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Thrift Shopping Finds with Olivia Mack

Thrift Shopping Finds with Olivia Mack

Olivia Mack

November 15, 2018

The other day I went to Goodwill in Huntley with our photo editor, Arianna Sanchez. We found an abundance of clothes! I was able to find a couple pairs of jeans as well, which proved to be a success as they all fit me very nicely, from brands ranging from Garage and Aeropostale. Arianna, on the other...

New club Model United Nations brings international events to the classroom

New club Model United Nations brings international events to the classroom

Mady Borst

October 12, 2018

Model United Nations is a new club at Huntley High School for the 2018-19 school year, and it provides students with global awareness, life-long skills, and memorable experiences.   Todd Swartzloff, who teaches AP US History, AP US History Blended, and Current Issues, is the sponsor for Model UN...

Cucina Bella: The Go-to Place for Italian Food

Cucina Bella: The Go-to Place for Italian Food

Mady Borst

September 26, 2018

I admired the red and yellow hues from the stained-glass windows as they shined onto the brick walls. I cherished every bite I took of my authentic, savory meal, and enjoyed the Italian music playing in the background of each family and friend’s conversation. It’s no wonder why Cucina Bella was ...

Michael Cohen: Trapped in the Eye of the Storm(y)

Michael Cohen: Trapped in the Eye of the Storm(y)

Madison Barr

April 23, 2018

In the era of Trump, it is hard to think of someone in his administration who has not been fired or charged with federal offenses. The most recent Trump affiliate under fire is Michael Cohen. Cohen is an attorney who works personally for Trump, but prior to his appointment, he worked as the Executive...

We the Students

We the Students

Madison Barr

February 23, 2018

53 lives. 53 lives have been directly and physically affected by school shootings a month and a half into the new year of 2018. 33 have been injured while 20 lie dead. Communities are shattered, hearts are broken. As per every shooting, we run through the usual schedule led by thoughts and...

Miller v. Tapper: The Great Debate

Miller v. Tapper: The Great Debate

Madison Barr

January 25, 2018

After the fallout of the explosive Stephen Miller and Jake Tapper interview on CNN's "State of the Union," Miller has been declared combative and aggressive once again. Stephen Miller was named the National Policy Director of Trump's transition team in the month of Nov. 2016 with the same team later...

The Prairie Ridge Wolves Manage a Win Against the Red Raiders

The Prairie Ridge Wolves Manage a Win Against the Red Raiders

Emily Kindl

January 24, 2018

n Jan. 23 at 7 p.m., Huntley’s varsity boys basketball team faced the Prairie Ridge Wolves in the East Gym. From the start, the energy coming from both sets of bleachers maintained a tangibility. The support from Huntley and Prairie Ridge was well balanced, and almost promised for a close and tough gam...

Theme of the Month: Doppelgänger

Theme of the Month: Doppelgänger

Braden Turk

January 18, 2018

Theme of the Month is an article series designed to investigate the best films that fall under a certain category. This month focuses on the topic of “dopplegängers,” the German word that translates roughly to “double-goer:” a person who could look exactly like you.   “The Dou...

Is it really ‘The Last Jedi?’

Is it really ‘The Last Jedi?’

Madison Barr

December 19, 2017

After "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" premiered two years ago on Dec. 18, 2015, later followed by "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story," the hype has been unreal in regard to the latest installation into the "Star Wars" universe, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," directed by Rian Johnson. The film closely follows...

A letter to the readers… | Cindy Jimenez

A letter to the readers… | Cindy Jimenez

Emily Kindl

December 15, 2017

’m the type of person that gives people advice but is never for following their own advice. I know a lot of people are like that, but for me it’s different; I just don’t take advice in general. I would’ve loved to plan for my future and maybe things wouldn’t have ended the way they are now. ...

Cassandra Clare’s “The Mortal Instruments”

Cassandra Clare’s “The Mortal Instruments”

daniellerhody

December 13, 2017

“The Mortal Instruments” series by Cassandra Clare is a six book series written in present day New York. The first book in the series is “City of Bones.” The series revolves around Clary Fray, a 16-year-old girl, who lives in Brooklyn with her mother, Jocelyn Fray. After witnessing an event n...

A spectacular night of “One Acts”

A spectacular night of “One Acts”

Emma Kubelka

December 13, 2017

Christmas lights dully lit the choir room the evenings of Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9. Soft music quietly played in the background, but was soon drowned out by laughter or passionate dialogues. With each act, the audience was emotionally involved. For the past three weeks, freshmen and sophom...

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