Our True Color: Pink

Translated by Karla Santoyo- Editor-In Chief, Rachel Hernando, Camilo Bacca, Orestes Gonzalez, Bryce Scanlon-Photographers

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On Oct. 17th, the color pink stood out among the crowd as expected. For three consecutive years, the highly anticipated Pink Pep Rally, where students have the opportunity to demonstrate their most fascinating pink spirit and support our football team.

“All donations go towards Breast Cancer awareness,” Student Activities Advisor Ms. Suarez said.

October is the month selected nationally to raise awareness about breast cancer. The Susan G. Komen Foundation is an organization dedicated to raising funds to help women who suffer from the horrifying illness. Although many know of its existence, people often forget to take the necessary steps to detect it in its early stages. Therefore, it is vital to raise one’s voice high enough for all those who need support to find it in due time.

Tickets for the rally were all sold out – something that had not happened with any other pep rally this yearOur Cavaliers could not be more excitedThe Gablettes, CheerleadersS.W.A. (Sistas with Attitudeand our orchestra added a magical touch of passion and glamor to the event.

“My favorite part was when the football team went on stage, it made me proud to be a Cavalier, but most importantly knowing that each the funds raised toward the pep rally would be saving lives,” junior Julia Benitan said.

Our Cav Man and his fabulous dances inspired the crowd. Dressed in pink and with music between its veins, each class roared when it was called.

Coach Pollard, never failing to disappoint, gave a speech full of nothing but motivating words. The crowd were convinced that they could not fail to be at Curtis Park to support their team against the Miami High Stingrays at Districts.

The Pink Pep Rally once again showed that fellow Cavaliers can work together to make a difference: supporting and bringing awareness to Breast Cancer.