SAS Memes: Who will fill the underground void?

Saseagleposting, the notorious SAS meme page finally revealed the face of its creator in February. It turned out to be no other than senior Cal Castanos, who also announced an odd turn of form in the use of his social networking platform: he’d be making parodies of famous songs from the 80s and 90s with lyrics that reflect the current events of school, such as interim being cancelled and precautions the school’s taking because of COVID-19.

The Eye managed to get an exclusive interview with Castanos focusing on the legacy of meme pages at SAS, his inspirations, and musings on what we can expect in the future.

And that’s the big question: Can the trend continue? Are new anonymous meme pages quietly preparing for their launch with the start of a new school year?

Author: Suren

Suren Seth is a junior, and this is his first year writing for The Eye, and his third year in SAS. He is from Plano, Texas, and has been living in Singapore for 8 years. He is interested in film, cinema, and media theory. He can be contacted at seth772140@sas.edu.sg

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