Myths and myths busted

Sonia Zaacks and Matthew Chupack, Executive Features Editor and Features Editor

November 2, 2018

Myth: I can stop whenever I want… The belief that e-cigarettes are not addictive is a myth. University researcher Ayodeji Awopegba said in a phone interview that because e-cigarettes contain nicotine, kids are becoming addicted...

Filtering the effects of caffeine

Sonia Zaacks and Ellie Pazol, Executive Features Editor and Features Editor

September 28, 2018

Years after getting hooked on caffeine, science teacher Joel Borowicz developed peptic ulcers in his stomach, eventually causing him to be hospitalized. He began drinking coffee in sixth grade, and by the age of 14, he was consuming...

Different paths to education

Lucia Bosacoma, Executive Features Editor

May 24, 2018

By the end of her senior year, alumna Dana Cagen (‘17) was exhausted. Four years of intensive studying and extracurriculars left her tired and burnt out to the point at which she could not imagine attending college in the fall. ...

Senior embarks on immersion trip

Leah Matlin, Features Editor

May 24, 2018

Attending college right after high school was what senior Matt Marschall had always expected to do. Yet, after attending a gap fair program during his junior year, he began to look into various postgraduate options. He plans to take a gap year in which he will travel to Ecuador to live with a host family and partic...

Lawmaker handles changes in gun legislation

Micha Gachpar, Editor-at-Large

April 20, 2018

Brad Schneider, representative for the 10th Congressional District of Illinois, was elected to office in 2012 and began his term in 2013, directly following the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. After this tragedy,...

Gun violence tragedy sparks student action

Matthew Chupack, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

Sophomore Campbell Sharpe said she was in second grade when her classmate’s relative was murdered by a shooter on his way to a grocery store. Sharpe said that she previously viewed this classmate as a troublemaker, but this...

Effects of food waste trash the planet

Leah Matlin, Features Editor

March 2, 2018

After realizing she disliked the sandwich only a couple bites in, a new meal was bought as quickly as the old one was disposed of. Senior Lauren Holick, one of the presidents of Environmental Awareness Club, was in the cafeteria when her friend came over to ...

Cafeteria, businesses work to combat waste

Joey Harris, Page Editor

March 2, 2018

Mistakes turn into meals for junior Jack Joselit and his coworkers when he works as a carry-out staff member for Kamehachi, a sushi bar. The food that does not meet the visual standards to serve to customers is available for employees...

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