Kissing and Telling: True Badger Night

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Andrew Tsai and Ileana Brown warming up for True Badger night, which will be held on March 5. Photo by: Ashley Raymond

Andrew Tsai and Ileana Brown warming up for True Badger night, which will be held on
March 5. Photo by: Ashley Raymond

True Badger Night is a time of friendship, passion and a whole lot of lust. But let’s be honest, how many of you Snow College students are currently dating the person that you true badgered with last semester? I know that I’m not, so if you are, you’re lucky. Everyone wants someone to kiss at True Badger Night, but is it as big of a deal as we usually make it seem?
True Badger Night is one of the biggest events at Snow College and a night that most students don’t want to miss, but it is usually a night that leads to a lot of stress and confusion. Finding that right person to kiss and then finally getting the nerve to do it is one thing, but what happens after? A whole lot of kissing and telling.
Now, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t go to True Badger Night, because you definitely should. It was one of my favorite memories of last semester. I’m just preparing you for what is going to happen. Take my advice: Tip #1- If you want to go, but have no one to kiss, trust me, you’ll find someone there. #2. If you don’t want to kiss anyone, go anyway! It’s a great night to meet new people. Tip #3. Just because you True Badger with someone doesn’t mean you need to be in love. Don’t take True Badger Night too seriously.
Don’t be afraid to become a true badger and meet some new people. Attend True Badger Night on March 5!

Seirra Steele is 19 and a sophomore at Snow College. She is from Genola, UT and went to Payson High School. She wrote for her High School newspaper her senior year. She likes to write Sports and Opinion articles for The Snowdrift. During her free time she likes to rodeo and watch wrestling.

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