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Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons seniors leave lasting impression

Seniors at Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High School turned a hallway at the Schenectady school into a living room as part of their annual senior prank.
Seniors at Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons High School turned a hallway at the Schenectady school into a living room as part of their annual senior prank.
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Instead of banning senior pranks, Notre Dame-Bishop Gibbons Assistant Principal Pat Moran gave the seniors strict rules: no destruction of property, and nothing that could harm people. Then he let them go at it. It was a moment of trust, and boy, did they come through. Late Thursday night, they filled the front foyer with red plastic cups, each with a splash of water inside to keep them from toppling over. “We could tell they ...


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JIMOCONNOR
May 11, 2013
10:09 a.m.

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Times have certainly changed. As a member of BG's class of '67, our senior prank involved pilfering chlorine tablets from Bro. Jar's chem lab. Depositing them in Bro. Dumphy's tropical fish tank. Dodging Ida Nair's 'mystery meat' for hot dogs at Mike's, now Blue Ribbon, and beers at DeCrosta's. Then depositing lunch gases in fifth period classes.

Not creative, but satisfying as hell

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