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Shooting at Crown Center: Changes to the Junior field trip

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Hannah Mueller, 11 ate with a group of friends in City Market. Tom Rush, 11, Horne, Hunter Fine, 11, and Daniel Liang ate at Habashi House. (Photo by Hannah M.)

On Jan. 17, the day before the junior field trip, a shooting broke out in Crown Center. However, considering it a mass shooting can be a bit uncertain. This is due to the fact that witnesses have reported seeing two groups arguing. Following the argument, a fight broke out and six people were injured; none of the injuries are life threatening. As of recently, detectives are still investigating the incident.

Prior to the shooting, juniors planned to eat lunch in Crown Center after their trip to the World War 1 museum. This was later changed and the juniors ate lunch at City Market instead.

One of the many restaurants open at the time of the field trip for students to enjoy. Even though lunch plans changed, students were able to enjoy their lunch at the market. (Photo by Hannah M.)

“I was excited to go because I’ve been to Crown Center a few times so I was really excited to go. I also love River City, and I knew we were going to be downtown so I was really excited about that too,” Addelyn Horne, 11, said.

While it was a change in plans, it brought unexpected benefits.

“It was really fun. We got to walk around and then there was a lot more variety in foods than there would be in Crown Center, so that was really cool.”



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Kathlyn Tran, Copy Editor
Hi! This is my second year of SPUB and I’m excited to be on staff again. In my first year I’ve gained experience in writing, designing, and photographing. I hope to improve my skills in all of the things I listed previously. I think journalism, especially student journalism, informs people and gives them a voice. I’m excited to see how the yearbook will turnout this year and what I get to write about this year. Other than SPUB and school I enjoy reading, listening to music, and hanging out with friends and family.

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