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Time Warp: Parking Lot Facelift

A'naja Ratkowski, Staff Writer

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Front of Menchville High School in 1973

Front of Menchville High School in 2017

These two photos were taken 44 years apart, and as shown, times have changed. While the building itself is not much different, the cars vary vastly – Pontiac’s, Oldsmobiles and El Camino’s turning into Jeeps, trucks, and Honda Civics. Cars in the 70’s were not as high tech as the cars we have today, but were just as cool. The light posts adorning the student parking lot have also gotten an upgrade; Menchville light posts now sport LED lights that shine brighter.

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A'naja Ratkowski, .Photographer

Committed to graduate in 2017, A’naja Ratkowski aspires to go to college and become a dentist. She plans to make her senior year the best year that it...

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