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NBA player trades causing drastic talent imbalance between teams

NBA player trades causing drastic talent imbalance between teams

Bailey Lim

October 21, 2019

The National Basketball Association has a competitive season of basketball filled with many talented individuals. People all around the United States watch the preseason and seasonal games, routing for whichever team they want to win the playoffs.  NBA players work together as teams to compete for the final comp...

Hot Off the Dress: Rafael De La Paz

Hot Off the Dress: Rafael De La Paz

Amelia Pozniak and Maddie Meucci

October 21, 2019

As summer quickly transitions into fall, so do our wardrobes! Students at Huntley High School strut the halls in their cozy cardigans and boots as it is finally “sweater weather!” The evidence is obvious; from Instagram fashion gurus to online fashion articles, the evident and desired fashion...

Bentley’s book review: “Sincerely, Harriet.”

Bentley’s book review: “Sincerely, Harriet.”

Meghan Bentley

October 14, 2019

In the library, my eyes scanned the graphic novel section for new book. A small blue spine with pink stripes caught my eye. I took the book off the shelf and stared at the cover, "Sincerely, Harriet” by Sarah W. Searle. A young cartoon girl sat in a frame with curious eyes and a scraped knee. Intrig...

Cafe Corner: Manny’s Handcrafted Gelato and Cafe

Cafe Corner: Manny’s Handcrafted Gelato and Cafe

Emma Gribbens and Caitlyn Gooden

October 14, 2019

The crisp air blew on our faces as we walked up the steep wooden stairs to Manny’s Handcrafted Gelato and Cafe. We were greeted with the overwhelming smell of sweet gelato and fresh brewed coffee. Friendly smiles and words of welcome greeted our ears as we walked into the cozy cafe nuzzled on the si...

Monsters of the Midway: Issue #1

Monsters of the Midway: Issue #1

Ethan Babicz

October 13, 2019

Chicago sports are a mixed bag at the moment. On one hand, the Bears are strong in the NFC North, National Football Conference, with a 3-2 record and a dominant defense allowing under 14 points per game. On the other hand, the Cubs are reeling following a missed playoff opportunity for the first time ...

Huntley’s Best Dressed: E-Girl Edition

Huntley’s Best Dressed: E-Girl Edition

Ashley Reilly

October 11, 2019

On Oct. 10 sophomore Paige Desimone wraps an edgy studded belt around her waist, clips back two pieces of hair with barrettes, and slips on her white Doc Martens. Desimone walks through the hallway, and despite dressing in the same theme as everyone else, stands out through her bold clothing choices.  ...

HHS Travels the World: Mya Morsey

HHS Travels the World: Mya Morsey

Lindsey Leigh

October 9, 2019

While most of us spend our birthdays in our home state of Illinois, Mya Morsey spent hers in Nicaragua during the summer of 2017.  Nicaragua is located in Central America next to the countries Honduras and Costa Rica. Because of its location close to the equator, the weather is substantially hot...

Theme of the Month: Midnight Movies (Part One)

Theme of the Month: Midnight Movies (Part One)

Braden Turk

October 9, 2019

Theme of the Month is an article series designed to investigate examples of film, television, and writing that fall under a certain category. The following works are all “midnight movies,” or films that have gained a cult following since their releases. "Night of the Demon" Chosen… singled out to die… victim...

The Pup Breed Read: September 2019

The Pup Breed Read: September 2019

Kimberlynn Bjurstrom

September 26, 2019

On a cold February day, the snow crunched beneath my feet as I approached the shelter. I eagerly waited until my name was called and then I looked at the litter. They were all so small, but I locked eyes with the smallest and my heart melted. I knew she was meant to be mine. My dog, Waffles, is a mix...

It Grows Without Saying: Four O’Clocks, the late bloomers

It Grows Without Saying: Four O’Clocks, the late bloomers

Riley Chadwick

September 26, 2019

As I come home from an excruciating school day, the last thing I want to do is homework. This can be said about most teenagers these days but instead of dwelling on my seven-hour school day, I go outside to my garden. When I come home, usually around 3-3:45 p.m. depending on if I have club meetings,...

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