Long awaited benches are revealed after break

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Long awaited benches are revealed after break

Six regular benches and two longer benches were added to the commons over spring break.

Six regular benches and two longer benches were added to the commons over spring break.

Jessica Sonsiadek

Six regular benches and two longer benches were added to the commons over spring break.

Jessica Sonsiadek

Jessica Sonsiadek

Six regular benches and two longer benches were added to the commons over spring break.

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The wait is over! New benches have hailed our beloved commons, replacing the small, plastic ones that once occupied the space and filling the void of the “Senior Bench.”

“They (still) don’t fit as many people,” said senior Sierra Laviolette.

Junior Alek Rigney said, “I think they look like outdoor benches.”

Jessica Sonsiadek
The previous plastic benches were moved to the courtyard.

Senior William Ross said, “I like the old (carpeted) benches because these don’t look aesthetically pleasing to the eye.”

“I think these benches are better (than the carpeted ones) because they won’t get stains and all moldy,” said senior Anthony Mako.

“They could have gone for something more comfortable rather than metal bars,” said senior Daniel Bahena, “They’re too small.”

“I’m impartial; they’re just benches,” said junior Brianna Dewey.

Senior Matthew Roach said, “I didn’t know we had a bus stop in the commons. They look like bus stop benches!”

“They don’t fit the school environment (look),” said senior Sarah Manning.

“They work, but they’re uncomfortable. They’re (also) too big,” said senior William Akanbi.

“I like that we have some (benches) so we don’t have to sit on the floor,” said junior Arianna Winchell, “and they’re a decent size.”

“I like how they have a sin and cosine wave on them,” said science teacher Andrew Timm jokingly.