It might not be spring just yet, but seniors are already counting down to commencement in June.
Kicking off the 100-day countdown to graduation, senior class members gathered yesterday on the steps of Widener Library to inspire classmates with chants of "Seniors!" and "Thank God for graduation!"
This was just the first of dozens of events planned by Class of 2000 to mark the beginning of the 100-day graduation countdown.
"We're hoping to inspire class spirit," said Sienna R. Owens '00, a Currier House representative, of the seniors standing on the steps of Widener.
"We get extra excited when there's a big crowd," Owens said.
And Hector C. Bove, '00, class treasurer and a Crimson editor, said he hoped the publicity would encourage more people to join last night's celebration at the Hong Kong.
The students in front of Widener promoted class spirit and built up graduation anticipation from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Senior class members gathered at 9 p.m. last night to kick off their celebration at the Kong.
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