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Koo finds meaning in backpacking passion

Koo finds meaning in backpacking passion

Samantha Boas and Shannon Mathew
March 21, 2018

Calling his mom through a payphone along the way, Josh Koo, assistant principal of student activities, said that he was headed to Niagara Falls. According to Koo, on a Friday after school, he told his...

Illustration by Raya Shoilekova

South students invest in stock market, their futures

Samantha Boas, staff reporter
March 16, 2018

Apple, Amazon, Tesla, PayPal, Netflix—to some, these companies are just a couple of the largest corporations in the world, but to sophomore Angela Shechtman, they are more than just that. These five...

INTERFAITH FRIENDS:   Observing art in Pilsen, a neighborhood in Chicago, Liad, a Jewish Israeli, connects to a particular image by holding hands with figures in the mural (right).

Hands of Peace builds interfaith relationships

Samantha Boas and Augie Mikell
October 6, 2017

An act of Palestinian distress occurs in Israel. While Israelis believe it to be an act of terrorism, Palestinians view it as a protest. According to senior Ben Bernstein, this conversation, along with...

Dazzling Directors:   Bowing after the end of their shows, senior directors (left to right), Sofie Schwartz, Anna Bundy, Micheal Kirby and Aidan Demsky, participate in the last theatre related event of the school year. The names of their plays, respectively, are, “Drugs are Bad”, “Not a Date”, “Buyer$ Market” and “The Secret Origin of Mojo Man”.

Seniors express passion for theatre through self directed one-act plays

Samantha Boas, staff reporter
May 26, 2017

Four years of hard work, all for what? Some seniors end the year with goals of conference or one last nap during class. Others round out their experience in the drama department by directing a short, one-act...

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