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Front Page
One act plays Games to advance to state competition
Student spookiness provides for ghoulish good times
News
Engineering job push prompts program
WKCE evolves into more intensive assessment
Smaller learning community applied in classes
Paraprofessionals lose in bid for benefits
Bienvenidos! New Diego and O’Neil inductees
Restructuring reinvents StuCo
Band ensembles grow
Entrepreneurial spirit harnessed
Features
Future entrepreneurs blow through Windy City on financial endeavor
New teachers, part three: The final chapter unfolds at last!
Homeroom restructuring spells temporary demise for Project West
Trees for Tomorrow teaches skills for today
Tuscan Tundra staff sanctuary opens to unanimous acclaim
Seussical performance proves to be a can’t miss
Sports
Soccer zealots dodge flakes, risk rashes to hone skills
Wildcats look to stay on prowl in hunt for state gold ball
Wagner, Fahrney put fitness to test in Chicago marathon
Boe looks for perfect blend of chemistry as ‘Cats reload
In Depth
Building the perfect body image one ruined life at a time
Entertainment
Microsoft casts console carnage in a 360 degree revolution
Ewok troops form ranks as Battlefront sequel strikes back
Reflection on history resonates in paradoxical present through Jarhead
Zombies flee Land of the Dead in search of better dialogue
Saw II offers twice the gore, with only half the originality
Fire Emblem burns through potential faults in console leap
All That I Am hardly all that he was... Santana fades away
Opinion
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