The Filipino teen hand-painted lilies and sewed Swarovski crystals on the shimmering turquoise ballgown.
The Pflugerville Public Library issued a correction after a typo in the local paper caused confusion over an upcoming event.
A couple out celebrating their wedding anniversary rented the teens a new limo after giving them a ride to the restaurant where they'd booked a pre-prom dinner.
"A hole is in the fabric of our tightly knit community," the high school senior's superintendent said of her death.
A high schooler is “so genuinely mortified and sorry” after facing backlash for the way she asked her date to a school dance – with a poster that read “If I was black, I’d be picking cotton. The 17-year-old Seattle, Wash., student, whom Yahoo Lifestyle will not name because neither she nor her father could not be reached for comment, asked her date Ian to Issaquah High School‘s “Tolo” dance on Saturday (for which girls asked boys to attend) with the letterboard. A photo of the couple holding the poster made it to Snapchat, and ultimately school officials.
On top of being blatantly racist, it's not even an original thought, as this exact message prompted backlash last year during prom season at a number of different high schools.
"It felt amazing to be recognized for who I am — not who I am perceived to be," Georgia teen Dex Frier tells Yahoo Lifestyle
The new prom king, Edgar, was happily surprised when presented with the crown after another student "stepped down from the honor" and asked that Edgar be crowned instead.
The bag, which contained an invitation to prom and school mementos, had been missing for more than 60 years.
The photo of a large group of male students wearing suits adorned with prom corsages shows many throwing one arm straight in the air.