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Abby Panier

Abby Panier, Editor in Chief

Abby Panier is the Co-Editor in Chief of The Voice, it’s her third year on staff. A highlight of her summer was going to the filming sight of “Miraculous Ladybug” and bingeing “New Girl.” In her free time, she’s either listening to music, watching LOTR, or golfing.

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Pahl measures the temperature of the soil in his ecocolumn during his AP Environmental Science class.

In his element

Junior Billy Pahl makes the decision to jumpstart his future by graduating one year early
November 17, 2022

Thump.  The plastic crackles as junior William “Billy” Pahl carefully situates his group’s ecocolumn on the lab table. Eyeing the green shoots...

Baking Alternatives With an Amateur Chef: Season 2 Episode 2

Baking Alternatives With an Amateur Chef: Season 2 Episode 2

Join Abby Panier as she bakes Lunch Lady Brownies with gluten-free and partially dairy-free alternatives!
November 4, 2022

Baking Alternatives With an Amateur Chef: Season 2 Episode 1

Baking Alternatives With an Amateur Chef: Season 2 Episode 1

Join Abby Panier as she recreates DoubleTree's signature cookies with different flour alternatives!
October 10, 2022

RAD LatinX Event

RAD LatinX Event

Huntley gets together to celebrate Latinx heritage month through food and dancing
September 25, 2022

 

A high school student works on a math problem in Raider Aid.

NHS members tutor their way to success

Junior Megha Jacob leads math tutoring small group at the middle schools
April 19, 2022

When someone mentions a tutor, what comes to mind? Maybe a college student trying to make extra cash, a parent doing their best to remember the anatomy...

Board of Education announces district changes, updates on mask-wearing

Board of Education announces district changes, updates on mask-wearing

Recap of the rescheduled Feb. 10 meeting
February 11, 2022

The Huntley School District 158 held its monthly Board of Education meeting this Thursday, Feb. 10. Because of scheduling conflicts, the Feb. 3 and Feb....

“Whimsy” created by Elizabeth Ingrassia for the NIU annual Invitational Art Exhibition.

Exhibition takes art beyond the classroom

Seven HHS students represent at Northern Illinois University
November 9, 2021

To Kelsie Lopriore, art is like finishing a homework problem. Ever since her first art classes at age 8, that satisfaction of a project done well has...

 A boy sits on the roof of a car to watch the movie projected on the screen. (A. Panier)

First Friday Nights: drive-in movie kicks off spooky season

October 2, 2021

On the evening of Oct. 1, the classic Halloween song, “I Put a Spell on You,” cuts through the thick, warm air in the Sew Hop’d and Union Special...

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Sun City pen pals connect through pen and paper

May 13, 2021

With direct messaging and emails immediately sending online, physical mail has dwindled to the occasional holiday card and dreaded bills. Who needs letters...

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The pandemic cannot stop student volunteers

March 19, 2021

Click. The white screen blinds the Silver Cord sponsor for a moment as she waits for Innerview.org to load. The rich royal purple floods the web page....

Orchesis Shift: an artistic experience

Orchesis’ “Shift”: an artistic experience

January 30, 2021

As the lights dim and darkness envelops the Performing Arts Center, the excitement of the dancers is tangible. Music begins to float through space as the...

Courtesy of District 158

Mental health training leads discussion on avoided subjects

November 15, 2020

With a pandemic, the new normal, and another lock-down looming, talk about mental health has only increased. On Saturday, Nov. 14, the first Parent University:...

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Physical education teachers persevere through e-learning

October 6, 2020

Monday morning, the lights flicker on as she walks into her home gym. Surrounded by various exercise machines and equipment, she boots up her laptop and...

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