History Fair students advance to State

Michelle Jimenez

May 11, 2018


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Eleven juniors moved on to the State History Fair following the Sectional competition last month. “History Fair just completed it's Sectional competition, so they've only just announced who will be attending the state competition though we're still waiting on performances and documentaries,” ...

La clase de AP Spanish Literature les da a estudiantes oportunidades

Esmeralda Mojica

May 7, 2018


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La clase de AP Spanish Literature me ha ayudado a ser más observante y me ha mejorado en cuestión de literatura. La clase te da la oportunidad de expresarte profundamente a través de varias obras literarias. Al estar leyendo varios cuentos, poemas, crónicas, novelas, etc. uno ve ciertas cosas en...

AP Spanish Literature teaches students about culture, literature

Alex Almanza

May 7, 2018


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Throughout my year as an AP Spanish Literature student, I have learned so much about my own culture and the ways in which it has evolved as the centuries go by. From reading medieval stories to modern day poetry, I have thoroughly enjoyed this class, alongside some of the tightest knit group of peers...

Frau P Frühstück

Von Lauren Keegan

May 7, 2018


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Jeden zweiten Freitag Morgen, Frau Palaian hat eine Gruppe, die nur Deutsch spricht organisiert. Die Gruppe trifft sich in Zimmer A150 um sieben Uhr. Alle Deutsch Schülern oder jemand, der mitmachen möchte, kann kommen. Ich lerne Deutsch seit ein Jahr und ich habe viel dieses Jahr gelernt. Ich fühle...

Les élèves de Français 2 Enrichi à Chicago Art Institute

Luz Lopez and Deniza Perez

May 7, 2018


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Le 16 mars, 2018, les classe de Français 2 Enrichi est allée au centre ville, à French Market, où on vend de différents types de nourriture, y compris les crêpes, le croque monsieur, les macarons, et beaucoup d’autres aliments du monde entier. Quand vous entrez, vous voyez un stand de chocolat...

Battle Royale: The Good and The Bad

Ethan Wheeler, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2018


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Taking over rapidly during the year of 2017, battle royale style shooters have dominated the mainstream gaming scene. The genre’s two most profilictic competitors, “Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds” (stylized as PUBG) and “Fortnite: Battle Royale” have become the “Halo” vs “Call of Duty”...

E3

Blake Barreca, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2018


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E3, the Electronic Enterainment Exposition, is an annual event that started in May, 1995. This year it is being held from June 12 to June 14 in Los Angeles, California. The expo is a big show that invites and allows vendors and big companies to set up booths to display their products and announce their...

Behind an Enchanted Evening

Courtney Mettler, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2018


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For the eleventh year in a row, the prom committee has organized North’s Prom: An Enchanted Evening. “I like to be a part of what my prom will be like, and the best way to do that is to be on prom committee,” said senior student council member Ellie McShane. McShane has been on Student Council...

Students experience Europe over spring break

Students experience Europe over spring break

Jennifer Lopez, Features Editor

May 6, 2018


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Over spring break, the AP European History class took a trip to Europe and visited the beautiful city of Paris. They learned and experienced many different things throughout the whole trip. “The trip was outstanding! We were really impressed with how adventurous the students were in Paris and the...

Students experience Europe over spring break

Jennifer Lopez, Features Editor

May 4, 2018


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Over spring break, the AP European History class took a trip to Europe and visited the beautiful city of Paris. They learned and experienced many different things throughout the whole trip. “The trip was outstanding! We were really impressed with how adventurous the students were in Paris and the...

Sam Nuezil

Grace Marino, Executive Editor

May 4, 2018


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As the 2017-2018 school year comes to a close, many seniors are beginning to prepare for life after high school. For some that may be working or for others, like Sam Nuezil preparing for college. Sam will be attending Chaminade University of Honolulu to study Forensic Science. “[One reason I chose...

Seaonna Strischek

Ian Doyle, Entertainment Editor

May 4, 2018


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Although some students take the option to graduate early by a semester, junior Seaonna Strischek is going to be graduating an entire year before the rest of her class. She plans to take a gap year to work and save up money before heading off to a college of her choice. Graduating this early takes some...

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