Senior explore the opposite side

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Senior explore the opposite side

Ali Powell and Austin Mcwhorter, seniors, show off their new looks. They enjoyed seeing each other in opposite clothes.

Ali Powell and Austin Mcwhorter, seniors, show off their new looks. They enjoyed seeing each other in opposite clothes.

Katie Morris

Ali Powell and Austin Mcwhorter, seniors, show off their new looks. They enjoyed seeing each other in opposite clothes.

Katie Morris

Katie Morris

Ali Powell and Austin Mcwhorter, seniors, show off their new looks. They enjoyed seeing each other in opposite clothes.

Katie Morris, Staff Writer

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  • Kristan Smith and Sydney Warfel, seniors, show off their inner ‘e-boy’, a boy that probably skates, has his nails painted with rings, and wears beanies. “It was pretty funny because some people didn’t even realize that it was me,” Smith said.

  • Harvey Canty and Alex Eubanks, seniors, try their best to pose like the opposite sex. They had a good time pretending for the day.

  • Trinity Adzobu, senior, channels her inner male. Adzobu enjoyed seeing everyone dressed so differently.

  • Wearing this year’s hottest fashion, Brooks Gineris, senior, heads to class before a trip to the mall. Gineris enjoyed watching all his friends switch it up.

  • Emma McGaha, senior, shows off her muscles. McGaha got most of her outfit from her boyfriend.

  • Dazia Gaulden, Nevaeh Walker, and Kylie Bilonta, seniors, strike a pose as the other gender. The group could not stop laughing while posing.

  • Deshun Lowery, senior, embraces his new look. Lowery’s wig was popular throughout the school.

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Wednesday brings Opposite Day for Ola High School seniors. This day allows seniors to step outside their comfort zone. Going to extremes, they could wear just about anything. Many seniors took the opportunity to explore the other side.

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