On a brisk autumn afternoon, gaggles of girls in hooded sweatshirts and uniform skirts sit on asphalt eating salads out of Gladware and pizza out of foil.
There is ample room at the new picnic tables, but old habits die hard, and the girls are making themselves at home in...
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November 25, 2004 | 7:00 pm