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What to Watch Next: “Pulp Fiction”

What to Watch Next:

Alex Hartleb

December 16, 2019

The stories of two partnered hitman, a boxer, and a mob boss and his wife all intermingle with one another in Quentin Tarantino’s amazing second film “Pulp Fiction." The movies is split into three different parts, starting with the two hitman, Vincent Vega (played by John Travolta) and Jules Wi...

Boys bowling falls short of South Elgin

Boys bowling falls short of South Elgin

Ryder Shepardson

December 11, 2019

As the lights dim down, the bowlers position themselves in front of each lane. Players begin to polish their shiny balls, their shoes squeaking as they walk across the lanes. Suddenly, all at once, the sound of pins tumbling over begins to overwhelm the room. Huntley’s very own boys bowling team squar...

Huntley’s girls swim team success blows everyone out of the water

Huntley’s girls swim team success blows everyone out of the water

Ruhi Gulati

November 20, 2019

On a late, breezy evening, coach Jenna Gaudio asks her swimmers to introduce themselves to each other for their first day of practice. As the sun starts to set and it’s time for the girls to go home, Gaudio asks her swimmers one question: Do you think we can win the conference? Going into the s...

The Red Raiders’ Boys Bowling Team Falls to St. Charles North

The Red Raiders' Boys Bowling Team Falls to St. Charles North

Danielle Rhody

December 5, 2018

The Red Raiders’ boys bowling team team lost to the St. Charles North Stars on Dec. 4. The team was led by junior Joseph Kern, with a total of 636 pins, sophomore Jerik Alcasid, with a total of 628 pins, and junior Ethan Babicz, with a total of 564 pins. Kern and Alcasid both had two games where th...

Girls golf team ends season with positive outlook for the next

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Riyana Walker

October 26, 2018

The Huntley girls golf team had yet another phenomenal season. Although their record was only 3-3, the girls still had some wonderful times on the course. With being student athletes and having to keep up with grades and school, it is very difficult, but our girls still managed to pull through. ...

Hand Crafted Pizza Co.: not exactly crafted to perfection

Hand Crafted Pizza Co.: not exactly crafted to perfection

Mady Borst

October 23, 2018

I was driving on Algonquin Road when I noticed a new pizza place to my right. I pulled into the parking lot to get a better look, and glanced at what appeared to be a cozy sit-in parlor, with welcoming yellow lights. Being a pizza lover, I was eager to try out Hand Crafted Pizza Co., which is located to ...

“Trip” and fall for Keys N Krates’ “Cura”

Sarah Biernat

February 15, 2018

Hi, my name is Sarah Biernat, and parties cause me great anxiety. A group any bigger than half a dozen people makes me want to crawl in a hole, so the possibilities of seeing me out at a rave are very slim. I have worked around human interaction by jamming out to trap EDM when I’m locked in my r...

Speech fundraiser brings in fiesta

The Chipotle off of Algonquin flocked with people on Tuesday night  in support of the Speech Team

Sarah Biernat

January 31, 2018

As the winter cold front swept into Chipotle's foyer, hungry customers waited eagerly to get their hands on a burrito bowl, taco, or burrito. While this is the normal turnout during weekday evenings, this night was for Huntley’s Speech Team. On Jan. 30, the Chipotle off of Algonquin Road hosted the second...

Senior Alaina Moran dances through her last year in Orchesis

Moran (right) practicing with her teammate, Saucedo (left).

Sarah Biernat

December 1, 2017

nxious freshman Alaina Moran stepped onto the floor to audition for her spot on Huntley's varsity Orchesis team. As self-doubt engulfed her, it was soon eliminated by the kindness of her soon-to-be teammates. Four years later, she is now concluding her time with the team. Jump to the 2017-2018 sc...

Records Worth Requesting

Records Worth Requesting

Sarah Biernat

October 26, 2017

When I heard The Neighbourhood’s “I Love You.” back in eighth grade, I knew my life was changed. Two years later when I found an interest in record players, I knew it would be the first record I’d owned; the March before Christmas 2015, it came in from Amazon. As one who prefers oldies, and I mean OLDIES...

“Fire in Cairo” by Luna

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Riley Murphy

October 2, 2017

The first track on  “A Sentimental Education” released September 22, 2017, by Luna, “Fire in Cairo” brings a mellow twist to its original which is by The Cure, released in 1979. Luna’s version brings a relaxed dreamy vibe to what was more of a punchy rock song. This version offers a totally d...

A tribute to Bob Marley’s ‘Kaya’

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Sarah Biernat

March 5, 2017

his may be an odd time for a tribute, but hey it’s never a bad time to praise influential people of music. March 23 marks 39 years since Bob Marley’s album “Kaya” was released. The blazin’ up empire has been heavily influenced in one way or another by this record, whether or not they know ...