Kids gathered on campus Sunday for an early easter egg hunt. Photos by Jeff Braccia.
The first to shave his head was junior soccer athlete Kienan Weekes. Weekes was visibly excited. He looked more ready than ever to sacrifice all those hair follicles.
Kris Reaves, junior soccer player, seemed nervous and reluctant to shave his head. However, the team cheered encouragements the entire time.
Matt LeProwse, freshman soccer player, was really excited to get his head shaved by his teammate Paul Christensen, junior. LeProwse stayed positive throughout the process. He also encouraged students walking by the event to shave their heads.
Erik Edwardson, junior soccer player, was all smiles during his head shaving. It's hard to imagine anyone looking more serene whilst losing all of their locks, but Edwardson looked pretty content with his newfound baldness.
Reid Baez, sophomore soccer player, looked apprehensive when getting his head shaved by teammate Paul Christensen. Christensen ended up shaving Baez' hair into a hair crown, similar to the flower crowns you might see at Coachella. Baez didn't don the crown for long, though. It was a shame; it would have been a great look for a summer music festival.
Brother Thomas, advisor for the men’s soccer team, didn’t waste a second hopping into the seat to get his head shaved. He was proud that so many of his soccer players joined to shave their heads for a good cause. He was smiling the entire time.
Jabari Newton, sophomore soccer player, seemed eager to shave his head. During the process, his huge smile was replaced with a shocked expression. His teammates surrounded him and took pictures. After seeing himself, he jokingly told his teammates that he will never go out again and instead focus on his academics.