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Ruhi Gulati

Ruhi Gulati, Floating Editor

Ruhi Gulati is a floating editor for the Voice, and it's her 3rd year on staff. In her free time, she enjoys reading rom-coms or fantasy novels, cuddling with her dog, and eating out with her friends and family.

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The diamond of Netflix

The diamond of Netflix

“Bridgerton’s” portrayal of South Asian representation has never been seen before.
May 3, 2022

The season’s diamond. At the mention of these three words, every “Bridgerton” fan perks up their ears and shifts closer to the edge of their seat,...

Branaghs latest- “Death on the Nile” takes death to a whole new level

Branagh’s latest- “Death on the Nile” takes death to a whole new level

“Death on the Nile” poses a new question for viewers: is love worth dying for?
February 16, 2022

Imagine you are drifting in the secluded waters of the Nile aboard the S.S. Karnak cruise for a celebration of love- a wedding party for the esteemed heiress...

HHS will offer 16 dual credit courses in the next school year

Huntley takes a step in the right direction with the new dual degree program

Through a partnership with Mchenry County College, HHS students now have the opportunity to graduate with a diploma and an associate degree.
December 2, 2021

For many Huntley High School students, attending a university after graduation is the goal. However, for students who cannot afford a chance at higher...

Jon poses with one of the many medals in his collection (Courtesy of J. Garcia)

Science Olympiad Captain Jon Garcia is ready to pass on his torch

Senior Jon Garcia incorporates team-building activities to recruit underclassmen and invoke passion
October 27, 2021

In the corner of his crowded room, there is a large ball made of blue pipe cleaners along with other miscellaneous objects. Next to this peculiar model,...

Bebe Rexha’s new album “Better Mistakes” is definitely not a mistake

Bebe Rexha’s new album “Better Mistakes” is definitely not a mistake

May 17, 2021

As I roll my windows down and turn up the volume of my stereo, I instantly begin to tap my toe against the side of my tiny silver Hyundai to the beat of...

First day of in-person learning marks the transition to normal school

First day of in-person learning marks the transition to normal school

April 6, 2021

Junior Kareena Patel eagerly walks toward the building, excited for her third “first day” of school. After waking up to birds chirping outside her...

Huntley honors seniors through Senior Appreciation Day

Huntley honors seniors through Senior Appreciation Day

February 22, 2021

The Class of 2021 is arguably the COVID pandemic’s largest victim as their entire senior year- their time to celebrate 11 years of school- is completely...

Courtesy of Sunni Kwon

NHS President Sunni Kwon goes big

December 18, 2020

Junior Sunni Kwon wipes the sweat from her forehead with the back of her hand. Her fingers drip with paint, but she does not notice. She is focused on...

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We need more asynchronous learning

October 22, 2020

Every single day is the exact same. You wake up, log onto Zoom, and spend the next seven hours staring at a computer screen. Then, you spend the rest of...

The Art of Eating 2.0

The Art of Eating 2.0

October 21, 2020

Dr. Mark Santa Ines

… to work on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic

April 20, 2020
As told by Dr. Mark Santa Ines
Whats in my water?

What’s in my water?

March 11, 2020

On Oct. 7, 2019, during a hot, sunny day reaching the upper 70s, varsity girls tennis 1 Doubles player Michelle Barnvos grabs her towel from the bench...

The Yearbook Scavenger Hunt Episode: 3

The Yearbook Scavenger Hunt Episode: 3

January 30, 2020