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2017

Is there a power in protest?

October 7, 2017

By Starr Lewis ’18 The power of protest is rooted in delivery and execution. To deliver a powerful message that makes a change to an issue, you should be loud and bold. The question is […]

2017

The cost of sweetness

October 3, 2017

By Whitney Jani ’18 The new sweetened beverage tax in Cook County has taken its citizens for a whirl. This new tax has been implemented on soda, juices, energy drinks, coffees and teas. This tax […]

2017

Noble Schools: Tough Discipline?

October 3, 2017

By Dania Herrera ’19 Many students consider attending a Noble school a regret. Like many other freshmen, demerits, detentions, and lasalles seem to be a problem because they’re adjusting to a new environment. Students are […]

Opinions

Sophomore Banned Unit: Letter to the editor

February 28, 2017

What happens when our rights to read our taken from us? Sophomores at Pritzker explored the answer to this question as part of a larger unit on the censorship of literature. After a semester of […]

Opinions

The power of a choice

February 7, 2017

Whitney Jani ’18 The ability to have the power over your own life is a privilege that we tend to take for granted. The decision that women were able to have the ability to dictate […]

Opinions

“Minority”: Thinking beyond the stereotype

October 4, 2016

By Starr Lewis ’18 Who defines words nowadays? Who gives labels and rankings to those who are below and above in our society? Who even defines who is above and below “us” citizens of the […]

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