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Fashion offers creative outlet in the professional world

Henry Schleizer, co-opinions editor
April 19, 2019

I’m back. A year ago, my first article about fashion came out. Other than the fact that I’ve started wearing more sneakers instead of boots and started wearing more maroon, nothing has changed. However,...

Sony   success   story:   Despite mixed reviews of Venom, the film performed well at the box office, racking in a total of $176,482,314.

Venom, Tom Hardy disappoint after high expectations

Henry Schleizer, co-opinions editor
November 16, 2018

As I walked into the theater, I expected many things from Venom. I was extremely excited to see the world of the Spider-Man villain take to the big screen in an attempt to correct the flaws of the previous...

broadcast  partners:   Looking over and observing the Titan’s home opener against Palatine, broadcast partners Henry Schleizer and Michael Poulton call the action for listeners. Schleizer’s passion for                	broadcasting was influenced from a young age by watching Bears football and Chicago sports.  Photo courtesy of Henry Schleizer

More than a score: How sports unify people like nothing else can

Henry Schleizer, co-opinions editor
September 28, 2018

As I rushed off the shuttle to the gates of Soldier field for the Chicago Bears final preseason game with my good friend Ben, I had only one thing on my mind: Bears football. Did I care that none of the...

Sports Opinion: Draft Day Dismay from the perspective of a very biased NFL football fanatic

Sports Opinion: Draft Day Dismay from the perspective of a very biased NFL football fanatic

Henry Schleizer, asst. sports editor
April 20, 2018

And it begins. Every NFL fan’s least favorite time of the year. Post-free agency. For you non-football fans, free agency is when players sign with different teams. No games, no anticipation or excitement...

Head Coach Phil Ralston talks things over with the team during a time out against the against the Niles North Vikings on Jan. 26th (left). Junior guard Will King releases a free throw against the Vikings in the second half of the Titans contest aginst Niles North. The Titans fell to the Vikings by a score of 58 to 36.

Men’s Basketball looks to build on crucial victories

Artie Schleizer and Henry Schleizer
February 9, 2018

ame against the Warren Blue Devils with a two and six record, and a looming sense of uncertainty, according to first year head coach Phil Ralston. After the game, the Titans left Warren with a victory...

MAD MAX:  Completing a butterfly stroke, freshman Max Iida competes for the Titans in a dual meet against Niles West. iida and the other Titan swimmers beat Niles West on Dec.15

Swim & Dive makes a splash this season

Artie Schleizer and Anika Thota, Staff reporters
December 22, 2017

After the men’s swim team finished last years season with a win at sectionals and a seventh place finish at state, they are eager to achieve more, according to senior Eddie Loughran. According to Loughran,...

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