Hart administration is divided: Who will win?

Officials at the Hart High Administration office have been stopped at a halt. The on-going dispute between the usage of “Hart Hamburgers” and “Hart Hot Dogs” are ensuing, and there isn’t a clear answer as to which title wins. 

After students have calmly and politely advised that changes needed to be made to Hart’s outdated and characteristically offensive mascot, the decision on who is going to create a memorable, and iconic mascot has been greatly difficult. 

“We are down to 2 candidates, Hamburgers, and Hotdogs.” Implies Josh Albarn. 

A private board meeting was held in  Hart’s auditorium on February, 3rd, 2:30 PM, which ended after 6. 

“Me and the guys over at the office are at wit’s end. We’ve been working day and night to finalize our thoughts, and we still have nothing.” States Victoria Splotlund. 

Any concluding thoughts made by the administrators at Hart’s District office are highly confidential. Any further information will be carried out by the end of March. However, an employee has privately commented on the matter, stating that the debate will prolong into early June. 

“I have no idea what they are doing over there, nothing but a bunch of dingbat hooligans clambering over some preposterous highschool mascot.” Says former employee Ricardo Juarez Jr. 

Updates on the matter have been steadily declining.