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Natalie Isberg

Natalie Isberg, Copy Editor

Hi, my name is Natalie, and I’m a senior. This is my third year on staff. In school, I'm involved in LEAF. I enjoy fencing at Midwest fencing club, and I like to write.

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Over the last few decades, the price of college has increased exponentially, which has been due to factors like government financial aid programs and the inelastic price of college tuition.

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October 14, 2021
“I definitely would want to continue Ninja and just keep having it a part of my daily life because it is just really helpful, and I think I probably could make a career out of it,” said Hughes. “I hope to be on the show one day.”

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May 7, 2021
Some perfectionists feel the pressure to be perfect academically, especially in high school, where grades help determine one’s path to college.

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May 7, 2021
“Something kind of cool happened over the summer. We had about, between Vernon Hills and Libertyville, almost 40 teachers that did a two-day course on whats called social-emotional learning, which, in essence, is mental health,” said Dr. Brenda Nelson, the prevention and wellness coordinator at LHS.

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September 30, 2020
Amanda Sekili

Amanda Sekili

May 5, 2020
Kate Gerber

Kate Gerber

April 21, 2020
Tom Koulentes

Tom Koulentes

April 16, 2020
Sarah Villani

Sarah Villani

April 13, 2020
Mary Kretschmar

Mary Kretschmar

April 13, 2020
Madison Wilson

Madison Wilson

February 7, 2020
Common signs used for the Standing Rock protests include the phrases “Defend The Sacred,” “Water Is Life” and symbols of animals and indigenous people, all of which the protesters wish to make a stand for.

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February 7, 2020
A study by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that 76 percent of teens between the ages of 13-17 use Instagram. Many of these students use their screen time for often unproductive reasons other than homework or studying.

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December 15, 2019
Megan Snow

Megan Snow

November 22, 2019
Grant Giardina

Grant Giardina

October 21, 2019
In the recording area, there is a microphone, guitars and other sound equipment. Fine Arts students are currently able to record in the studio, whether it be solo or with a quartet, for example.

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October 21, 2019
The sound system room, which is located in and behind the Studio Theater, includes soundproofed walls, a drum set, a keyboard and a new sound mixer. The room is relatively small but is able to accommodate around eight people.

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October 21, 2019
Unlike other schools, the console area has touch-screen technology, which LHS was able to get through the efforts of the school and the Parent Cats organization. The console is responsible for editing the recordings, and it serves as the connection between an audio interface and the incoming audio, according to Sage Audio, a professional studio located in Nashville.

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October 21, 2019
Neil DSouza

Neil D’Souza

September 13, 2019
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