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Last week the Caravan had homecoming week. For many students they say it’s their favorite week of school. At the end of every homecoming week the student council puts together a pep rally for the students and faculty. It is a very fun time for everyone. The Mount Carmel cheerleaders also get to  join the Caravan and preform in front of everyone. This pep rally was for all the fall sports. It is a form of thanks to all the students who want to do more for Mount Carmel. It is also a good time for all the students as they can play games at the pep rally and enjoy the Caravan atmosphere.

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Aristotle Nakos, Staff Writer

Aristotle Nakos went to St. Michael’s Grammar School in Orland Park. He now is a senior at Mount Carmel. Aristotle is a running back on the football team. He has an interest in going to college at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has two sisters; one is older and the other is younger. The oldest is a sophomore at Ole Miss. His younger sister is in the eighth grade.

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