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Theme of the Month: War

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Braden Turk

April 29, 2020

Theme of the Month is an article series designed to investigate examples of film, television, and writing that fall under a certain category. This month’s (delayed) theme is “War.” “Yesterday’s Enemy” “Sixpence for a poppy and two minutes’ silence once a year. Yesterday’s ene...

Oldies but Goodies

Oldies but Goodies

Taylor Koop

April 29, 2020

In times like these, it can be difficult to keep yourself entertained. Especially when you have run out of things to watch and Netflix, Hulu, or Disney+ just seem like they are showing you the same things on repeat. Today, you will be reminded of some oldies but goodies from the late ‘70s through th...

Should we wear masks and gloves in public?

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Taylor Calame

April 28, 2020

 Getting in the car, driving around town, and looking out your side window you see your fellow neighbors geared up wearing gloves and a mask to protect themselves from COVID-19. Grocery store shelves are completely empty and bare. Not a single cleaning supply to be seen. Floor tape and signs ar...

Huntley’s best dressed: Quarantine edition

Huntley's best dressed: Quarantine edition

Ashley Reilly

April 28, 2020

Everyday I roll out of bed, put on a new mix up of a sweatshirt and leggings, and make my way to the computer. Another day of Elearning, with no one to impress except my family. I couldn't care less what I wear.  As I went to write my final Huntley’s Best Dressed I realized that there is no on...

In The Spotlight: Quarantine Edition

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Sara Hursey

April 27, 2020

Now that we are weeks into quarantine, it might feel like you have watched everything on Netflix twice and have gone through Disney+ a few more times than you care to admit. You might have even considered subscribing to even more entertainment services because there is so little to do. Luckily, th...

Is Zoom really the best option?

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Kimberlynn Bjurstrom

April 26, 2020

From the comfort of her pajamas, in the warmth of her own basement, sophomore Ally Braaten is able to simply turn on her Chromebook’s webcam and be immersed in a classroom setting. With essentially being trapped in their houses, students and teachers alike have to find ways to go on with their lives,...

How to shop for groceries online

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Nicole Darnall

April 26, 2020

Food. Meat, vegetables, grains, fruit, and dairy. It is on everyone’s mind at least three times a day. For many it can be more. Food can make you feel happy and bring friends and family together. So when our country’s stay at home order was placed because of COVID-19, our whole country was in shock....

“Stranded Views from Quarantine” Preformed by Huntley High School’s Theatre Workshop Class

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Ashley Reilly

April 24, 2020

Everyday during third hour twenty students gather with english and theatre teacher Christine DeFrancesco in the PAC to attend their Theatre Workshop Class. A class that teachers students skills they need to know to be successful in the theatre world. With the COVID-19 pandemic Huntley High School has...

Monsters of the Midway: Issue #4

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Ethan Babicz

April 24, 2020

As the baseball season was in the midst of spring training and football was preparing for the upcoming draft, the Coronavirus pandemic struck all sports swiftly and proceeded to shut down nearly every sport in its wake. It is tragic that something of this magnitude has occurred and I wish for the swi...