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StuGo’s homecoming carnival


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Every year in the week of homecoming,  StuGo creates the school carnival. The carnivals attracts multiple students with its variety of food trucks, games, and even a haunted house. Many thanks are given to StuGo for creating and managing the carnival, yet most students don’t fail to grasp all the sweat and effort the carnival process can be.

On September 14th, the carnival was once again, become a great success. One of the attractions that StuGo set up was its food. Outside of the Robotics club funded Ramen, the cafeteria was filled with multiple food stands that gave out free food when the entrance fee was paid. To ensure misuse of free food, StuGo handed out a stamp slip with all the names of the restaurant.

Outside of the food stands, StuGo assigned multiple clubs to put out their own stand to collect tickets. These stands put out mini games and small competitions to those who paid with tickets. Students part of their respected clubs were in charge of their stands and all of them were eager to collect tickets.

It takes a lot of work to create a carnival. Yet with StuGo and the the help of clubs, it was made possible. It’s surely is something to participate.

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StuGo’s homecoming carnival