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School hosts voter registration day

Jimena Zavala, Staff Writer | October 4, 2017

High school students have a lot more to give to our society than they are given credit for. As the new generation, we can begin making changes by planning ahead and becoming more informed and involved in voting. On September 26, all District 214 schools will hold a voter registration drive for juniors and seniors that are turning 18 by November 6, 2018. Denise Chapman, along with several other tea...

A whole lot of trouble

A whole lot of trouble

Laura Dacy, Editor-in-Chief | March 14, 2017

At the start of second semester, a new policy was put in place regarding parking passes for students next year. In order to be able to purchase a parking pass for next school year, students can have no more than nine cuts this semester. One cut is considered an unexcused absence from one block. For example, missing an entire school day without parent’s excuse or doctor’s note would result i...

Professional artist inspires with new art forms

Riya Shah, Staff Writer
April 29, 2017

As soon as his pen hits paper, professional artist Eric Garcia’s mind is buzzing with new ideas for his next piece of art. Incorporating an unconventional style in his work, he tells stories about social and political issues in the world through his art. “[I want to] bring light to histories that have been forgotten or purposely erased,” Garcia said. “[I try] pointing out hypocrisy wherever it may be.” Garcia specializes in hand-printed posters, political cartoons and large sca...

Bath Bombs Away

Kamika Patel, Staff Writer
April 26, 2017

Most high school students struggle to find a career for the future that addresses their passion. Yet, sophomore Michelle Fundora has already pursued this by running an entrepreneurial business. For over a year, Michelle Fundora has been running her own business selling bath products alongside her mom. “[The business] started around November of last year,” Michelle Fundora explained. “I noticed my mom having really dry hands all the time, so I figured it’d be nice to make her a sugar scru...

The Pacer previews upcoming girls basketball season

Golden for life

Elizabeth Clark, Opinions Editor
April 20, 2017

Five seniors have the honor of receiving the Golden Mustang Award this year at the spring sports awards. The Golden Mustang Award is an award given to extremely dedicated athletes who committed to play a sport each season of their high school career. Those five seniors are Jonatan Banuelos, Zachary Miller, Clare Preissing, Marco Taibi, and Justin Thompson. Jonatan Banuelos was involved in Football,...

Though funny, “Hail, Caesar” overstuffed, unfocused

Crushes and Daydreams

Leslie Solorio, Staff Writer
May 8, 2017

  Author Jenny Han has written a memorable first novel. This easy-read is a warm story about an adorkable young girl who struggles with everyday situations, whether it's low self-esteem, family problems, or just something like faded friendships, she somehow learns how to accomplish them all. This charismatically addictive novel will be sure to win the hearts of the readers as they too ...

Workload overload

Adam Schwartz, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017No Comments

An Unfair System

Julia Skwerski, Staff Photographer

January 20, 2017No Comments

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The online edition of the award-winning student newspaper at Rolling Meadows High School
The online edition of the award-winning student newspaper at Rolling Meadows High School