By Allison Kamel
Last week, a hidden tunnel was discovered in the bathroom located at the end of the art wing. This tunnel was found when a student opened it by accidentally speaking the language of the snake. By doing so, this student allowed a 50-foot long basilisk to roam the halls of SJC.
Luckily, the security was smart enough to use mirrors when chasing after the basilisk and forcing it back down the tunnel. Without the use of mirrors, the security team could have been killed just from making eye contact with the snake.
Now that the school is aware of this basilisk issue, a member of the security has been placed at the end of the art wing hallway. This bathroom is off limits for fear of re-releasing this deadly animal onto the students, professors and faculty of SJC.