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What Freshmen Think About Tiger Rallies


San Luis Obispo High School is starting it’s fifth week in the 2017-2018 school year, and so far there have already been two rallies. Rallies say a lot about the school’s amount of spirit and the way a school works. After going to a few rallies here at SLOHS they become a normal event in high school life, but for freshmen they’re still very new. Expressions asked freshman Diego Lopez what he thinks about the rallies here at SLOHS.

Expressions: Overall, what are your main thoughts on the two rallies we have had this year?

Freshman Diego Lopez: The rallies so far, they’ve been fun. There’s a lot of things that happen and it’s interesting.

Expressions: Do you have any idea what that horrible noise is that the speaker makes multiple times at every rally?

Lopez: No, I have no idea what it is, and I don’t know why it happens.

Expressions: What do you think of our spirit commissioners?

Lopez: They are very good at their jobs.

Expressions: Are you looking forward to the rest of the rallies to come this year?

Lopez: Yes.

Expressions: Any suggestions for changes ASB should make on future rallies?

Lopez: No, I have no suggestions they are all good.


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