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The Future Issue

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Our seventh and final magazine of the year, with the theme of “The Future,” can now be viewed online here! Copies of this magazine will be made available to in-person hybrid students on May 24-25 and will be mailed home to remote students.

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  • Farewell, Wildcats: Retiring Teachers at LHS

    Features

    Farewell, Wildcats: Retiring Teachers at LHS

  • May 2022 - The Future Issue

    Showcase

    May 2022 – The Future Issue

  • COVID-19, the mask mandate, remote learning, and the
new grading system has changed the class of 2022 lives.

    Editorials

    The Unique Adaptability of the Class of 2022

  • Traveling the United States National Parks

    Crosswords

    Traveling the United States National Parks

  • A student exits LHS, representing leaving high school in the past and the search for new beginnings with the start of college.

    Features

    Should I Stay or Should I Go

  • Libertyville/Local

    DOI’s Guide to the Primaries: Candidates

  • Wildcats baseball executes strong victory against Warren

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    Wildcats baseball executes strong victory against Warren

  • These bright lights, lanterns and crescent moon decorations adorn this house to celebrate Ramadan. The crescent moon and star are Islamic symbols. Lanterns have always been a traditional decoration that many Muslims around the world put up every Ramadan. The pillows in the back say “Ramadan Kareem” in Arabic writing, the dominant language of Islam.

    Features

    What is Ramadan?

  • The April 2022 Issue - Middle Ground

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    The April 2022 Issue – Middle Ground

  • Masks do not define my political affiliation

    Columns

    Masks do not define my political affiliation

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The Future Issue

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