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Tri-M Fall Fest

Northside hosted its annual Tri-M Fall Festival on November 14. This festival is a celebration of music and community. As the music department’s first function of the year, it is a major fundraising event. This year it was estimated they made five times the amount spent.

 

Photo Credits: Bella Gainey (Adv. 508)

This year’s main event was a performance by the students in the modern band class. They played a variety of songs. The songs performed included Better Than Me by The Brobecks, The Hell Song by Sum 41, and Ode to Viceroy by Mac DeMarco.

Preparation for the festival began in September. With the cafeteria packed with supporters, it was clear their dedication had paid off.

Modern band member Daniel Nguyen (Adv. 602) said, “At first, Fall Fest was pretty nerve wracking, but in the end I honestly had so much fun performing with and for my friends.” Daniel’s favorite piece to play was Better Than Me by The Brobecks.

The Tri-M Fall Fest took a lot of work but it was an extremely successful event. Chloe Lawson (Adv. 506) notes, “We started setting up at two and I didn’t leave the building until seven.” They were involved in setting up decorations and all of the equipment in the back. Other members and volunteers took on various tasks that included selling concessions and working the front door.

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Sophia Askuvich, Staff Writer (Sports)
Sophia is a junior at Northside College Prep. She enjoys athletics and plays flag football, basketball, and softball for the school. She is co-president of the Northside Hibbard Tutoring Club, co-president of Northside Humane Society, and a member of Jewish Student Connection and Women In Sports. She cares about the environment and chooses to not eat meat #vegetarian. Sophia is very excited to be part of the HoofBeat!