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Debating through the screen
Debating through the screen
Sophia Coronado October 15, 2020

Bradley Aney’s Current Issues class has different topics and units that adhere to its curriculum. However, the students are allowed to interpret...

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E-learning in the art department
Zaina Mohammed October 9, 2020

Sophomore Naina Birdi impatiently sat in front of her computer screen on Aug. 21 while her Zoom meeting was loading on the connecting page.  “How...

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Physical education teachers persevere through e-learning
Abby Panier October 6, 2020

Monday morning, the lights flicker on as she walks into her home gym. Surrounded by various exercise machines and equipment, she boots up her...

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Middle Schoolers experience new remote learning during global pandemic
Emma Meier October 2, 2020

In this global pandemic, the middle school students are still adjusting to the new learning system. Some students are doing amazing and others...

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On three! Junior Emily Domek finds her passion in cheerleading
Ellie Armstrong October 1, 2020

“On three! One, two, three, AHHH!” Stadium workers and competing Senior Level 4 teams look at junior Emily Domek and her teammates like...

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Life of a hardworking high school student
Bailey Lim September 29, 2020

Waking up in the morning with a long day of remote learning, football, and working a job, junior Jack Tanke takes on one of the busiest high...

What it feels like...
What it feels like...
April 22, 2020

Senior Alyssa Kelly masters two varsity sports
Senior Alyssa Kelly masters two varsity sports
Erin Richardson March 17, 2020

As traditions and routines end as the year goes on, senior Alyssa Kelly wanted to go back to her roots and try something she loved again. During...

Bradley Aney: more than just a teacher
Bradley Aney: more than just a teacher
Alex Hartleb March 11, 2020

Arriving at Huntley High School back in 2009, social studies teacher Bradley Aney has had a major role in the school that, over time, has only...

The hype man behind the Huntley boys varsity basketball team
The hype man behind the Huntley boys varsity basketball team
Riyana Walker March 10, 2020

Not only is Zak Link dedicated to the game, but he is also even more dedicated to his team. Although Link may not be the biggest or the best...

Extra Ordinary: An anticipated ghost story coming to theaters
Extra Ordinary: An anticipated ghost story coming to theaters
Sarah Reilly March 9, 2020

In a small Irish town, Rose works as a driving instructor. She has lived there her whole life. Her everyday life consists of driving people around,...

Katelyn Bower: dedicated student, devoted athlete
Katelyn Bower: dedicated student, devoted athlete
Tanpreet Bhathal March 3, 2020

As senior Katelyn Bower played her last game at sectionals thinking it was her last game ever, she suddenly realized that her volleyball career...

Trades, Make or Break?: The People
Trades, Make or Break?: The People's Choice
Bailey Lim February 27, 2020

In honor of Los Angeles Lakers player, Kobe Bryant, players around the NBA continue mourning the loss of a legend. Kobe Bryant passed away on...

The "Huntley Fire District" app helps improve safety in Huntley community
The "Huntley Fire District" app helps improve safety in Huntley community
Ayman Mirkhan February 24, 2020

Helping the community. A deed in which every individual wants to contribute to. No effort is too small or large and every selfless act is significant...

Marissa Mikutis: Drama over doubt
Marissa Mikutis: Drama over doubt
Sara Hursey February 17, 2020

When the 2020 musical “Anything Goes” was announced last spring, sophomore Marissa Mikutis set her sights on one thing: the role of Hope...

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