Although the neon dance party has only been a NDP event for the past four years, it is becoming one of the student body’s favorite traditions.
Students get a 30-minute paint war on the practice field followed by a dance in the dark with neon lights. This year’s dance took place on April 22, and it occurs every spring.
Senior Kelly Lotzar, pictured at the bottom, said, “I really like attacking people I don’t know with paint. It makes it fun because they can’t get mad at you. Also, it’s just fun to dance around with your friends and have a good time. I love that it’s such a casual dance.”