Summer of a Lifetime

September 27, 2016

By Chloee Toro ’18 In the summer of 2016, 38 sophomores received the chance to spend their summer at different colleges for different programs colleges offered. Laura Edwards, the Collegiate Seminar teacher at Pritzker, was […]

Fall Sports

Varsity Volleyball girls demolish Rowe Clark

September 20, 2016

By Ismael Sanchez ’17  The Varsity girls have been playing their hearts out. On Sept.  7, the lady jaguars played against Rowe Clark in the Pritzker gymnasium. Winning both sets, 25-10 and 25-18. Although Rowe […]


Everyday: Your Not so Normal Plot

September 15, 2016

By Emily Bahena ’17 Everyday is a confusing book from the start to the end. It is written by David Levithan and it is an adult fiction and romance book. It starts off with the […]


Beautylicious: just the right spot to go

September 6, 2016

By Anakaren Bahena ’17 Have any place that makes you feel at home, but at the same time you can pamper yourself? Are you a senior not knowing where to get your nails or hair […]


The Neighbourhood: A band that should be noticed

September 2, 2016

By Apryll Arroyo ‘18 The Neighbourhood is an American Avant garde, Indie rock band. They formed in 2011 and have released smoothing albums and  EPs. These songs will make you feel pleased and make you […]