Friday, January 19, 2018
Pro vs. Con Yes, students should take online classes Kayla Summerville Staff Writer
The most beautiful moment of science fiction in the history of television, the 50th anniversary of the British television show, “Doctor Who” came to life. Airing across the globe on Nov. 23, at 1:50 p.m. CST., the world went silent in anticipation. Whovians around the world waited in awe of what could be the most epic moment in television history.
Over 2,750 students fill the halls of Huntley high school, about a quarter of them sophomores. As required by state, these students are put into driver’s education classes. If old enough, freshmen can jump in, but only outside of school. Huntley has its rules.
In the past few weeks, I’ve been thinking about what my New Year’s resolution is going to be. Now I’m fully informed that New Year’s resolutions can happen on any day of the year since they’re just motivators plopped on...
Having such long breaks over the summer is a thing of the past. They were originally intended to give students a break during the hotter months of the year in order to combat problems like heat exhaustion. However, almost...

Unfair funding

Maybe the way funding is allotted at HHS is unfair when things like Fine Arts classes, debate, Sci-O, and color guard have more accomplishments than sports. While sports should remain just as important, other major extracurricular groups should be equally appreciated.