Issue 6

Tosa East Dullard Accepted To UW-Madison On Minesweeper Scholarship

Mr. Stroud Launches Schoolwide Search For Lost "Little Black Book"

Maverick Apologizes For Article

Challenge Students Get Assignment

Teen Killed In Our Hallways

Local Underground Paper Fills Blank Space

Teacher Grows New "Stache" For Upcoming Hollywood Film

Point/ Counterpoint

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Teen Killed In Our Hallways

By The Onknown
There were three minutes before class began, but students rushed like there was one. Hundreds of students scurried to class, not abiding by any of the hallway rules. A small freshmen, confused on where to go, stood still near an open doorway. He thought he knew what he was doing. I mean, he was looking in the right direction, but little did he know he was about to be trampled by a bunch of wall criminals. Only faint screams of "Keep to the right!" could be heard from below the delinquents feet.

"They just kept walking," one witness said. Principal Hays has released a set of rules that students should follow.

Rule 1:  Keep to the right.
Rule 2:  Go through the correct door. If that door is shut, open it.
Rule 3:  Do not stop in the middle of the hallway.
Rule 4:  Please choose a constant speed.

Compliance with these rules will hopefully prevent any further "incidents".

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