2018

Florida School Shooting: What happened?

April 7, 2018

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 […]

2018

Shut Up and Dribble

April 7, 2018

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 […]

2018

Florida Shooting: A change to stop gun violence

April 7, 2018

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2018

“The talk”: Doesn’t apply to everyone

April 7, 2018

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2018

Janice Jackson: Making her way to the top

April 7, 2018

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2017

Cultural appropriation sweeping the nation

December 19, 2017

By Whitney Jani ’18 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 […]

2017

ANTIFA: Not Our Saviors

December 19, 2017

By Esteven Estrada ‘19 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 […]

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 […]

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