2019

Feel Good Friday

April 1, 2019

By Jaime Aguilar ’21 On Friday, March 22, sophomore students and teachers took part in an event called Feel Good Friday. This event was a day in which both students and teachers discussed the topic […]

2019

Stanford published Pritzker’s research

April 1, 2019

By Emily Gonzalez ’21 Chris Duncan, 11/12 grade Biology teacher, was published on March 4 in a bioRxiv article – the reprint server for Biology – referring to the work he and his students have […]

2019

Do violent video games make teens violent?

March 29, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 Violent video games are blamed for making children or people, in general, more violent. The media might be so quick to pin the blame on video games as the cause for […]

2019

Pritzker Track and Field start Conditioning

March 29, 2019

By Salvador Rosas ’21 Pritzker’s Track and Field Team, a sport that specializes in running and other games on the field, started conditioning to get ready for their upcoming games. Their alternative practices are held […]

2019

La Vecchia: A New Tasty Chicago Pizza Place

March 28, 2019

By Anabel Arevalo ’21 The classy place La Vecchia has simple but stylish decoration, tasty food, and respectful staff. La Vecchia is an Italian restaurant that was recently opened. With new owners and a fresh […]

2019

Bread Basket: A restaurant with decent food

March 28, 2019

By Jacqueline Martinez ’20 The restaurant Bread Basket is located in 4725 W Belmont Ave. It is a restaurant that has pleasant decor, friendly workers, and decent food. As you walk in, you can hear […]

2019

The Life of a Younger Sibling

March 28, 2019

By Citlali Sanchez ’21 The life of a younger sibling might be hard because they are always being compared to their older siblings. They might get extra pressure from teachers, students, or even their own […]

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