True Badger Night

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Snow College Bell Tower.  Courtesy of

Snow College Bell Tower. Courtesy of

Many colleges across the nation have some form of rite of passage involving kissing, and Snow College’s version is True Badger Night.

Once per semester, on the night of a full moon, Snow puts on a dance, and then shortly before midnight, the fun begins.

Those lucky enough to bring a date gather outside near the bell tower, waiting for the clock to strike twelve midnight. For those that aren’t luck enough to find a date, don’t worry, show up in red and find someone else in the matching color.

When the clock strikes, if you and your date can maintain a kiss for all twelve chimes of the bell, you are both deemed ‘True Badgers’. This semester’s True Badger Night is September 8t, so be sure to plan accordingly!  For those who go, it will truly be a night to remember, so find a date, and come to the dance next Wednesday night!

Trevin Conder is 21 years old and writes for the Snowdrift. He graduated from Hillcrest High School in 2012. He is a sophomore at Snow College and plans on majoring in Communications and wants to go into Film. He is big fan of Doctor Who and has started the club “The CSI Ephraim”. He is oldest of three children in his family. He currently lives in Ephraim, UT.

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