Author Archive: Randi Peterson

Randi Peterson, a senior, is the editor in chief of The Voice's print edition. In her free time, she enjoys looking at pictures of pugs in sweaters on the Internet and planning an alpaca farm she hopes to own in Ireland in the future. Among many talents (including solving Rubik's cubes in a mediocre 1 minute and 26 seconds), Randi is known to be quite skilled in the duct tape arts. She can be reached at randi.peterson@huntleyvoice.com.

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Boys Soccer play in Pepsi Showdown

Boys Soccer play in Pepsi Showdown

[ 0 ] September 15, 2012 |

The fall sports season in Huntley is always about football and volleyball. The student body flocks to these games in impressive numbers, while other sports are left with stands sparsely populated with parents. However, this year’s boys soccer team could draw a crowd for the first time in years. This weekend, the boys competed in […]

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[MyVoice] Why off-campus lunch doesn’t work

[MyVoice] Why off-campus lunch doesn’t work

[ 0 ] August 31, 2012 |

The situation. In my time at Huntley High School, I haven’t gone a school year without hearing complaints about off-campus lunch at Huntley. Or rather, lack thereof. Many students seem to be under the impression that the district could easily just allow an open campus and have withheld it for no reason other than they […]

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Plague infects high school students, pandemic on the rise

Plague infects high school students, pandemic on the rise

[ 0 ] May 21, 2012 |

It’s a plague that travels through the halls Huntley, affecting students, both dedicated and less than so. It destroys kids. Each year it escalates around the end of April. It’s a pandemic. It affects millions of kids in schools across the nation, rendering them completely unable to study, do homework, or even pay attention in […]

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HHS’s The Sharp Set barbershop quartet district champions

HHS’s The Sharp Set barbershop quartet district champions

[ 0 ] April 1, 2012 |

The Sharp Set is a barbershop quartet consisting of four HHS seniors have become district champions for the Illinois District Barbershop Harmony Society.

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Spazmatics put on benefit concert, support Huntley fine arts students

Spazmatics put on benefit concert, support Huntley fine arts students

[ 0 ] March 28, 2012 |

A group of four grown men, donning high socks, fanny packs, beanies, pocket protectors, bike helmets, sweater vests, Converse, and horned-rimmed glasses stood center stage before a partly-filled Performing Arts Center, putting on a performance consisting of the biggest pop hits of the ‘80s. As the group sang and danced to their covers of Def […]

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Project 2 perform concert at Culver’s restaurent while raising funds for FAB

Project 2 perform concert at Culver’s restaurent while raising funds for FAB

[ 0 ] March 12, 2012 |

On March 12, Project 2, the student-organized musical group started by junior Dylan Ladd, performed at the Culver’s Huntley location for the second time in its career. The group brought in a full house, and 10 percent of the food sales of the night benefitted Huntley’s Fine Arts Boosters (FAB). The music began around 6:30 and […]

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Hitting the right notes

Hitting the right notes

[ 1 ] March 2, 2012 |

Bill Leggee, an 81 year old retired music and English teacher, still has a passion for music. He has and always will be all about the music.

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Huntley High School competes in local barbershop quartet contest

Huntley High School competes in local barbershop quartet contest

[ 0 ] February 12, 2012 |

At 2 p.m. on Feb. 12, Huntley High School’s performing arts center hosted the Youth in Harmony Regional Barbershop Contest. The contest consisted of four divisions, men’s quartet, men’s ensemble, women’s quartet, and women’s ensemble. Each group was to present two barbershop-style songs for the judges. Each gender division had its own set of four judges, all seasoned […]

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myVoice: “Phantom Menace” does 3D right

myVoice: “Phantom Menace” does 3D right

[ 1 ] February 10, 2012 |

The 3D movie is all the rage in Hollywood these days (even though 3D films have been around since 1915); some movies are being made deliberately for 3D, while other films are being re-released in the format. I am not a fan of 3D movies. They are over-done, over-priced, and cause headaches. Many films lack […]

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Huntley students participate in county Honor’s Band

Huntley students participate in county Honor’s Band

[ 0 ] January 21, 2012 |

At 2 p.m. on Jan. 21, 17 Huntley students participated in the McHenry County Honor Band’s 36th Annual Festival Concert in Crystal Lake South’s auditorium. Johnsburg, Alden-Hebron, Harvard, Marengo, Cary-Grove, Crystal Lake Central, Crystal Lake South, Prairie Ridge, McHenry, Richmond Burton, Woodstock, Woodstock North, and Marian Central were also represented by student musicians. The concert […]

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12-Season Awards

12-Season Awards

[ 0 ] November 20, 2011 |

Twelve-season athletes Ryan Palmer and Duke Larkin are the only two athletes of their kind in this year’s senior class.

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A Stroke of Luck

A Stroke of Luck

[ 0 ] October 21, 2011 |

In 1944, Josef Dittrich was 11 years old and living in Romania. It was two days from his birthday when his life changed forever.

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GALLERY: Marching Band

GALLERY: Marching Band

[ 0 ] October 16, 2011 |

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“The Ides of March” showcases outstanding acting

“The Ides of March” showcases outstanding acting

[ 1 ] October 8, 2011 |

Gosling, Clooney, and company present an engaging political drama that leaves the audience disturbed by the world of politics.

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GALLERY: Homecoming Parade

GALLERY: Homecoming Parade

[ 0 ] September 29, 2011 |

Photos by Randi Peterson

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