What song sums up your high school experience, and why?

Bryce Lindstrom: “Don’t Blink” by Kenny Chesney along with photograph by Nickelback.

Sarah Kocol: “Summer of 69” by Bryan Adams.

Taylor Fenstermaker: “Happy Working Song” by Amy Adams because it finds fun in tedious and boring tasks; making the best of it. 

Samantha Goodwill: “We’re All in this Together” from High School Musical.

Logan Joncas: “Life is a Highway” by the Rascal Flatts because of all the ups and downs.

Rosemary Molthan: “Campus” by Vampire Weekend or “American Idiot” by Green Day. 

Christin Rastetter: “Animal I have Become” by Three Days Grace because high school is a drag.

Chloe Anthony: “Waves” by Dean Lewis

Damion Kelly: “Wild and Free” by Wiz Khalifa 

Austin Fenstermaker: “Learn to Fly” by the Foo Fighters because I am learning to go out on my own. 

Rachel Brady: “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” by Soulja Boy because it got me through it. 

Kendall Keener: “Back in the Day” by Mac Miller because it’s about succeeding even though people party on my downfall. 

Abigail Sell: “How Did You Love” by Shinedown, no matter how much we pray, help, or judge one another, one thing that will not crumble or pass away is the kindness and love you show others. 

Diana Piscitelli: “How to Save a Life” by The Fray.  

Austin Benninger: Alternative and country music. 

Lexi Frisina: “Photograph” by Nickelback, I know I will always look back at pictures of memories I made in high school.

Sierra Geer: “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” by My Chemical Romance for freshman and sophomore years because I was edgy, but “Way Less Sad” by AJR for junior and senior years because I’m finally my own person.

Jade McElravy: “Limitless” by Diamond Dixie

Nate Davies: The COVID-19 song because…well…

Alexis Hasbrouck: “Breathe” by Jonny Diaz because I feel like some days were crazy, but all you have to do is just breath and give it to Jesus.

Amanda Gjertsen: “Good Riddance” by Green Day.

Abigail Fralick: “Live While We’re Young” by OneDirection, who doesn’t love a good 1D song and I’m too scared to grow up, so I’m enjoying these days.

Jade Beebe: “Fifteen” by T-Swift