What You May Expect on May Day

Sarina Caltagirone, Managing Editor


  • Sunburns
  • Insects
  • Middle aged teachers in sun hats
  • The level of ultimate defeat when you can’t understand your language prayer intention and it’s your language
  • That one floppy hat
  • Several near falls whilst crowning Mary
  • Feeling shame because the student chosen to speak is clearly a much better human being than you will ever be.
  • Sky high wedges
  • Wet grass
  • Heels digging into wet grass
  • Wet socks because of wet grass
  • Sun dresses, short dresses, floral dresses, over the shoulder dresses, that one all black dress from someone who hates spring
  • Allergies acting up
  • 1 bouquet of flowers turned into 12 single flowers for the forgetful seniors
  • The free-for-all seating for underclassmen – “dónde están mis amigas?”
  • Seniors who wear pants–fight the power, sisters.
  • French vs. Spanish Hail Mary’s – participation grade por favor/s’il vous plaît?
  • “How do I get to the bathroom from here?”