2019

Significance of holiday traditions

February 11, 2019

By Stephania Flores ’20 From celebrating Kentucky Fried chicken for dinner in Japan or hiding brooms from witches in Norway, or doing Christmas posadas in some Latin American countries, these are some of the few […]

2019

Christmas wear: pjs vs. casual wear

February 11, 2019

By Michelle Cruz ’20   There can be a debate on whether people should wear their pajamas on Christmas or if they should dress up fancy. One’s ideal day for a Christmas night is dressing in […]

2019

Who gets more attention on sports teams?

January 30, 2019

By Paola Diaz ’19 “We feel like we’re treated like second-class citizens because they don’t care as much about us as they do the men,” explained the American professional soccer player, Carli Lloyd while being […]

2019

Snow and its struggles

January 29, 2019

By Jennifer Segura ’20 The weather is changing and it has just started snowing. A lot of students have different ways of getting to school: some students take the bus, get dropped off, walk, or […]

2019

Christmas around the city

January 14, 2019

By Guadalupe Flores ’20 As Christmas gets closer everyone is getting ready by decorating, inviting family, and starting to think about what food to make. However, the holiday cheer is seen everywhere and not just […]

2019

Ms. Cross is back and better than ever

January 14, 2019

By Citlali Sanchez ’21 Sarah Cross, one of Pritzker’s favorite P.E. teachers, former cheer coach, and advisor was gone for a couple of months. Nina, her little girl, had kept her home in pajamas for […]

2019

Living the dorm life

January 14, 2019

By Jaime Aguilar ’21      In college, there are plenty of living areas for students to be in. College students can stay at home. If possible, they could stay in an apartment, fraternity or even in […]

2018

Alumni returning home for Thanksgiving

December 17, 2018

By Jaime Aguilar ’21 This year, Pritzker alumni are returning home for Thanksgiving. This return may consist of eating and enjoying their time with their family and friends. Benny Delgado, part of the 2017 graduating […]

2018

The struggles of dealing with a packed locker

December 17, 2018

By Michelle Cruz ’20 Many people can agree that the lockers at Pritzker are pretty small. Especially when the weather starts to get colder and you have to put your jacket and your winter boots […]

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