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A corsage worn around the wrist, signifying the beauty of the night.

The rise of homecoming

The Student Council has bigger and better plans for Huntley High School's Homecoming this year.
By Sharon Omoniyi
September 21, 2022

Music blasted with the intent to entertain, shoes trampled the mildly wet grass, sparkly dresses glimmered in the distance, and silk textured suits surrounded...

Varsity boys basketball team jumping up to shoot the ball, masks below the nose and chin.

To wear or not to wear?

The debate of mask-wearing during sports continues
By Lindsay Schaffter
February 5, 2022

The fluorescent colors from the TV across the room shine everywhere as an NBA basketball game comes on. You see players moving across the screen and the...

HHS nurse working to ensure student safety (L. Acevedo)

Undercover heroes

Huntley nurses are more than they seem
By Luma Acevedo
October 21, 2021

Not all heroes wear capes. Four women are in charge of making sure everyone at Huntley High School is kept healthy. These women are Donna Kunz, Lindsie...

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Online learning strikes

Students feel like they are not getting enough resources when quarantined
By Maria Loiseau
October 19, 2021

After only a few months back to in-person learning, many students are experiencing online learning once again. Even with the rules and regulations Huntley...

Students rush out of their classes toward the buses. (M. Terranova)

Social distancing becomes a distant memory within the halls of Huntley

By Mira Terranova
September 28, 2021

As the first bell rings at 7:25 a.m., the 3,000 students of Huntley High School rush to their first class. The main staircase is packed with students hustling...

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March BOE Meeting

By Austin Zenaty
March 20, 2021

At 6 p.m on March 18, the members of the District 158 Board of Education began their monthly meeting via Zoom. They sat down to talk publicly about whether...

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Board of Education discusses cost of school lunches

By Steven Schumacher
February 5, 2021

The Board of Education met on Jan. 21 to discuss multiple issues, including the revenue and cost of school lunches, and how they benefit our district. “Food...

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First Week of Hybrid Recap

By Kate Alvarado
February 3, 2021

The week of Jan. 25, District 158 transitioned into its long-awaited hybrid learning model. Having rolled out this plan early first semester, the shift...

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Huntley’s indoor farmer market bustles with life despite Coronavirus setbacks

By Kaitlyn Ziebell
November 15, 2020

The smell of freshly baked goods and the sound of muffled chatter and laughter greet you as you walk in through the open Legion Hall’s doors. On both...

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