The generations met and came to a compromise on what music will be played at Homewood-Flossmoor High School dances.
Students led a petition drive in December asking for greater leeway for disk jockeys selecting music for school dances, as well as permissible music for various school functions and airing on WHFH-FM, the student-run radio station.
They complained that the administration set such restrictive guidelines that dances weren’t fun because popular music couldn’t be played. Administrators said they set the guidelines after a disk jockey at a . . .
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