The Voice

Song of the week: “Stuck on the Puzzle”

Song of the week: “Stuck on the Puzzle”

Courtney Thomas

February 14, 2017

his song was requested by our very own features editor, Natalie Trzeciak. Alex Turner, the lead singer in Arctic Monkeys, has not only been backed by a band, but has also been a soloist. Turner released an EP titled "Submarine" for the movie "Submarine" in 2011. His song "Stuck on the Puzzle" is unique in...

HHS hosts meeting for Presidential Inauguration trip

HHS hosts meeting for Presidential Inauguration trip

Natalie Trzeciak

May 4, 2016

n April 20, at 7 p.m., students and parents gathered in the cafeteria eagerly awaiting the beginning of the meeting that would introduce them to the trip of a lifetime. Social studies teacher Nathan Schmitt will be traveling with approximately 40 students to see the 2017 Presidential Inauguration....

Foreign Language Week preparations go into action

Foreign Language Week preparations go into action

Natalie Trzeciak

March 11, 2016

tudents flooded the hallways that were freshly decorated with colorful flags, signs, and t-shirts scattered on the walls. They slowly made their way towards their classes awaiting the two-minute bell music that would signal the approach of yet another school day. Their morning conversations were suddenl...

BOE discusses potential parking lot expansion at HHS

BOE discusses potential parking lot expansion at HHS

Natalie Trzeciak

February 26, 2016

he District 158 Board of Education shuffled through the doorway and quickly took their seats as they awaited the arrival of the general public. After the observers had taken their seats, Marlowe Middle School students, along with Principal Adam Zehr, led the Pledge of Allegiance to mark the start of...

HHS Bands participate in first Culver’s Fundraiser

HHS Bands participate in first Culver’s Fundraiser

Natalie Trzeciak

January 21, 2016

swirl of snowflakes and a harsh wind filled the air as customers sought refuge under the snow coated roof of Culver’s. They shook the snow off their boots and rushed inside to bring the feeling back to their fingers. The only thing more welcoming than the warmth was the smiling face of a Marching...

Huntley bands present the annual Winter Band Concert

Huntley bands present the annual Winter Band Concert

Natalie Trzeciak

December 3, 2015

oft chatter filled the auditorium as family and friends took their seats. Audience members flipped through their programs as a group of Santa Claus hats in the first few rows, waited patiently for their turn. The lights began to dim as a single clarinet played the tuning note. On Dec. 1, the Huntley H...

HHS Presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream

HHS Presents A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Natalie Trzeciak

November 15, 2015

hree chandeliers were suspended over a small, square stage. Dim lights, which were hung from a single tree, lit up the faces of the closely packed crowd. The experience was up close and personal, the way Shakespeare himself would've intended. On Thursday Nov. 13, Huntley High School students presented, “A M...

HHS Annual Homecoming Parade Involves Community

HHS Annual Homecoming Parade Involves Community

Natalie Trzeciak

October 2, 2015

n Wednesday, Sept. 30, parents and students of all ages took advantage of the fall weather while watching the annual Homecoming Parade. The parade, which lasted from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., started in Ol’ Timers Park and ended at Ruth Road.   Nine clubs and 14 sports walked in the parade. Parade...

Hitting Every Note

Hitting Every Note

Palak Patel

May 28, 2015

ophomore Natalie Trzeciak sits, perched on the edge of her seat, her hands drumming an impossible rhythm. She can feel her hands getting clammy. She hates that. It makes the bow harder to hold and it makes her posture poorer. Her name is called and she stands, alone, and marches onto the stage wi...

Natalie Trzeciak