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Sandra Skiba

Sandra Skiba, Marketing Manager

Sandra Skiba is a marketing manager for The Voice, it's her 2nd year on staff. Sandra likes to read and usually spends her nights at home with tea. Her current favorite authors are Colleen Hoover and Christina Lauren. She loves to travel and her dream would be to visit Alaska.


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Huntley High School students photographed with Senator DeWitte at Judson University.

Fowler takes students on a new political experience

Youth Advisory Council allows students to speak with Senate staff and learn more about the political world
November 17, 2022

Rennee Fowler invites her AP Government and Politics classes on a trip to Judson University in Elgin for the Youth Advisory Council. Youth Advisory Council...

Medical Academy certification

Are academies worth it?

October 25, 2022

Academies at Huntley High School have become an excellent source for students to use to explore the field they are interested in. Joining an academy requires...

Students at Prom crowd around the DJ on the dance floor.

Prom makes a come-back

Huntley High School brings back tradition after pandemic
May 3, 2022

Hundreds of students started their Saturday morning preparing for a night they have waited years for. Prom day is one of the most exciting events for juniors...

On the hit reality show Love is Blind, couples date and eventually get engaged before seeing their partner.

Love is deaf, not blind

New episodes of "Love is Blind" were released, but the show fails to live up to its name by feeding off an audience's love for drama.
February 17, 2022

A second season of “Love is Blind” was introduced to Netflix on Feb. 11, and it is crazier than the last. The ultimate question: is love really blind?...

Pictured after students threw The Voice magazines into the toilet.

Disrespect from students to The Voice magazines

November 10, 2021

It’s no secret that the disrespect that has been going on surrounding The Voice has gotten out of hand. Magazines are being thrown around, stolen, shoved...

The area around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is still uninhabitable for humans, but many ecosystems have bounced back and begun to thrive. (Courtesy of Brendan Dowling)

Dowling visits Chernobyl 35 years later

September 28, 2021

You're walking through a town, but it's empty, abandoned, and falling apart. Left the same way it was 35 years ago.  The tragedy of Chernobyl, a nuclear...

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