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This spider you will want in your house

This spider you will want in your house

Riley Chadwick

November 5, 2019

As we approach winter, where the air starts to get dry and you cannot open the windows anymore, people tend to rely on plants. Plants produce oxygen while purifying the air by absorbing carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, and xylene. By simply having one of these plants in your room, it will increase pro...

Book to Big Screen: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Book to Big Screen: “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

Skylar Sharkey

October 31, 2019

You’ve spent weeks anticipating your favorite book’s movie adaptation. You’ve obsessed over the cast, meticulously examined the soundtrack, poured over the fan theories. You’ve cleared your schedule to ensure you’re available to see your favorite characters come to life on the big screen. You...

Read and Relax: “Flashback”

Read and Relax: “Flashback”

Jimmie Soriano

October 27, 2019

Flashback Just for a second, you look up Swear that something was there Though, everytime you look back There’s nothing to see but air   You get up this time It’s really bothering you now You can’t focus on your work Well…not like that’s new anyhow   You walk ...

Hot Off the Dress: Rafael De La Paz

Hot Off the Dress: Rafael De La Paz

Amelia Pozniak and Maddie Meucci

October 21, 2019

As summer quickly transitions into fall, so do our wardrobes! Students at Huntley High School strut the halls in their cozy cardigans and boots as it is finally “sweater weather!” The evidence is obvious; from Instagram fashion gurus to online fashion articles, the evident and desired fashion...

In the Spotlight: “Come from Away”

In the Spotlight: “Come from Away”

Sara Hursey

October 12, 2019

With its powerful story, percussive music, and witty dialogue, this month’s musical in the spotlight is "Come from Away." I saw the show in August with my choir, and each of us loved it. Created by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, "Come from Away" tells the true story of Gander, a small town in Newf...

It Grows Without Saying: Four O’Clocks, the late bloomers

It Grows Without Saying: Four O’Clocks, the late bloomers

Riley Chadwick

September 26, 2019

As I come home from an excruciating school day, the last thing I want to do is homework. This can be said about most teenagers these days but instead of dwelling on my seven-hour school day, I go outside to my garden. When I come home, usually around 3-3:45 p.m. depending on if I have club meetings,...

Q/A with junior Taylor Stephenson

Q/A with junior Taylor Stephenson

Danielle Rhody

May 6, 2019

Every month, I ask a Huntley High School student or faculty member 10 random questions to get to know them better. This month, I interviewed junior Taylor Stephenson.   Q: What is your favorite social media? A: I like Instagram the best. I think it is a better representation of what people...

Tea Time Blog: Accent vs. Dialect

Tea Time Blog: Accent vs. Dialect

Ayman Mirkhan

March 18, 2019

English Accents. Oh, how fun they are to imitate. Discussing when “tea time is” and how much British people “love crumpets and are snobby” always enlightens the room with laughter (insert sarcasm). However, people nowadays cannot fathom the true diversity that is within an English accent. I, ...

Q/A with senior Sydney Kerin

Q/A with senior Sydney Kerin

Danielle Rhody

February 23, 2019

Every month, I ask a Huntley High School student or faculty member 10 random questions to get to know them better. This month, I interviewed senior Sydney Kerin. Q: What is your favorite book? A: “Six of Crows” for sure. Kaz is just so cool. Q: What is your favorite class? A: Sociolog...

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