Prom is a complex part of American culture
It’s something I’ll never forget. I was covering a high school girls soccer match one Saturday morning. The Lady Spartans had just won in overtime to clinch the regional title. After a few brief words from coach Dave Lichamer, many of the girls grabbed their backpacks and darted to their mothers, waiting to whisk them away to hair stylists and dress shops.
Prom was the same night.
As you can probably tell from this week’s newspaper, we’re in the middle of prom season. Like most things in life, prom – which is short for promenade – means different things to different people.
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