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Bad Haircuts and Baby Faces

The 'Chronicle' staff shows off its old student IDs

School's been out forever for most of the Chronicle staff, but we decided to get into the spirit of the Back to School issue and dig up our old high school and college IDs. Join us as we remember our roots – as metal heads and dweebs, jocks and poetry-writing mopesters. Go on and have a good guffaw on us. We'll be the ones cringing in the corner. – Kimberley Jones



Amy Smith, News Managing Editor
Amy Smith, News Managing Editor
Angela Specht, Account Executive
Angela Specht, Account Executive
Anne Harris, Asst. Listings
Anne Harris, Asst. Listings
Brian Barry, Web Director
Brian Barry, Web Director
Brian Carr, Senior Classified Account Executive
Brian Carr, Senior Classified Account Executive
Cassandra Pearce, Accounting Assistant
Cassandra Pearce, Accounting Assistant
cindy soo, Credit Manager
cindy soo, Credit Manager
Derek Van Wagner, Info Center
Derek Van Wagner, Info Center
Doug St. Ament, Graphic Designer
Doug St. Ament, Graphic Designer
James Renovitch, Community Listings
James Renovitch, Community Listings
Jason Stout, Creative Director
Jason Stout, Creative Director
Jerald Corder, Senior Account Executive
Jerald Corder, Senior Account Executive
Jordan Smith, Staff Writer
Jordan Smith, Staff Writer
Joshua Kupecki, Proofreader
Joshua Kupecki, Proofreader
Kimberley Jones, Senior Editor, Screens and Books
Kimberley Jones, Senior Editor, Screens and Books
Kristine Tofte, Advertising Coordinator
Kristine Tofte, Advertising Coordinator
Michael King, Senior Editor, News
Michael King, Senior Editor, News
Michael Bartnett, Asst. Webmaster
Michael Bartnett, Asst. Webmaster
Monica Riese, Asst. News Editor
Monica Riese, Asst. News Editor
Nick Barbaro, Publisher
Nick Barbaro, Publisher
Raoul Hernandez, Senior Editor, Music
Raoul Hernandez, Senior Editor, Music
Sandy Carson, Contributing Photographer
Sandy Carson, Contributing Photographer
Sarah Hamlin, Longtime Caller
Sarah Hamlin, Longtime Caller

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