I will most definitely never forget the night of my first Yule Ball. Yes, that is what you think it is- Yule Ball is a new annual event on Swat's campus named and modeled after the holiday festivities in the Harry Potter series. While this may sound dorky, I must state in my own defense that I was highly skeptical as well, not being a crazy Harry Potter fan myself unlike most other students here. Still, when I was convinced by my friends to attend, it was well worth it! Having settled so long for a life in sweats and eating pizza, it was so refreshing to be surrounded by my peers in their holiday finest, eating gourmet Potter-themed treats and all dancing under the same roof! The Sharples Dining Hall was so well decorated with "floating candles", fog, and chandeliers that I didn't even care that we were there. Besides the good food and good company, the night was perfected by a pretty good live band and good DJ. Although this is my first year and I have many Swat traditions yet to experience, this was one unforgettable night that I will always associate with Swattie life.
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