Culture

Has Society Reached its Breaking Point?

February 28, 2018

By Stephania Flores ’20 Have you heard about the Blue Whale Challenge, the Tide Pods Challenge, or any other challenge in the media? In recent years, social media has been everywhere. It is a place […]

Spotlights

Roger Torres: The Youtuber himself

February 27, 2018

By Kayla Cruz ’20 With an iced coffee in his hand and laughing so hard with his friends, junior Roger Torres can be seen at Dunkin’ Donut almost everyday after school. At Dunkin Donuts,  Torres […]

2018

Junior class is informed about Russian Opportunities

February 27, 2018

By Abril Pereznegron ’18 Summer is approaching as we say goodbye to first semester, it allows juniors to be exposed to the Russian Summer opportunities available. Junior Russian teachers Rebecca Kaegi, Lauren Nelson, and Phillip […]

Opinions

The Grammy’s many wrongs and few rights

February 27, 2018

Please note that these articles ONLY reflect the viewpoints of those who wrote the article. These articles do not reflect of the views of the newspaper advisor, The Pritzker Press, Pritzker College Prep, or the […]

2018

Sophomores learn about IB classes

February 27, 2018

By Gisselle Vargas ’20 The soon to be juniors had an important and informative big group on Tuesday, Jan. 30. Paige Moran, the Dean of Students, and Hadley Austin, 11 and 12 grade European History […]

2018

Pritzker Students and Staff Celebrate Spirit

February 27, 2018

By Samantha Ortiz ’20 The week before the scheduled winter dance, there was a Winter Spirit Week.  Which is normally a tactic to get everyone excited for the upcoming event. On Tuesday and Wednesday during […]

2018

Taking AP Spanish and its benefits for the future

February 27, 2018

By Zitlalith Cortes ’20 Many selected sophomores took the entrance AP Spanish test that determines whether or not students qualify to get into that class at Pritzker on Monday, Jan. 29. This is the first […]

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