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The January 2022 Issue – Progress


Cover Photo by Roqaya Elmenshawy, Cover Design by Kylie Skibitzki

Our third magazine of the year can now be viewed online here! Copies of this magazine will be available to students on January 13th. Extra copies can be found at the newsstands by the Main Entrance, Studio Theater Entrance, Auditorium Entrance, or Music Entrance.

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  • Cover photo and design by Alex Clark and Jade Foo


    The December 2021 Issue

  • “It is eye opening when we all share our minds, values, and experiences with each other,” Abdelrahman conveyed. “That’s what LHS is really all about. Sharing everything we have to offer and what we bring to the table. It makes us ten times stronger as a community. I bring my experiences and values as a hijabi to the table- and everyone else has something they can bring to the table.” 


    The Beauty of the Hijab

  • Features

    Libertyville Prepares for the Holidays

  • The Importance of Romanticizing Your Life


    The Importance of Romanticizing Your Life

  • Sippin’ on L’ville


    Sippin’ on L’ville

  • DOI presents: The top 10 costumes of 2021 at LHS


    DOI presents: The top 10 costumes of 2021 at LHS

  • Every candy has its signature touch, whether that be sour, crunchy or sweet. The ranks provide clarity and reasoning for the official 2021 top Halloween favorites.


    Halloween: Clash of the Candies

  • This photo highlights the contrast between the two temperature modes at LHS. Remember, when it is too warm, you must keep cool; and, when it is too cool, keep a warm heart.


    Temperature Tension: The quest to find the perfect classroom environment

  • Cover photos by DOI Staff, Cover design by Alex Clark


    The October 2021 Issue – Value

  • Cash is King


    Cash is King

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The January 2022 Issue – Progress

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