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October 13, 2017

Girls Volleyball to Host Charity Match Tonight

Girls Volleyball to Host Charity Match Tonight

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

In preparation for the Volley for the Cure match, the Girls Volleyball teams have also been selling shirts to raise money. Over the last two weeks, the teams have sold over 200 shirts, with all profits also going to the foundation.

September 28, 2017

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Arts and Entertainment

The 100 will Meet Again in Early 2018

The 100 will Meet Again in Early 2018

Sam Beveridge, Arts and Entertainment Editor

After living 97 years on an international spaceship, resources and air supply are starting to run low. In an effort to save air, and all of humanity, the council aboard The Ark sends 100 delinquent teenagers down from space to see if Earth is survivable.

September 15, 2017

Variety show highlights talents of Argo Students

Variety show highlights talents of Argo Students

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

This years Variety Show, put on by the Argo Thespians and open to all Argo students, was packed full of talent, laughs, and a surprise guest appearance. I'd tell you more, but you can watch for yourself below.

September 15, 2017

Argo Theater’s “Shrek” Hits It Out of the Swamp

Argo Theater’s “Shrek” Hits It Out of the Swamp

Madison Krzos

By Rachel Burke and Madison Krzos, Photo by Madison...

May 8, 2017

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News

President Trump working with Democrats on ‘Dreamer’ legislation

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

President Trump met with leaders in the Democratic Party to discuss a plan to protect DACA legislation, reports the New York Times. The President is open to legislation that protects undocumented minors in the US, as long as it's partnered with legislation that heavily increases border security. It's notable that the package did not include a border a wall, which was a big campaign point for President Trump.

September 15, 2017

South and West Chicago to receive $40 million investment from Chase

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

According to the Chicago Tribune, JPMorgan Chase will invest $40 million to Chicago's South and West neighborhoods. The 3-year initiative is designed to help stimulate the economy of those neighborhoods as a means to combat crime and violence. Grants will be given to community groups with programs that focus on job training, small businesses expansion, neighborhood revitalization and personal financial health.

September 15, 2017

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