2019

Sophomore’s new cultural exchange program

February 4, 2019

By Yadira Lopez ’21 In mid-December of 2018, sophomore Classical Literature and Composition teacher Benjamin Groch and Katharina Claucig-Obermayer, an  austrian English and History teacher for different grade levels, started a cultural exchange program to […]

2019

Kanela Breakfast Club: A pleasant restaurant

January 28, 2019

By Diana Gomez ’19 Kanela Breakfast Club, a restaurant located in Wicker Park, may appear small and old at first sight, but once you go inside, you are surprised with how open and well designed […]

2019

Best Fiends: Cute but not so cute

January 28, 2019

By Dulce Zagal ’20 Are you interested in a game that gives you funny looking characters? Have little interruption of ads? Well, “Best Fiends” is just the right one for you. This game app offers […]

2019

The Moth: The beauty of storytelling

January 28, 2019

By Adamaris Reyes ’19 Founded in 1997, “The Moth” has been able to share thousands of true stories that many people have to share. Because these stories are true, their  authenticity is perceived as soon […]

2019

Dark Souls Remastered: Old Game, New Graphics

January 28, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 Dark Souls Remastered was released on May 25, 2018 by Bandai Namco at 1080p and 60fps with the dlc included with the main game. DSR is filled with interesting cinematics, enemies, […]

2019

Penelope’s: Stylish but expensive

January 28, 2019

By Jocelyn Delgado ’19 Penelope’s Apothecary is a small owned business catering to the new and “in” style clothing. This small owned business has a wide variety of gaudy and different styles of clothing, a […]

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