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D214 School Update

September 3, 2020

IHSA Update

IHSA Update

September 3, 2020

Black Lives Matter Update: Jacob Blake Jr.

Black Lives Matter Update: Jacob Blake Jr.

September 3, 2020

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5 ways to honor veterans this Veterans Day
5 ways to honor veterans this Veterans Day
Sarah Tanny, Editor-in-Chief • November 10, 2020

Once called Armistice Day, Veterans Day was originally slated to celebrate the end of WWI in the 11th hour of the 11th day...

Club Updates
November 5, 2020
NFL Predictions: Week 7

Sammi France, Editor-In-Chief
October 22, 2020

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November 5, 2020

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November 5, 2020

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October 29, 2020

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Should ski slopes open?
Margaret Lennon, Staff Writer • October 30, 2020

As the weather starts to get colder, many people start to look forward to fun winter activities like skiing and snowboarding. The question is whether or not the slopes will be opening, and if they do, what will change from previous years? Around this time is when I start to get so excited to be back on the slopes and I would be devastated if I am not able to go skiing. However, I would also be surprised...

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Is online the way to go?
Sarah Tanny, Editor-in-Chief • October 30, 2020

Like most people these days (I would hope), large retailers are trying to avoid large crowds when it comes to Black Friday shopping. COVID-19 has forced stores to completely rethink plans for the crucial holiday shopping season. Large retailers like Macy’s, Target and Walmart are planning to push most shoppers online to avoid contact in stores. However, this doesn’t mean they aren’t inviting...

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Coronavirus doesn't have to cancel Halloween
Sarah Tanny, Editor-in-Chief • September 23, 2020

With fall approaching, our country is challenged by numerous questions—many of them far more important than whether we should buy Skittles or Twix bars. However, with Halloween approaching, that is a concern posed by many adults, in the suburbs at least.  Coronavirus isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, but if Halloween traditions—like passing out and consuming candy—are put in jeopardy,...

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