Monday, May 21, 2018
hen something consumes your life and is one day taken away from you, there’s no other feeling but pain. In senior Raemon Savillo’s case, two types of pain. The pain of the injury itself, and the pain that comes...
ast March, the brave Lexi Lowitzki volunteered to do what not many people, let alone girls, would be willing to do, during the St. Baldrick’s event held at Huntley High School, shave all of her hair off. Lowitzki is...
In sixth grade, junior Jack Filpi joined band to pursue his love of music; he started out on the tuba. That following February though, Filpi was concussed, and his doctor had recommended that he give up the tuba, which...
On Thursday, Jan. 18, as students passed or walked through the cafeteria, their peripheral vision caught a glimpse of bright fluorescent lighting in the left corner of the space. When their curious minds searched for the source of light,...
alking into his classroom, he sets his bag down on his desk. He takes out a binder that says “teaching is fun,” which fully embodies him, and soon gets to work. Chemistry teacher Matthew Gunderson has been a teacher at...

Lights, camera, Kate!

It’s her and the stage. The spotlight shines on her face highlighting every detail of her makeup while blinding her view of the audience. It felt hot. Really hot. All eyes were on her. But she was not nervous. She...