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Should we wear masks and gloves in public?
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...

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Is Zoom really the best option?
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...

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Should everyone practice social distancing?
Trevor Book April 22, 2020

Even though many people do not like social distancing, everyone should practice it. The coronavirus started in January, and according to WorldOmeter,...

A view of post-COVID-19 grocery shopping
A view of post-COVID-19 grocery shopping
Ashley Reilly April 14, 2020

Walking into the grocery store, customers grab carts and baskets. Some customers are carrying children with them and others are talking on cell...

Should Huntley High School cancel finals?
Should Huntley High School cancel finals?
Natalie VonderHeide April 12, 2020

As Huntley’s 2019-2020 school year comes to an end, the most stressful time of the year approaches, but with some social distancing put into...

Are honors classes worth it?
Are honors classes worth it?
Annaliese Harper March 11, 2020

Imagine you fail an honors math class. You retake it, still honors, and get an A your second time taking the class. Your teacher doesn’t understand...

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What's in my water?
Ruhi Gulati March 11, 2020

On Oct. 7, 2019, during a hot, sunny day reaching the upper 70s, varsity girls tennis 1 Doubles player Michelle Barnvos grabs her towel from...

Opinion: retrograde will tear us apart
Opinion: retrograde will tear us apart
Alex O'Connell February 29, 2020

High school is an experimental time for teenagers; everyone is struggling to “find their place” in this world. So many students go through...

The future entrepreneurs of HHS
The future entrepreneurs of HHS
Bailey Lim February 25, 2020

With the small options of finance and economics courses, Huntley High School students wait for a course to proceed with the goal of learning...

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Miss HHS?
Molly Baker February 18, 2020

On Feb. 6, Huntley High School held the 11th annual Mr. HHS competition. The contestants had to prep, campaign, and practice for the last couple...

The app
New Hoop app poses danger to user's privacy
Caitlyn Gooden February 14, 2020

Hoop is a relatively new app that has sprung into the spotlight of popularity among teenagers. It can be downloaded for free on the app store...

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How tough should seniors make their schedules?
Ethan Babicz February 10, 2020

As senior Ari Saez looked at her class registration page, a smile crept across her face. Her senior year schedule was complete, and it was perfect....

Are finals worth all the stress and frustration?
Are finals worth all the stress and frustration?
Amanda Brooks January 30, 2020

High-schoolers hear that finals make or break their grades all the time. In the case of students who are doing well, that statement doesn’t...

A change of tradition: Huntley
A change of tradition: Huntley's single-colored graduation gowns cause controversy
Erin Richardson January 27, 2020

When looking back on the first day of high school, it was a day to start new beginnings and begin creating who you are. Then four years fly by,...

New Years Resolutions: Why can
New Years Resolutions: Why can't people stick with them?
Lindsey Leigh January 27, 2020

As the year comes to a close, people get ready for a new year. So much is possible; both good and bad. Many hope for a better year and a clean...

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