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We run editorial projects on this site all the time. Most of them last for about a month on the front page, but they remain available in our archives. Projects and start dates for the rest of this year:
Project 51, Illinois's top AP high schools, July 1
Summer Job Summary, Aug. 1
New Front Page Design, Aug. 18
Marching Bands, Oct. 3
Football, Oct. 29
Winter Break, December 23
Musicals, Jan. 24
Science Publishing, March 1 through May
Girls' Soccer, April 20
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