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Miracle makers:   Pointing at freshman Abby Neptun, elves junior Erin Kirby, sophomore Becky Jacobson, freshman Luke Kirby, and junior Marina Madsen dance and joke with Neptun on stage of the fall play Miracle on 34th Street. The play’s storyline follows Kris Kringle, Macy’s hired Santa, who is soon put on trial after claiming he’s the real Santa Claus.

Miracle on 34th Street presents positive message

Emma Morris and Susie You
November 4, 2016

This year’s fall play Miracle on 34th Street took the audience on a journey to belief, according to Director Beth Ann Barber. According to Barber, Miracle on 34th Street was a great introduction to the...

LOLLA LOVIN’: Grinning at Grant Park, (from left to right) juniors Sam Langenbach, Niki Blinov, Lily Sands, Colleen McPeek, and Jennii Lee enjoy the opening day of Lollapalooza in 2015. Headliners for the 2015 festival included Paul McCartney, Metallica, and Florince + the Machine.

Students await Lollapallooza, reminisce on past experiences

Megan Sheqiladze, staff reporter
May 27, 2016

400,000 people. Four days. One festival. Lollapalooza is a familiar experience to high school students and Chicagoans. Roughly 200 bands will play at Grant Park in the span of four days, July 28 to 31....

Women’s gymnastics looks to tighten up their team techniques

Susie You, staff reporter
February 8, 2016

The varsity women's gymnastics team looks to improve their skills for upcoming competitions, according to senior Ella Voss. Although starting the season with some injured members, the team was able...

FIGHT TO THE FINISH: Junior Paul Jo goes head-to-head against a Waukegan wrestler on Jan. 16. Jo finished with an individual win (left). The men beat Waukegan with a final score of 51-24.

Men’s wrestling aims to overcome adversity, prepare for regionals

Henry Schleizer, staff reporter
February 5, 2016

The varsity wrestling team has faced distractions, adversity, and tough losses,  according to head coach Tom Mietus. These setbacks, however, have not hindered the Titans as they aim to build on their...

The women’s track team looks to advance to state in the upcoming season

Susie You, staff reporter
December 19, 2015

The women's track team is entering the 2016 season with multiple goals in mind, according to Head Coach Fred Kocian. Kocian acknowledges that the team’s ultimate goal is to qualify and place in state....

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