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Grecian theme highlights JS Prom
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Written by Art Angelo P. Cerio   
JS 2010Dressed in their stupendous Grecian-inspired gowns and astounding coat and ties, the Juniors and Seniors had their Junior-Senior Promenade held for the second time at the Doña Dolores Convention Hall of the Villa Caceres Hotel last February 7, 2009.
 

Dubbed as “Grandeur and Glory,” the prom was organized by the committee composed of the Juniors. Their main goal is to give tribute to the graduating Seniors and at the same time a farewell celebration for them.

 

1The said occasion fired up with the Turnover Ceremonies where the Seniors bequeathed their responsibilities to the Juniors. A tribute video for the Seniors followed. The video presented the triumphs, joys, hardships that were faced by the Seniors in their four-year stay in the Ateneo. Messages by their teachers to the Seniors were also included in the tribute video.

 

It was followed by the cotillion that signalled the start of the promenade. The crowd was serenaded by the bands that performed such as Bread Pan, Salinity and others which are formed by the Ateneans themselves. There was also an awarding ceremony for the King and Queen of the Night. Joseph Del Rosario was the Adonis of the Night, Vaughn Francisco was Eros of the Night and Aldrin Nico Plantado was the King of the Night. Unfortunately for the girls, there were no winners since most of them did not follow the dress code for the prom.

 

2Generally, most of the juniors and the seniors enjoyed the promenade. “The JS Promenade is a great experience for all the participants. There might be some problems like audio defects and the serving of waiters but as a whole it is a success.” said by Ryan Pornillos, a Junior. The promenade ended with the song “So Close” by Jon Mclaughlin.

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