Pod Save the ‘Bury is a new podcast that offers an insight into student interactions hosted by four Salisbury Seniors, Justin Burkhardt, Brett Minnick, Patrick To, and Zachary Peace. Various censored discussions of in school topics and out of school activities create the basis for an off the wall conversation from these four with occasional guest hosts.
Pod Save the ‘Bury is a new podcast that offers an insight into student interactions hosted by four […]
In the opening edition of Pod Save the ‘Bury, Brett Zach Justin and Patrick discuss the pressure of […]
By Brett Minnick
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With every year’s homecoming pep rally brings out the ever renowned Falcon Cup. A small silver cup, it is presented to the class that wins in the spirit competition held throughout the year. Much of the point totals come from events like the Man Dance, Pie Eating, Spirit Judging and Gym Decorating at the Pep Rally. Other events include the food drive and annual powder puff game. At the end of the year the totals are added up and the Falcon Cup winner is announced at next year’s homecoming pep rally. The Class of 2019 won last year’s competition, but it doesn’t mean a whole lot. The cup is wheeled out for the rally, then put away and not seen again until next year. Given the idea itself is just a little novelty, it could mean so much more for a small school to participate in spirit activities. If there was any reward, or reason to try to win the falcon cup, its purpose would be clear for students.