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The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

[VIDEO] The effects of takeovers

Takeovers have become all the rage among students at WEGO and beyond, but these events have legal and safety ramifications.
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A takeover in downtown Chicago, attended by several WEGO students. (Photo courtesy of Brian Garcia)
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Osmar Vilchiz
Osmar Vilchiz, Reporter
Osmar Vilchiz is the first to say he has successfully achieved everything he wanted to in high school. Now, this forward-thinking mechanic is looking to find an internship at a body shop so he can learn the skills of the trade. He would eventually like to end up in a position of leadership as a master tech.
Joseph Flores
Joseph Flores, Reporter
Joseph Flores is a senior at WCCHS,  and it is his first year on the Wildcat Chronicle's staff. Joseph is  a strategic thinker who knows how to make an impact - but Joseph's talents extend beyond the classroom. He is also a passionate football player, known for his strength and tenacity as a lineman. Joseph's dedication to the sport is matched only by his commitment to his team and his personal growth. Off the field, he enjoys exploring new places with his friends.
Jonathan Saucedo
Jonathan Saucedo, Opinions Editor
Jonathan is a junior at West Chicago Community High School. He joined Journalism last year and has learned many important lessons - especially that deadlines can be tricky. This year, Jonathan is an up-and-coming opinions section editor. He is grateful for this position and his ability to be a leader for the Chronicle. Besides Journalism, Jonathan loves the draw/sketch (although he may not be good at it, he draws in his free time and during school when classes get a little boring). He also has a very sociable personality and can talk to people very easily, but when it comes to a presentation, he kind of falls off. His goal for this year's JPro class is to at least publish 25 assignments over the course of the year. Well, the task may be tough, but he believes in himself and so should you. Oh, and another one of his goals is to find a job. Over the summer, he went on a job hunt, but a lot of businesses declined, leaving Jonathan sad and broke. He is excited for Journalism and cannot wait to be a part of the team all year long - and next year, as well, when he becomes a full-on editor and the last of his peers. 
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