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September 25, 2009

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GRADE: Senior ACTIVITIES IN SCHOOL: Connection Showchoir, speech team, NHS, school musicals and plays, morning announcements

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By Emily Abrams Features Editor

Photos/Emily Abrams

September 25, 2009

Pleasant Street

Discover Fountain Square, a retro, artsy and funky place to experience something unique and only a few blocks from Downtown Indianapolis

HISTORY OF FOUNTAIN SQUARE: The Fountain Square Theatre was built in 1928 and was opened as a 1,500-seat motion picture and vaudeville theatre. It is decorated with an Italian garden theme and highlighted with a 40-foot domed ceiling. The venue closed in the 1950s. Today, the theatre is host to special events including weddings and receptions, 1111 PROSPECT STREET holiday parties and dances, including Fountain Square’s Friday Night Swing Dance.

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RADIO RADIO: Radio Radio is a music venue for public or private viewing. Although you must be 21 years to enter, Radio Radio is the new hot spot. The venue has a great stage and sound system and is one of Indianapolis’ non-smoking venues. It is an amazing place to see original live music, including: The Dynamites, The Films and The Entrance Band.

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ACTIVITIES OUT OF SCHOOL: work at American Eagle, Youth Against Violence Organization

WHAT IS DUCKPIN BOWLING?: Back in 1900, 10-pin bowling was only a winter sport and most bowling alleys were closed during the summer, except a few that remained open to play odd bowling games using a smaller ball. Bowlers suggested that cutting the size of the pins down to match the size of the ball would make the game more interesting, and thus duckpin bowling was born.

WITH A FRIEND: (above) Williams and friend Jenni Thompson spend time together to have some fun. SNOW DAY: (left) Williams and his sister, Kelsie, freshman, go out for a day in the snow.

1119 PROSPECT STREET Photos provided by/Kurt Williams MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT AT SCHOOL. I know it`s typical, but the most embarrassing moment had to be freshman year when I fell down the stairs and spilled my books everywhere. MOST INTERESTING THING YOU’VE EATEN. Dog food when I was a little kid. IF YOU HAD A MILLION DOLLARS WHAT WOULD YOU DO WITH IT? I’d buy myself a new car because I recently just totalled mine.

Music of the Night

about patriots,” Ms. Beth Wolff said. “Two officers actually came up with the saying “Warriors will leave these patriots red, white, and bruised.” Homecoming week is filled with fun activities, besides the traditional game and dance. For those who went to the bonfire, students got to see first hand what it is like to see a teacher “rap with a rat” and a buff football player endure the embarrassment of shaving one leg. Mr. Emery performed a rap written by two students while holding a rat and Derek Hart got one leg shaved with the help of Emily Christine Hernandez. Both of these competitions raised money for Riley Hospital for Children and gave students a chance to win a prize through the raffle ticket drawing. Not only does homecoming raise money, but also raises

p Monday: Dress u the amount of fun students can have. “It gives people the opportunity to have fun and wear outfits, that can sometimes be disturbing,” sophomore Conner Meritt said. Some may see dress-up days as silly, but it is a way to get students involved and have fun. Students have a chance to be imaginative and express their individuality. “The first two days are easy and something everyone could do,” Wolff said. “But for the last two days, we made it so people would have to plan and be creative.” Not only does school present the opportunity to succeed and learn, but also the chance of self-expression.

JUNIOR JULIA KITTLE

Wednesday: Cartoon

MS. MR. FOOTBALL: Emily Christine Hernnandez DENIECE helps shave Derek Hart’s CARMEAN leg.

Book Music Food

SENIOR JORDIN CHILTON

SENIOR ANDREW MCLAREN

Tuesday: Mismatch

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Harry Potter Jon McLaughin Fazoli’s Fettucini Alfredo Donnie Darko

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Homecoming week is a time to show Warren Pride, socialize and raise money for those in need. Spirit week typically involves after school activities and dress-up days. What makes our week so special? “Homecoming brings out the best in students and helps them have a positive attitude towards school spirit while all together having a fun week,” sophomore Jerry Lancaster said. The school is filled with anticipation for the announcement of this year’s homecoming King and Queen. The homecoming game this year pits the Warren Central Warriors against the Patriots of Terre Haute North. “It’s so hard to say anything negative

By Imani Scott-Smittick Features Writer

WHAT’S SOMETHING YOU WISH PEOPLE KNEW ABOUT YOU? Even though I do a lot of performing arts, I want to major in clinical psychology when I go to college.


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