Trojan Times

Students split on increased tech usage

Elizabeth Dopke, Staff Writer

December 19, 2014

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If all goes as planned in the remaining 2014-15 school year, Chromebooks are here to stay. In a recent push from administration, parents and department heads, technology seems to be the next chapter for Cary-Grove. Currently,...

Homecoming Changes Bring New Trojan Traditions

Maggie Davis, Editor In Chief

October 9, 2014

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As we put homecoming week behind us, there may be some variation in reactions about the whole ordeal. Now, before you go off about the dance itself, and the new rules that were put into place, let’s take a step back and examine...

Speech team has record showing at state

Kortney Geegan, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

Filed under Features, News

Rarely does talent converge so abundantly in one place, but when it does, that place is usually Cary-Grove’s speech team. The season ended with an extraordinary amount of students headed to state and Olivia Roehri placing four...

U.S. Army invades C-G’s parking lot

Amy Jereb, Staff Writer

March 6, 2014

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On Friday, February 28, the army’s recruiters arrived at C-G in a semi truck filled with simulators. Inside, you could fly a drone plane, steer a tank down a street, fly a helicopter, shoot at targets, and even operate a me...

Students adjusting to new media center policy

Amy Jereb, Staff Writer

March 6, 2014

Filed under News

The media center’s new admission policy, though it has upset many students, has created the exact atmosphere for the library that the administration sought: one good for studying. With requiring students to sign up for a spot befor...

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