed, What might be even
more important is how Spring Valley
prepares us for the "world of pain"
Billy Joel keeps singing about,"
"lt's getting late, Claude. Maybe
we ought to turn off the TV and do
l was about to do so when Amy
said "Waitl" She had heard the
rasping strains of Edge's guitar, the
introduction to U2's "Pride tin the
Name of Lovejf' We watched in si-
lence. We remembered the night,
April 29, of our junior year. We had
waited months to see the band in
concert in Atlanta. The temptations
not to do our homework and not go
to school that day because of our
excitement had been terrible. But
we had realized, our school had
taught us, that having fun has to be
balanced with hard work. We hadn't
neglected our work. During the con-
cert, Bono had sung "Give Peace a
Chance." Amy and l had given our
school a chance and that risk had
paid off. We were the seniors. We
were the next to go out on our own.
The video ended and we turned
oft the set.
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into their last float.
Practice makes perfect, as dem-
onstrated by junior John Frick on
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Disappomted about t 6 re' ' senior
Homecoming float compemlon' the
time and effort that the seniors DUT
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have to spend a
lot of their time on
these subjects. in
addition there are
jobs, clubs, and
sports that take
up a lot of stu-
Underoiassman Min Kang takes time out to study.
Staff member oi the VikinQ Shield Senior Mau
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Juniors Pat Dawson and Margaret Smith and sophomore April Wagner
take time out to eat lunch and gossip on the back porch,
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