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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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  • Jeremy Marino, music teacher and orchestra conductor, guides the concert orchestra as they play “Fiddler’s Fury” by Alexander Safford.


    Orchestra dazzles audience during performance

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  • Veteran building and grounds worker Mr. Ron Curtis was loved and appreciated by staff members and students alike. Via (Ruth Vasquez)


    “Best day ever”: Honoring veteran B&G worker Ronny “Ron” Ray Curtis

  • The tonkotsu ramen (left), chicken katsu ramen (right) and the chicken shoyu ramen (center). The restaurant offers five types of ramens overall.


    West Side Ramen Restaurant brings unique and bold flavors to Libertyville

  • The team celebrates their hard-earned success with a group photo, holding the banner that signifies their conference title. For the first time in over 30 years, Libertyville claimed sole victory as conference champions.

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    Valentine’s Day Victory: Libertyville boys basketball beats Waukegan to be conference champions

  • Senior Emily Fisher (3) starts off the fourth quarter with a layup, carrying the Wildcats to a lead of 41-39.


    LHS varsity girls basketball caps off exciting crosstown game with a win over the reigning state champs: the Carmel Corsairs

  • The girls varsity gymnastics team poses with their regional award held up by senior Anna Becker and junior Ally Humbert. The entire team advanced to conference, taking place at Stevenson High School on Wednesday, Feb. 8.


    Girls gymnastics team wins regional title

  • All the cast and crew members of the show “Puffs,” who performed live on Jan. 27-28 in the LHS Studio Theater, gather around to take a selfie with Mr. Thomas, the theater director. Sophomore Michael Harris, who played Cedric, felt a great sense of community within the cast and crew, despite being relatively new to theater. “Everyones just been super kind to me,” Harris said. “Theyve all just been super encouraging and helpful and its just [been a] fun experience.”


    “We are not a threat. Please be our friends!” Freshman-sophomore play spoofs Harry Potter in “Puffs”

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    January 2022 Issue – Renewal

  • Sophomore Damir Kashevich (left), junior Olexandr Chornopyskyi (middle) and senior Daniil Klochkov (right) converse during study hall. Kashevich, Chornopyskyi and Klochkov are Ukrainian Refugees that recently have moved to the United States.


    Hope for peace: The story of four Ukrainian refugees

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The January 2022 Issue – Progress

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