Change the Olympics Dress Code
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A long standing tradition. For many years, students and faculty alike have been inspired by the annual school-wide Olympic Games. It is a time of unity, fun, and celebration in the school where all can participate in incredible activities. One of these includes the customizing of shirts, done by people within every grade to make their personal uniform a little more unique. Cutting these shirts is a part of the tradition and excitement that is the Olympics. This makes each uniform unique. In addition, when the entire school is packed into the main gymnasium, it gets very hot, and cutting the shirts helps control the heat. Unfortunately, this year, the student body has been informed that we are not allowed to cut our shirts. As we are often reminded, our voice matters, and this is our voice. Cutting our shirts to different lengths, widths, and heights, within reason is a tradition and a right. This is an essential part of the Olympics, and a demand of the student body.
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