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Zoe Emerson

Zoe Emerson, Floating Editor

Zoe Emerson is a third-year floating editor for The Voice. Zoe can be found jamming to music through her speaker, as well as doing schoolwork. Zoe aspires to be a sports writer, and she hopes to make a mark in the world of journalism.


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Students learn about a variety of topics in their language courses, which leads to growth in many academic areas.

More than a language

World language courses provide countless benefits to students.
By Zoe Emerson
March 19, 2023

Most students are aware of Huntley High School’s graduation requirements. Students have to take courses in a variety of areas to meet educational standards,...

On top of teaching Conceptual Physics classes, Garcia also teaches the year-long Electronics course.

Science teacher gravitates to potential

Physics teacher Daniel Garcia positively impacts students.
By Zoe Emerson
January 30, 2023

The first day of school is full of excitement for students and faculty alike. The new school year is a Renaissance, as it is a time of great change. When...

The Red Raiders huddle together during a time-out to come up with a strategy for the remainder of the game.

Huntley’s Cinderella season cut short

The Red Raiders fought valiantly until the end; wrote a new chapter in HHS football history
By Zoe Emerson
October 31, 2022

The playoffs are an exciting time for players and fans alike, and Huntley High School’s varsity football team is no exception. As the Red Raiders warmed...

On & Off the Ice with Zoe Emerson

On & Off the Ice with Zoe Emerson

Zoe talks trades, games, and series within the NHL!
By Zoe Emerson, Floating Editor
October 19, 2022

 The family of four have different types of animals living on their farm, and they work nonstop to take care of them all.

Family of four run eggcellent operation

The farm of Harmony Road is a fixture in the community
By Zoe Emerson
October 17, 2022

Making the drive or being driven to Huntley High School is something that nearly everybody in the school community experiences. There are multiple routes...

Senior Jori Heard pitches the ball as her teammates look on.

Varsity softball slides their way to victory

Huntley dominates Crystal Lake Central over six innings
By Zoe Emerson
April 28, 2022

As Huntley High School’s Red Raiders prepared for their game against the Crystal Lake Central Tigers on April 26, the distinct chill in the air was...

Miles Kruse remains positive through medical challenges

Miles Kruse remains positive through medical challenges

Senior's journey with Type 1 Diabetes
By Zoe Emerson
February 13, 2022

Living with diabetes is no simple feat. From fluctuating blood sugar levels to the utilization of insulin pens, diabetes is a grueling condition that can...

Isa Kusiolek acting in a scene from A Midsummer Night’s Dream with her fellow actors. (Courtesy of Isa Kusiolek)

Junior finds passion in the spotlight, learns valuable lessons

Junior Isa Kusiolek flourishes in her lead role in "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"
By Zoe Emerson
November 27, 2021

It may seem daunting to some to perform in an auditorium packed with hundreds of people, but for junior Isa Kusiolek, theater is something that has always...

 It is time for Huntley High School students to stop using violence to settle conflicts with their peers. (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Violence needs to be knocked out of Huntley High School

By Zoe Emerson
September 30, 2021

It is no secret that most students at Huntley High School are under a considerable amount of stress. From homework to exams, personal lives to jobs, students...

Covid tracing in Huntley High School

Covid tracing in Huntley High School

By Zoe Emerson
May 22, 2021

“I want to inform you that our school has received a report of a positive case of COVID-19 within our school community.” This phrase has become...

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COVID-19 course selection should be treated with leniency

By Zoe Emerson
March 19, 2021

The course selection process is a stressful time for any student. With COVID-19 still keeping a vast majority of students out of the building, the administration...

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Andrew Ressler slides into varsity baseball

By Zoe Emerson
January 19, 2021

Making a high school varsity sports team is an achievement worth celebrating, even more so as a freshman. Andrew Ressler, currently a sophomore, knows...

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District 158 nurses prep for the students

By Zoe Emerson
November 10, 2020

The COVID-19 global pandemic has been stressful for a lot of people. Many are getting sick, dying, struggling financially, and dealing with anxiety about...

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Board of Education approves debt resolution, setting stage for financial restructuring

By Zoe Emerson
October 4, 2020

A special Board of Education meeting was held on Thursday, Oct. 1 to address the state of the financial restructuring resolution that was originally approved...

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