Choir students participate in ILMEA

Rhiannon Swanson, Managing Editor

November 6, 2019

Seniors Sam Krischak and Ciara White will be participating in the ILMEA Choir Auditions. The State Festival will be held in Peoria. “Illinois Music Education Association is a professional organization for Illinois Music Teachers. They serve many functions, but what you are most interested in is...

Brockhampton review

Bryan Angeles, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

Brockhampton, the “best boy band since One Direction,” released the album “GINGER” on Aug. 23, 2019. “GINGER” was a pretty good album. The group took a hard left turn following their last project “Iridescence.” The Saturation trilogy is many people’s favorite era of Brockhampton. Their...

Green Room prepares fall show ‘The Outsiders’

Bryan Angeles, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

This year’s straight show, “The Outsiders,” based on the classic book by S. E. Hinton, has been in the works for many months. The Green Room members have been working on this play since August trying to put on the best show for everyone coming to watch. The cast and crew want everyone to enjoy...

Gemini Man review

Shalynn Billings, News Editor

November 6, 2019

On October 11 the release of “Gemini Man,” featuring Will Smith, came to theaters. The movie had a budget of 158 million dollars, but it could lose 75 million because it was released around the same time “Joker” had been released, and everyone’s attention went to going and seeing that movie...

Riverdale review

Danielle Broege, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2019

Season 4 of “Riverdale” kicked off this season with an episode tribute to Luke Perry, who passed away during the last season. Luke Perry, who played Fred Andrews, Archie Andrews’ father, had an episode to commemorate his character. This episode brought me to tears. It was a very emotional scene...

New members join Slam Funk

New members join Slam Funk

Natalie Smith, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2019

Slam Funk is experiencing new changes this school year. With so many new faces in the group, the band seemed to adapt to the change and grow a close knit bond. The band has devoted a lot of time before the school year started. Not only did they have to find a new sound, they were also trying to develop ...

Good Omens review

Claire Armstrong, News Editor

October 1, 2019

“Good Omens” is an Amazon Prime original series based off the novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman and Sir Terry Pratchett. The television show is amazing, and it stays true to the book thanks to Gaiman’s role on the production team. The show depicts the relationship between Aziraphale the angel...

On the Fence review

Danielle Broege, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2019

“On The Fence” was by far the best book I’ve ever read. I felt connected to the main character Charlotte Reynolds, also known as Charlie. She reminded me of parts of myself and made me feel the emotions she felt. Charlie grew up with three brothers, a dad, and one “honorary fourth brother.”...

Merlin review

Shalynn Billings, Features Editor

October 1, 2019

“Merlin” started in 2008 and ended in 2012, but the eleven year old show is still pretty interesting to watch if anyone is looking for something new. “Merlin” is by no means anything close to the story everyone knows from Disney’s 1963 “The Sword and the Stone” or any other adaptations...

“It’s a Matter of Time” for the new marching season

“It’s a Matter of Time” for the new marching season

Bryan Angeles, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2019

The Grayslake North Marching Knights have been working hard on their show, “It’s a Matter of Time.” They compete throughout the fall in many different places. “The band practices daily during the school day. In addition, we also have several sectionals and night rehearsals,” said band direc...

Good Girls Review

Shalynn Billings, Features Editor

May 14, 2019

NBC’s “Good Girls” has been growing in popularity among adults in the past year, so much that it was able to get renewed for a second season. The show follows three best friends who get themselves stuck in the middle of laundering money for a street gang. Created by Jenna Bans, the show follows...

Turtles All the Way Down Review

Nadia Hernandez, Features and Online Editor

May 14, 2019

In the past, John Green has been infamous for his popular love stories and strong metaphors toward life. Back in 2014, “The Fault in Our Stars” gained popularity and has since been his staple for his style. However, out of all his works, his newest book “Turtles All the Way Down” showcases a...

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