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Solo and Ensemble

Siddharth Ravuri, Feature Editor

Each year, the students of District 203’s Band and Orchestral programs gather at the Solo and Ensemble Festival. This festival, usually held at Lincoln Junior High, showcases each performing groups’ ability to a panel of...

March 19, 2017

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Mrs. Kulik

Ronak Chandiwala, News Editor

Mrs. Kulik has had an extensive curriculum on literary analyzing and test-evidence sandwiches,  followed by a multitude of projects and assignments. Students have also begun to pass on their knowledge to 7th graders by cri...

April 4, 2017No Comments

Mrs. Hollander

Daniel Babenkov, Reporter

Mrs. Hollander is the science teacher and one of the social studies teachers for the Panther team of District 203. She teaches both 7th and 8th grade science. Additionally, since every teacher that teaches the 7th and 8th gr...

March 29, 2017No Comments

Mrs. Barr

Elliott Clements, News Editor

As the end of the year draws closer, the focus on adjusting the seventh graders to a tougher environment is put to the side to focus  on preparing the eighth graders for high school. However, there is still a lot going on i...

March 29, 2017No Comments


William Ma, News Editor

Normally, Honors Algebra II is a very challenging for course freshman high school students to take. However, after taking both Algebra and the Geometry courses of Mr. Titus’s 7th and 8th grade PI+ classes, they will be...

March 29, 2017No Comments

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Do the Academy Awards Actually Accomplish Anything?

Eron Ristich, Columnist

It's been another great year for both audiences and movie producers, and with it comes the esteemed Academy Awards. Not only is this a great event to prove ability in the making of a film, but gives aud...

March 19, 2017No Comments

Pirate Kidnappings and Sheep Herding: A Memoir of St. Patrick

Rachel Ziegler, Opinion Columnist

Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick’s Day is another holiday, another major conspiracy lying right under our noses. As we ponder this international holiday, questions appear. Was ...

March 19, 2017No Comments

Should Spring Break Be Longer?

Karl Borgehammer, Opinion Editor

Spring break is approaching, a week off of school. Students look forward to a some relaxation, enjoying the lack of responsibilities sometimes accompanied by a vacation. In premise, it seems like a gre...

March 19, 2017No Comments

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