After a victory against Rochester on Homecoming Night, spirits were high at Cornell’s 2017 Homecoming Dance. The dance was held in the gymnasium on Saturday, January 21. Students began arriving around 7 o’clock, clad head-to-toe in their classiest formal attire. Students were welcomed by chaperones Amy Kerr, Megan Fuga, Patricia Dahmen, and Andrea Ackley. The gymnasium was decorated courtesy of the cheerleading squad. Balloons, streamers, lights, and other goodies speckled the walls and tables. Plenty of refreshments could be found on the far side of the gym, just across from the DJ booth. Thomas Salvie was also present so students had the opportunity to take photos with each other. After a few photos and snacks, the students wasted no time getting to the dance floor. Students and chaperones alike danced like no one was watching, laughing and smiling all the while. Halfway through the night, everyone who turned out was called together for a group photo, with Homecoming Queen, Olivia Piccolo, and King, Nevin Donahue, front and center. The night went on until the dance was called to an end at 10 o’clock. Remaining students helped the chaperones get a head start on the clean up by graciously popping balloons all along the dance floor. The staff, chaperones, and organizers would like to thank all of those who shared the night together. Also, another big congratulations to the Homecoming King and Queen!
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