By Anna Howard
September 16, 2017
Senior superlatives are supposed to represent the best of the best, but every year, we see the most of the same. Going into the 2017-2018 votes, much of our senior class easily and accurately anticipated who would be voted kindest and cutest. For a diverse class of over 400 students, there are plenty of popular people voted in. By missing the opportunity to branch out and seek relationships with our peers, we are missing out on an educational cultural experience and do injustice to students who do not speak English as a first language or may not follow popular norms or trends. Not only that, but we do not properly portray our senior class. Here lies the an alternative superlatives list for the class of 2018.