Monday, May 21, 2018
The bell rings, signaling the end of fourth hour. I walk out the door of my math classroom and go as fast as I can through the hall to get to lunch, hoping I can get a table with enough chairs. Most days I am successful, but there are some days I end up eating my lunch on the floor, which is definitely not appealing.
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.
The Northwestern football team has shaken up the world of college sports.  On March 26, the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the team’s players have the right to unionize.  The unionization movement, led by former quarterback Kain Colter,...
Anything actually worth seeing during opening weekend is normally sold-out before you even arrive at the theater. So, Fandango is the only way to go if you even remotely want to try seeing a movie. After taxes and Fandango's courtesy fee, you spend $14 on a ticket before even stepping foot into the theater
In a world of constant hustle and bustle, it can be hard to slow down and really appreciate the people around you. Throughout my time in high school, I’ve observed a lot of great social interactions where people are accepting and even appreciative of others. Unfortunately, I’ve also observed a lot of people reacting to others with blatant annoyance.

Apples to Humanity

What is fascinating? Peanuts, music, beach balls, or mushrooms? According to my friend, mushrooms are. How was such a conclusion made? With the help of the classic card game, Apples to Apples, of course. How it is played is a green card with an adjective is placed face up in the middle of the table.