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Could remote learning mark the end of snow days?
Could remote learning mark the end of snow days?
Dino Bougiotopoulos, Staff Member • January 6, 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on education and the way students are taught, including in District 128. Students have had to quickly adapt to a new structure...

First Covid-19 vaccine approved amid surge in case numbers
First Covid-19 vaccine approved amid surge in case numbers
Christian Roberts, Sports Editor • December 17, 2020

Almost nine months after the initial closing of schools, businesses and other places nationwide, Covid-19 is still ravaging the United States. With over 17 million...

The yearbook staff, under the direction of Editor-in-Chief Julia Hasler and adviser Kristen Connelly, will once again strive for perfection in this year
Yearbook Staff Provides Coverage While Adapting
Sara Bogan December 16, 2020

Throughout first semester, the yearbook staff has acclimated to the limitations of the pandemic on in-person events and has devised creative approaches to ensure school coverage. One...

Breaking The Barrier
Breaking The Barrier
Andrew Brooks, Staff Member • December 16, 2020

On Nov. 13, the Miami Marlins made history. This Major League Baseball (MLB) team hired Kim Ng to be their general manager. She will be the first woman to hold the GM position...

Math teacher Tim Budge teacher from his empty classroom in the LHS building while his students learn from home.
Relearning how to Teach
Hannah Sachs, Staff Member • December 16, 2020

This year, teachers have become students in navigating their way through e-learning for the first time. With school days becoming defined by screens, teachers and their curriculum plans have been forced...

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Anti-Racism Book List
Anti-Racism Book List
Molly Muscato, staff member • December 15, 2020

Note: Many of these books discuss subject matter that may be triggering or upsetting for some, including but not limited to police brutality, racially motivated violence, racial slurs, sexual assault,...

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The Evolution of Christmas
Timeline of the Evolution of Christmas
Elise Stouffer, Staff Member • December 15, 2020

Click on the white circles to view information about the evolution of Christmas. Under Early Winter Celebrations, click on the pins in the embedded map to see more about traditions in each area. This timeline...

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SAD Infographic
More than SAD
Hannah Sachs, Staff Member • November 24, 2020

The Chicago winter is on its way: the days are darkening earlier, the temperatures will soon plummet and daily tasks may begin to take on an extra level of strenuity. As the end of daylight savings signifies...

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