Opinions

Teaching to the Test

March 8, 2016

By Cristian Castillo ’17 and Alva Chavez ’17 “I can no longer cooperate with a testing regime that I believe is suffocating creativity and innovation in the classroom. We are not really educating our students […]

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Police Brutality: What do Police have to Say About It?

March 8, 2016

By Alyssa Barrera ’17 and Miguel Diaz ’17 Police brutality has become a rising issue in today’s society. Videos of policemen beating minority civilians and using their guns/weapons in an unjustified manner have gone viral […]

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Products tested on animals is beneficial to humans

March 8, 2016

By Madelein Perez ’17  Zayalize Garcia ’17         Many of the products that are tested on animals  are immensely beneficial to humans. The reason they test some of these products on animals is to determine if […]

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Abusive Animal Testing

March 8, 2016

By Michelle Perez ‘17, Jessica Rivera ‘17 Animal Testing has become one of the biggest problems in today’s society. Animals including rabbits, monkeys, mice, and others are being killed in order to fulfill our needs. […]

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Pritzker students’ getaway: Snowball

March 7, 2016

By Mireya Aguilar ’16   Pritzker held its eighth annual Snowball Retreat at Camp Manitoqua in Frankfort, Illinois. During Feb. 13-15, over 100 students, alumni, and staff members attended the three day retreat, which was […]

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Jazz Band thrives with joy after Boston trip

March 7, 2016

By Abril Pereznegron ’18   The Pritzker Jazz Band went to Boston from Feb 4- 8 for the Berklee High School Jazz Festival.The Jazz Band went for the festival in a competition that any high […]

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Seven Pritzker seniors win Posse Scholarship

March 7, 2016

By Mireya Aguilar  ’16 and Katia Gomez ’17   Seven Pritzker seniors found the amazing news that they were chosen to receive the Posse scholarship. This was an opportunity for the seniors to attend a […]

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Curtin-Guy Advisory adopts little sister advisory

March 7, 2016

By  Jarret Diaz ’19  Jeremy Diaz ’19 Adamaris Reyes ’19  Jazlyn Terry ’19   Curtin-Guys advisory sophomores have adopted Ashley McCaws Freshmen advisory this fall in order to help them overcome their freshman year struggles. […]

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