“Just a Kiss on Your Lips in the Moonlight”

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Corey Lucero and Taylor Pike pucker up beneath the bell tower preparing for the True Badger Night. Photo by Savannah Sloan

Corey Lucero and Taylor Pike pucker up beneath the bell tower preparing for the True Badger Night. Photo by Savannah Sloan

True Badger night is approaching! This semester’s scheduled True Badger Night is on November 18.

What is True Badger Night? True Badger Night is a tradition at Snow that is fun for freshmen and a must for sophomores before they graduate. True Badger Night is where students kiss someone at midnight under or by the bell tower. One can only become a True Badger if the moon is full. To become a real True Badger, students must kiss until the bells stop chiming.

You may be wondering, “Who will I kiss?” Some students take their significant other. Some arrange it beforehand, but many students just show up and get friendly. True Badger Night is a fun night and a title every student should strive for.

What is the best way to prepare for True Badger Night? Preparation is pretty simple. Make sure to practice normal daily hygiene like brushing and flossing teeth. This time of year, skin and lips can start to get dried out. To help your lips stay smooth and ready to kiss, try exfoliating with brown sugar and using a good moisturizing chap stick.

Most people who have become True Badgers in previous semesters have had positive experiences with great kissers. Just in case True Badger Night isn’t as great as anticipated, the Wellness Center offers counseling. Just kidding! In all seriousness, True Badger Night is memorable and fun.  Kayla Starker, a sophomore at Snow College, says that True Badger Night is “something I’ll always remember.”

If students don’t want to become a True Badger, there is usually a fun dance before midnight. There is truly something for everyone at True Badger Night. It is not something to miss! Get your True Badger on!

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