The Pacer


September 26, 2017

FCCLA State 2017

Erin Prusener, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

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. ...

Workload overload

Adam Schwartz, Staff Writer

April 11, 2017

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...

sNOw More Snow Days

Elizabeth Clark, Staff Writer

April 4, 2017

Snow days; the silver lining of relentless Chicago winters. Sleeping late, staying in, all while being completely unproductive. Unfortunately, the students of Rolling Meadows High School did not get to experience this over the course of the winter season. Instead, they came to school day after day, p...

Even Smugger Cinema

Sam Svoboda, Editor-in-Chief

January 13, 2017

It’s hard to place the grand, cosmic forces that decide whether or not a film is considered a classic. And I’m not talking about classic even in the film critic sense, critics use the term, surprisingly, even more loosely than the public does, and many films that are revered in the press never ente...

Hamilton Exceeds Expectations

Laura Dacy

January 13, 2017

Hamilton, the tony award winning Broadway musical, has finally come to Chicago, and boy was the performance worth the hype. I had been listening for the soundtrack for a few months leading up to seeing the show and last month I finally got to see the performance live. While there is no dialogue ...

Stampede holds pep assembly for undefeated football team

Brendan Brady, Entertainment Editor

November 14, 2016

Last Friday, Nov. 11th, Rolling Meadows High School's Stampede student section held a half-hour pep assembly for the school's then undefeated football team. The assembly featured performances from RMHS' band and choirs as well as speeches from the team's captains. The team unfortunately lost that...

Snoop’s Scoop: Gabutto Burger

Anup Patel, Sports Editor

October 28, 2016

After weaving your way through the treacherous Rolling Meadows parking lot and (hopefully) getting onto Central without scraping some paint off your bumper, you might find yourself deserving a Japanese-inspired burger. Gabutto Burger may be able to fulfill that desire. Their concept is simple: Am...

Homecoming Coronation

Molly Manley, Managing Editor

October 11, 2016

Compilation of photos from the 2016-2017 Homecoming Coronation!

Smug cinema: “Hell or High Water”

Sam Svoboda, Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2016

There are several bank robbery scenes in “Hell or High Water,” but none is quite the same as the first. That’s because we don’t yet know the men behind the black masks, who terrorize an old lady to steal money from the banks drawer. To us, they’re no more than criminals. This is a brilliant ...

Artist of the month-September 2016

Abby Cullen, Photography Editor-in-Chief

September 29, 2016

The moment junior Ivan Ivanov picked up a pencil, he felt an instant connection with art. “From there, in a sense, it developed into an addiction, something I needed in my life, it made me complete,” Ivanov said. The inspiration to pursue this talent comes from the endless creativity wit...

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