Yellow Class of 2019 Makes Its Final Mark with Traditional Senior Prank

Two students look down on a section of the science center that was decorated in yellow streamers.
May 10, 2019

For the past several years, the senior class has spent the night before the last day of classes decorating the campus with extravagant and vibrant displays of their color and spirit.

This year, the yellow class of 2019 adorned the Science Center with yellow-themed creations, such as a giant bumble bee, a banana and sparkling streamers throughout the building. Flashes of yellow were also found in other academic buildings, such as Pendleton East and Jewett, as well as individual departments.          

The class of 2019’s prank is preceded by years of creative pranks from former senior classes, including the purple class of 2018’s spaceship, the green class of 2017’s dragon, the red class of 2016’s volcano, the yellow class of 2015’s magic school bus, and the purple class of 2014’s “septopus.”

Photo: Karina Lin ’19 (right) shows Catherine Stauber ’20 (left) the Science Center beehive created by the class of 2019.