2019

All about Easter with Pritzker students

June 13, 2019

By Citlali Sanchez ’21 There are a lot of activities done  on Easter. There is the traditional egg hunt, and the going to church on this specific day. People have their favorite memories about this […]

2019

Alex Bahena: The Ambitious Journalist

May 20, 2019

By Kayla Cruz  ’20 It is Monday evening. The sun is bright and the weather is nice outside. You would think that everyone is relaxing and enjoying the nice weather outside, right? Well, many people […]

2019

Gissele Pacheco: “Feminist Superhero”

May 13, 2019

By Stephanie Solis ’20 On Saturday, March 30, Pritzker competed in the City Championship, where junior, first-year debater who earned considerable honor, Gissele Pacheco was named Maroon Conference Debater of the year. When Pacheco was […]

2019

Stepping into Captain territory

May 1, 2019

By Citlali Sanchez ’21 They are an amazing duo,   they are like peanut butter and jelly. Both girls are upperclassmen and are new to the captain territory. One of the girls is junior, Monserrat Leon […]

2019

Community Service Trip

April 25, 2019

By Monica Soto ’20 Still not done with community service hours? Still, need those 10 hours for the semester? Looking for interesting places that you can help in? Well, students can get five hours of […]

2019

Revelations of R.Kelly’s hidden past

April 25, 2019

By Mauricio Rodriguez ’19 In January, a six part documentary was released: “Surviving R. Kelly” brought the rapper into infamous headlines. The Chicago Tribune mentioned that this Lifetime documentary special was an “examination of a […]

2019

Momo: Not the children

April 8, 2019

By Jonathan Rosales ’19 Memes have been a part of our generation for some time now. Memes are a great way to have a good laugh but then there are some that take it too […]

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, […]

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