Seniors reflect on their last Club Grub Day


Claire Chang

A s the lunch bell rings out across the campus, a flood of students — hungry and filled with excitement — rush towards the blacktop and join the crowd already amassing. There’s a frenzy as students try their best to find their favorite foods, and long lines form behind the the usual options: boba, pizza and ice cream.

Club Grub Day on April 21 marked the second and last food-selling extravaganza of the school year for MVHS’ many clubs. For some, it meant just hanging out with friends, supporting the schools’ clubs and waiting in anticipation for next years’ selection of food. But for the seniors, this Club Grub Day was their last. Look below to find out what some seniors’ last Club Grub Day meant to them.