Last weekend, Huntley students performed Cinderella in the Performing Arts Center.
Spanish Club is one of the many new clubs starting after school, and held a meeting this Tuesday, Nov. 12. The club was created by co-presidents Holly Baldacci and Alexis Adams.
After starting off the season undefeated, Huntley had a Thanksgiving Tournament at the high school over break. The championship game was the night before the holiday and Huntley had high hopes of keeping their record perfect.
With the new season just beginning, Huntley kicked off the year with high hopes because they had many returning varsity players. On Nov. 30 the varsity boys basketball played in the Coaches vs. Cancer tournament on a Saturday afternoon at Crystal Lake Central.
The boys basketball team took on Belvidere North. After winning against Belvidere North 65-46 last year, Huntley had the opportunity to show how much they had improved since then. Huntley won the game with a score of 84-65.
The most beautiful moment of science fiction in the history of television, the 50th anniversary of the British television show, “Doctor Who” came to life. Airing across the globe on Nov. 23, at 1:50 p.m. CST., the world went silent in anticipation. Whovians around the world waited in awe of what could be the most epic moment in television history.
I was sitting on my bed after finishing all my homework, and something red catches my eye. It’s my Nintendo DS sitting there with the green light flashing on and off beckoning me to pick it up and start playing.
Tony Dipaulo eases himself into a chair. The piano keys beneath his fingers humbly await his command. A single sheet of paper guides him.
English teacher Kay Meyer isn’t content with being a spectator. That’s why she responded so fervently when her nephew asked her about her recent activity, deciding to plan an adventure for every month.
“Catching Fire” is an action-packed success that leaves fans excited and ready for the next movie in “The Hunger Games” series.
Lady Gaga’s newest album inspires fans and critics to love themselves for who they are.
Huntley gymnast Aubrie Purtell demonstrates her skills.
Crider’s courageous effort after injury and tragedy
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