The Pacer

Ramblers thrive to final four

Sammi France, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The Loyola Ramblers were never expected to make it past the first round of the NCAA March Madness Tournament. But, some people had faith in the Ramblers. According to NCAA, only 1,584 brackets had Loyola winning The 2018 National Championship. “I had faith in my city,” Rolling Meadows Freshman Olivia De...

Swimming toward state

Anup Patel, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 30, 2018


Filed under Front page, Sports, Top Stories

The varsity boys swim team is approaching championship season with their Conference meet on Feb. 10 and Sectionals the week after. Last year, the team fell short of a Conference title. This year, the Mustangs have a strong senior class to lead them through the Conference meet. “Our main goal wi...

Net Nuetrality

Charlee Rincon, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017


Filed under Front page, Opinions, Top Stories

In February of 2015 The Federal Commision of Communications (FCC) set specific Net Neutrality rules that were made to regulate internet providers such as Verizon, AT&T, and Comcast. Many who protested for their basic internet rights were pleased to be introduced to Title II of the Communications ...

Teacher Talk #2: Britnee Kenyon

Anup Patel, Brendan Brady

December 18, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Front page, Video

Boys wrestling prepares during break

Julian Rodriguez, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017


Filed under Front page, Sports, Top Stories

The RMHS boys wrestling team is well into their season with positive results. The team listened to their coaches advice to learn from their mistakes and they have applied their experience into winning matches. Although the team has had tough losses in winnable matches, the wrestlers assess the fac...

Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn.” Album Review

Adam Schwartz, Entertainment Editor

April 26, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Front page

Kendrick Lamar has been around for awhile.Since 2004 to be exact. The hip hop rap genre he’s a part of has been around for even longer. With Kendrick’s fourth studio album, Damn, he brings one of the best albums the genre has seen yet. Featuring fourteen tracks, fifteen if you include the promo...

Golden for life

Elizabeth Clark, Opinions Editor

April 20, 2017


Filed under Front page, Sports, Top Stories

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,...

Eric Garcia Artwork

Riya Shah, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Front page, Video

Professional artist Eric Garcia uses his unconventional art to inform and educate others. Through his work, he tells stories about social and political issues occurring in the world today. Garcia adds a comical and cultural style to his prints, paintings and drawings.

Walking into Walker Bros. Original Pancake House

Kamika Patel, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Front page

After a long, tiring badminton practice, I usually head home to gorge on everything available in my fridge. However this time, I headed to Walker Bros., The Original Pancake House, located on Dundee Road. Freshmen Julia Moran and Riya Shah came along to satisfy their starving stomachs, while helping...

Workload overload

Adam Schwartz, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017


Filed under Front page, Opinions, Uncategorized

There are seven hours and twenty minutes in the average school day. However, when you add up all the hours spent doing homework, studying and writing outside of school, the school day extends another one to five hours depending on the night. The workload students are getting is increasing, along with thei...

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