Black Lights, neon clothes and accessories, and blaring music. What else makes up a good dance? Garnet Valley High School hosted their first “MORP” dance on February 5th, 2016 and raised over $2,000 dollars to fund Mini-THON. They raised money for childhood cancer. Essentially, MORP was prom “backwards”. Instead of dresses and curled hair, many wore shorts, neon apparel, and brightly colored face paint. When students arrived at the school, the cafeteria was covered in glowing decorations and blasting music, all under multiple black-lights. Considering it was GV’s first MORP, a good amount of people came, although student council is hoping that more people attend in future years. All in all, the event was a success, and hopefully the high school plans events like MORP in the future.
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