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Elon Musk’s 20 Million Dollar Joke Taken too Far

Kareem Tabbara, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018

Everyone knows Elon Musk as the charismatic front man of giant companies like Tesla, or SpaceX. However, he recently was charged $20 million and almost lost his position as CEO of Tesla.

Argo Veteran’s Day Assembly

Ryan Perez

November 10, 2017

Argo Alum Sgt. Gulotta rocked the drums in the new performing arts center Wednesday November 9th during the Veterans Day assembly, hours before he had to report for deployment to Japan. Sgt. Gulotta graduated from Argo in 2009 and is now a serviceman for the Marines.

Argo’s Music Department Hosts “An Evening of Jazz”

Manic Gamebreaker, Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 8, 2017

The concert will be at 7 p.m. on November 9th in the new Portillo’s Preforming Arts Center.

President Trump working with Democrats on ‘Dreamer’ legislation

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

September 15, 2017

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.

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

Megan Hubiak, News Editor

September 15, 2017

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.

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