On February 17th 2011 Loyola Catholic secondary school held its first unity day. In recognition a mural was painted in the cafeteria during third period. This mural, a graffiti depicting Cuban revolutionary leader Che Guevara was meant to symbolize the revolution taking place at Loyola, the revolution of change in Loyola. However V.P. Sandra Antonutti who was not in favour of the new art have the piece covered then painted over the next day. Mrs. Antonutti refused to ask the student body what their views were. Upon being questioned she evaded questions and shifted blame. Loyola rise up and sign, we want an explanation as to why without reason the image was removed without asking the views of the student population, we will not remain the silent majority.
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