The Voice

The Voice

The Voice

Delaney Cairns

Delaney Cairns, Floating Editor

Delaney Cairns is a third-year staff writer for The Voice and a Floating Editor this year. In her free time, Delaney is an Irish dancer, runner, and enjoys hanging out with friends. She also loves music (especially Taylor Swift) and thrifting.

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Students sit at a panel at the Recognizing American Diversity LGBTQ+ event.

LGBTQ+ event promotes acceptance, inclusion

Recognizing American Diversity holds panel for members of the LGBTQ+ community to speak their truth.
May 3, 2022

When Sarah Christenson walked into the high school, she was surrounded by rainbows. While she was attending to support her boyfriend Mackx Mize as they...

Huntley’s freshmen-sophomore team receiving their second-place medals.
(D. Cairns)

Math Team’s smarts sums up to success

Huntley’s math team competes at the Hononegah Invite on Jan. 29.
January 31, 2022

The yellow bus rolled out of the parking lot at 7 a.m. with 20 of Huntley High School’s best math students. They were headed to their meet at Hononegah...

Swift performing at her original Red tour in March, 2013, singing We Are Never Getting Back Together in the classic outfit.

“Red (Taylor’s Version)” revives old fan favorites

Singer remains relevant with her childhood staple albums coming back with a modern feel
November 15, 2021

I watch the clock in the upper left corner of my phone turn 11 p.m. and I refresh my Spotify. Everything freezes, the sole amount of people logging on...

Torre and friends hike in the mountains of Basque Country. (Courtesy of Nahia Torre)

Nahia Torre sees Huntley through outside eyes

September 24, 2021

When Nahia Torre heard word from her soon-to-be host, she was devastated. She had been looking forward to this experience for over two years and felt as...

Courtesy of Brittney Burak

Positivity on the track field leads to great success

May 20, 2021

In an individual-based sport like track and field, it is easy to lose sight of the team aspect. It is very common to see runners leave after their events,...

Courtesy of District158.org

D158 Board elections takes a surprising turn

April 28, 2021

As students have driven to the high school over the past couple of weeks, they have been greeted by the mass of campaign signs lining the streets. However,...

The life of Isabella Doles

The life of Isabella Doles

February 19, 2021

16 years old, the age you get your driver's license. You are just beginning to look at life through the eyes of an adult, and you are not yet done growing,...

Board of Education discusses remote planning days

Board of Education discusses remote planning days

December 5, 2020

In the record short Board of Education meeting on December 3, the Board members discussed a few topics concerning adding a new remote planning day, updates...

Breanna and Brittney Burak pace their way to victory

Breanna and Brittney Burak pace their way to victory

October 26, 2020

The gun blared and the giant crowd of girls began their strides toward the blue flag in the distance. The crisp air of the Saturday morning stung their...

Kimberly with fellow flight attendants before COVID-19

…to be a flight attendant

April 20, 2020
as told by Kimberly Putty
Huntley girls track and field places first at Rockford Auburn Invitational

Huntley girls track and field places first at Rockford Auburn Invitational

March 9, 2020

Bright and early, at 6 a.m., the girls track and field team were awake and on the bus getting ready to run with everything they have in them. The athletes...

The Yearbook Scavenger Hunt Episode: 3

The Yearbook Scavenger Hunt Episode: 3

January 30, 2020