Stuco coordinates dress drive


By Josh Christensen

(Video provided by Project 150)

Student Council is collecting donations to help low-income students, who might otherwise miss out, have the wonderful high school prom experience. They will accept donations in room 503 until Wednesday, March 14. Students will receive the donations on Saturday, March 17 at the Zappos campus.

“The prom drive helps the big prom closet that Zappos and Project 150 host each year for students who may not be able to afford formal wear,” senior Darlyn Magana, event coordinator, said. “They can come and pick out a dress or a suit for their big night.”

Student council is teaming up with Project 150, Zappos, and Las Vegas Prom Closet to make the event happen. As an incentive for donating, they will give out raffle tickets to win a $100 Visa gift card. Students are encouraged to donate new or gently used prom or formal dresses, suits, shoes, ties, purses, makeup and styling products, gift certificates, or accessories.

“I did this project with another stuco member last year, and we saw the impact that it made for these kids,” Mangana said. “We decided to do a year two for it because we loved what Zappos and Project 150 have done and the impact they continue to make in our community for our teens.”


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Joshua Christensen, of the class of 2020, is the co-online editor the staff. He is native to Utah but has also lived in Iowa. He loves to write news and sports pieces, but he also writes for the opinion and features sections. This year he will manage the website and hopes to avoid a catastrophic systems failure. His favorite food is pizza and chow mein noodles. He hopes to get a degree in Computer Science from BYU. His goal in life is to be successful, move to Utah, travel, and create an award-winning app.