This is the shot Schenectady High School student Draven Rodriguez is petitioning to be used as his senior yearbook photo. School authorities agreed the photo could appear in the yearbook, just not as his senior photo. Apparently because its Sears Portrait Studio awesomeness would break up the monotony of all the other boring senior photos. Show More Summary
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A petition for Draven Rodriguez’s one-of-a-kind yearbook photo has not only reached its signature goal, supporters of his online petition to include his feline friend and lasers helped the high school senior smash it. The Schenectady...Show More Summary
Draven Rodriguez is a 16-year-old student at Schenectady High School in New York who just so happens to love cats. So great is Draven's adoration for the feline form that he decided to pose for his yearbook senior photo with his cat, Mr. Show More Summary
Post by Jodi Meltzer. A senior portrait featuring a dapper young man, his purrfectly content cat, and pink-and-blue-straight-out-of-the-80s laser background. What's so wrong with that? According to Schenectady High School in New York, the answer is... Show More Summary
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Draven Rodriguez, a senior at Schenectady High School in upstate New York, doesn't ask for much in life. But he's had one simple dream since last year: he wants his yearbook photo to be the following professional picture, snapped of him and his cat, Mr. Show More Summary
High school senior Draven Rodriguez wants to be remembered in his yearbook -- really remembered -- and has the perfect plan to do so: add a cat and multiple lasers into his senior portrait.
Draven Rodriguez, a student at Schenectady High School in New York, has created a petition for his school to let him use a laser cat photo as his senior portrait in the yearbook. The photo, taken by photographer Vincent Giordano of Trinacria Photography, features Rodriguez holding a cat, complete with a looming cat face and lasers in the background. Show More Summary
In 1999, my senior year of high school, four of my friends were shot to death and another died in a car accident in front of my apartment complex. Personally, I was facing a DUI and three other charges and the possibility of jail time. On...Show More Summary
This was all the cat's idea. Out there, in the wilds of Schenectady, there is a kid who is fighting the good fight: the agonizing oppression of the student yearbook. Every year, kids are forced to take the same pained pose, a slight tilt in the head, a faraway gaze, a cloudy blue background. Show More Summary
Look in your old high school yearbook. You find a sea of faces staring at you, indistinguishable from one another. That's not going to happen to Draven Rodriguez. The Schenectady High School senior wanted to do something better with his senior photo. Show More Summary
It's a photo the Revenge of the Nerds might give him a swirly for. But pink and blue lasers and a snuggly cat are exactly how this 16-year-old upstate New York student wants his classmates to remember him by.
Why, oh, why would any high school think of denying what is quite possibly the most epic yearbook photo ever? Upstate New York's Schenectady High School senior Draven Rodriguez took to iPetitions in an effort to get support for his one-of-a-kind portrait to be included in the school's 2015 yearbook. Show More Summary
Draven Rodriguez, a student at Schenectady High School in upstate New York, has a dream for his senior yearbook: that it will include this professional photo of him and his cat, Mr. Bigglesworth, and lasers. "I'm not trying to make any statement," Rodriguez told The Daily Gazette, "other than my photo is ridiculous and this is how I am." Read more...
Schenectady High school senior Draven Rodriguez is a humble teen with a single humble request: to feature as his yearbook senior portrait a photo of him cuddling a big, fluffy cat in front of a laser background. Let's help him. Read more...
Three years ago, Marcus Mariota entered his senior season at St. Louis High School in Honolulu, Hawaii with little fanfare in recruiting circles. Of course, the current Oregon Ducks star quarterback is the current poster boy of college football. Show More Summary
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As a high school senior, Vaughan Thorpe stole a pair of Gucci loafers and was convicted of robbery, trading his prom and high school graduation for a prison sentence. Thorpe was a good kid, working to support his family and excelling in school, but his terrible choice derailed everything. Show More Summary