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Portraying a classic art form, Ingot students show their ver- sion of a totem-pole. 10 OPENING
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Modeling contemporary formal wear, Angel Cruz looks comfortable in his grey knit suit, while Doug Funes feels very confident in his black wing-tipped tux. Fashionable looks usually run in a family. Here Michelle Munoz is adorned in the latest styles from " Prezzia Ita- lia " while her brother, Frank Munoz, in the latest popu- lar colors, grey and black, wears " Guess " jeans and a grey knit sweater with red accents to match. (- — Wearing very stylish and comfortable " Guess " T-shirt and jeans, Doug Wentz takes time out to kick up and relax in the library Lisa Potts, Shane Skees, and Theresa Groover sport some of the latest styles including fashions from " Bugle Boy. " Having a brother that works at a top fashion store, the “. Merry- Go-Round, ” makes it an advantage to get the latest styles at a discount price.- Corie Childs OPENING 9
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INGOTLAND: A Classic “Hangout” Where’s your place? Throughout the years many places around the school have be- come “hangouts” for different groups of people. Even during all of the remodeling and changes this year, those “hangouts” have typi- cally remained the same. There are traditional places in the school for students to “do their thing,” whether it’s visiting with friends, sitting and relaxing, being alone with that special someone, or just hanging around. There are, however, places where certain people wouldn’t dare hangout. For example, everybody knows that the bench outside the gym is generally reserved for Se- niors and maybe a few lucky Ju- niors. If you’re a Freshman, you just wouldn’t dare sit there, not willingly, anyway. Likewise, if you’re a Junior or Senior you prob- ably wouldn’t hang around outside the Guidance Offices or sit outside your next hour class with all your books. These are typical locations for most underclassmen. For everyone there’s the gym. It’s a place where one can usually find Seventh Graders to Seniors. In the gym are the jocks, who are almost always present during their lunch hour, and the lovesick girls who follow the jocks around. The remaining gym population can be divided into two groups. There are those who just want to blow off steam after making it through half the day, and then there are those who are there gathering courage and strength to finish the day. In addition to these locations, the cafeteria remains a popular place where students congregate and discuss the latest gossip or catch up on homework, and the li- brary still offers a tranquil setting where students can study, do re- search, or just find a little privacy. Spencer Newlin, Lianne Hoeffiicker, and Doug Funes help Dave Ratliff see the new lobby from a “different” perspective. Adam Sech and Pixie Norman enjoy a quiet moment by their lockers between classes. OPENING 11
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