The Voice

A letter to the readers… | Cindy Jimenez

A letter to the readers… | Cindy Jimenez

Emily Kindl

December 15, 2017

’m the type of person that gives people advice but is never for following their own advice. I know a lot of people are like that, but for me it’s different; I just don’t take advice in general. I would’ve loved to plan for my future and maybe things wouldn’t have ended the way they are now. ...

Keeping Passions at Hand

Keeping Passions at Hand

Ashley O'Brien

November 17, 2015

he anticipation of singing is what keeps Senior Lauren Aceron going everyday. Guitar in her hands, and her mic near by, Aceron has a passion for singing unlike any other. "It takes all the stress away from all the tests and quizzes I have to get ready for," said Aceron. Aceron has been singing as...

Mission Possible: impacting lives through the power of Christ

Mission Possible: impacting lives through the power of Christ

Mawa Iqbal

November 5, 2015

e was eating a small lunch of carrots and ham sandwiches with his fellow missionaries when he noticed a figure move in the distant prairie. A lanky, hunched over Native American man began to approach their wooden picnic table, but suddenly stopped 20 feet away. “Can I come closer?” he asked softly, visibl...

Half A World Away

Half A World Away

Camille Paddock

September 23, 2015

A mix of emotions flood through her. Anxious, excited, scared. Traveling to a foreign country is not something new to senior Sofia Premoli, but being alone is. “I wanted to see something different, to see how life is away from Italy,” said Premoli. Since school in Italy is so different from...

Taking Spanish up a Step

Taking Spanish up a Step

Courtney Thomas

April 1, 2015

he started as a substitute teacher at Huntley High School. Then she got hired as a teacher. She has taught spanish two and three for years now. But this year is different. Amanda Robles, one of the many spanish teachers at HHS, has been challenged this school year by teaching her first ac...

Skating Through Ice

Skating Through Ice

Samantha Reyes

March 8, 2015

he cold hits her first. As soon as she opens the doors to step onto the floor, she feels it.  She hates the cold, but she loves the sport. Sophomore An Nguyen began figure skating at the age of 10, when her parents noticed her admiration for the grace of the figure skaters she watched on television.  ...

The track to recovery

The track to recovery

Rachel Brands

April 16, 2014

Most people can't fathom why anyone would want to run for fun. Other people, like Rebecca Cords, can't imagine having a different hobby. Rebecca's track career started in elementary school, when she excelled at running the mile during gym class and because of it, her fifth grade gym teacher recommended she join the track team next year. "It was the ...

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