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 Noble Network.

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Because he’s a guy

April 8, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 “Ya te dije que no puedes ir – I already told you you can’t go” “Pero si no mas voy con Tere y Rebeca a comer – But I’m just going […]

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We should all work

March 8, 2016

By Jennifer Delgado ’17 It wasn’t until my 17 year old brother and his girlfriend became parents in 2008 that I heard about welfare, specifically the Illinois Link card. I always wondered, why is he […]

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Strict welfare work requirement

March 8, 2016

By Zayalize Garcia         One day my aunt’s husband came in from a long day of work. He was slamming doors and stomping around the house. You could hear him muttering cross words. He was growling […]

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LifeStyle Expectations

March 8, 2016

By Zayalize Garcia ‘17   There are many different views and types of lifestyles. The major known type of lifestyle is cut down into six phrases.   Childhood expectations. You will have many friends and have playdates. […]

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Cell Phone’s impact on society

March 8, 2016

By Jessica Rivera ’17 As you may all know, cell phones make a huge impact on today’s society. They are useful for emails, staying in touch with family and friends, and even safety purposes. Cell […]

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Standardized tests are the best

March 8, 2016

Miguel Diaz ’17 and Michelle Perez ’17 Testing is what most schools talk about throughout the school year. This causes students to have stressful moments in and out of school. However, we will do well […]

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Teaching to the Test

March 8, 2016

By Cristian Castillo ’17 and Alva Chavez ’17 “I can no longer cooperate with a testing regime that I believe is suffocating creativity and innovation in the classroom. We are not really educating our students […]

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Police Brutality: What do Police have to Say About It?

March 8, 2016

By Alyssa Barrera ’17 and Miguel Diaz ’17 Police brutality has become a rising issue in today’s society. Videos of policemen beating minority civilians and using their guns/weapons in an unjustified manner have gone viral […]

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