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 […]

2019

What’s the “matter” with Ms. Singh?!

March 28, 2019

By Miguel Cordero ’21 If you are a sophomore, you might know Neha Singh. However, do you really know her?  Do you know her struggles? Do you know her story? Well if you do not, […]

2019

Starved Rock: Is the weather a big issue?

March 28, 2019

By Guadalupe Flores ’20 The Starved Rock Trip is an annual free trip that all grades can attend. Even though students have to wake up early and hike for many hours, they have a chance […]

2019

Restaurant to Education

March 18, 2019

By Iker Gomez ’20 Some teachers after four years of college go straight to becoming a teacher, but learning specialist Shaun Bruce took a different path. From working in the restaurant business for many years […]

2019

The effects of Snowball

March 18, 2019

By Jonathan Rosales ’19 Snowball has been described as a fun, once in a lifetime opportunity, but what is snowball? Snowball is a three-day event where students do a variety of activities. These three days […]

2019

Tattoo policy in the teachers’ eyes

March 4, 2019

By Alexis Arroyo ’21 There is a point where rules eventually change. For example,  now, appropriate tattoos are allowed to be shown by that of the new Noble dress code policy. The policy officially took […]

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