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Halloween will look different in 2020 due to COVID-19.

Changes for Halloween in a pandemic

Emily Cavero , Contributor October 20, 2020

As we continue to endure the limits of life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, new questions arise. As Oct. 31 approaches, what will look different this year due to the situation we are currently in? How...

Gregory Schram, a recently retired teacher, getting a drink at Starbucks, glad he isn’t still teaching.

Project restart; effort clear amongst complaints

John Hines-Shah, Contributor October 19, 2020

Hinsdale Township’s District 86 restart plan is in full swing with students and teachers returning to the school as of Oct. 5, with mixed reactions. The school split kids into four separate groups...

The resumption of professional football also ushered in a new season of fantasy football.

Fantasy Football Launches for the 2020 Season

With football season finally arriving into American homes, fantasy football is also making a return. Fantasy football is a game meant for all ages, whether you're a high school student trying to have a...

Teachers meet with children’s parents to discuss grades and how a student is doing in a certain class.

Teachers discuss grades with parents during conferences

Parent-teacher conferences took place on Thursday, Oct. 24 in the field house from 6-9 p.m. and on Friday, Oct. 25 in teacher’s classrooms from 8-11:30 a.m.  In alphabetical order, families got...

Residents, including students who will be 18 years old by Nov. 6, have the option of voting on Senate and House positions and the local District 86 referendum.

Poll shows where students land on upcoming elections

Joey Justema , Contributor October 29, 2018

The 2018 midterms are Nov. 6, and students are taking a look at not only the national positions available, but also some of the local issues on the ballot, such as the District 86 referendum.  In...

Late starts late enough?

Late starts late enough?

Peter Taylor, Contributor October 18, 2018

The school, like many, has schedules put in place to accommodate professional development, such as the weekly late starts on Mondays. This is a change from two years ago when the late starts occurred every...

On Tuesday, April 10, all juniors took the SAT during the school day.

Standardized testing: Where do we draw the line?

If you ask anyone to describe their junior year of high school, you will most likely hear the words college applications, APUSH, college visits, and most likely of all: standardized tests. The ACT and...

Mia Gaddis, sophomore, works through a worksheet of chemistry problems during class.

Third quarter blues

Third quarter ended last Friday, March 16, which came as a relief to many students, including myself. Personally, I couldn’t be happier to be moving into fourth quarter. In my opinion, third quarter...

Astronaut. Princess. Veterinarian. Lawyer.

Astronaut. Princess. Veterinarian. Lawyer.

Bryanna Lee, Contributor March 7, 2018

How dream jobs differ from the future An occupation determines how well a person may live in the future, and how their job can change throughout their lives.  Usually, a younger demographic dreams...

Attendance: one of the scariest moments of a student with a difficult names life.

How to pronounce students’ names

My name is Michalea. Mick-uh-lee-uh. Not Michaela, not Michelle, and definitely not Michael. I'm not even going to say my last name, because, well, it's even harder to pronounce than my first name. My...

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