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Before spring break hits

Before spring break hits

Alisha Newsom, Staff Writer
March 31, 2017
Filed under Student Life

There are only a couple more hours until many seniors will be on warm sandy beaches. Here are a few helpful hints, from recent graduates, that will make your trip to Maya, or anyplace warm, the best! Question : What is an absolute necessity that you can’t forget to bring on spring break? Alex ...

SAT tips and tricks

SAT tips and tricks

Piper Trembour, Staff Writer
March 15, 2017
Filed under Student Life

On the web   Online programs offer students a quiet environment, which may help studying be more effective. Based on a diagnostic test, student’s strengths and weaknesses are discovered. Online programs can be altered to fit a specific learning style. Khan Academy offers prep for SAT. ...

Spanish students have a fiesta

Spanish students have a fiesta

Ayona Hudson, Staff writer
January 12, 2017
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

From tamales to sweet cookies, Monica Klesko’s classroom is filled with the smell of spices. Spanish fiesta is held every year in her class and gives students the opportunity to create authentic Spanish dishes. Creating another culture’s dish does come with its own challenges. With all the diffe...

Toys for Tots wraps up successfully

Toys for Tots wraps up successfully

Faith Ferguson, Staff Writer
December 20, 2016
Filed under Student Life

  How many toys did Ike raise for Toys for Tots? President of a Student Council Danielle Anthes ‘17: “We raised about 2500 toys.”   What are you hoping will come out of this fundraiser?   Anthes: “I hope we can provide for as many families as possible this year...

StuCo finishes homecoming week

Lauren Harris, Editor
October 23, 2016
Filed under Student Life

  Homecoming week requires months of preparation. Student council members work to reach a week that students can enjoy. Jaclyn Swartz, `19: “This is a lot more than at Malow in junior high. There's like decorations and actual ceiling stuff. This is super cool. I feel like student council ...

Homecoming: dating or just friends

Homecoming: dating or just friends

Piper Trembour, Staff Writer
October 23, 2016
Filed under Student Life

What is it like to go to homecoming with someone you are dating?   Delaney Gizzi ‘19: “It was amazing. I loved being able to spend a whole night together and slow dances were even more special because it was a night I will always remember with him.”   Jacob Goethals ‘19: ...

Densmore reflects on key club

Densmore reflects on key club

Therese Reinhold, Staff writer
September 28, 2016
Filed under Student Life

Georgia Densmore’s perspective on being in Key Club: Q: How long have you been in Key Club? Key Club president Georgia Densmore ‘17: “This is my third year in Key Club.” Q: What made you want to join Key Club? Densmore: ”My sister was in Key Club when she was in high school and...

Ritchie talks up project unify

Amber Abramowicz, Staff Writer
September 26, 2016
Filed under Student Life

  A quick interview with Chad Ritchie about Project Unify:   How long have you been participating in Project Unify? Chad Ritchie '17: “This will be my second year.”   How did you hear about this event and what made you want to join? Ritchie: “I heard about it from ...

Senior Grants interview

Senior Grants interview

Fabrizio Orsi de Paula, Staff Writer
September 9, 2016
Filed under Eye on you, Student Life, Uncategorized

Grant McBride ‘17 Q: What are you looking forward to this year? A: “I am looking forward to learning as much as I can this year. Just trying to improve myself as much as possible so I can be ready for college.” Q: What events are you looking forward to? A: “I am looking forward to...

Hallway chat

Hallway chat

Lauren Harris, Page Designer
September 7, 2016
Filed under Student Life

Sophomore Julia Pelchat stopped for a minute to talk about her first day of high school.   Q: So it’s your first day of high school, are you excited? A: I’m really excited, because I heard you’re more free. You can do what you want, but still have to follow some guidelines. &n...

Seizing the day

Seizing the day

Grace Kulin, Editor
June 14, 2016
Filed under Feature, Student Life

She is an award-winning journalist. She is a leader in almost everything she does. She is struggling with a brain disorder. Senior Bailey DeLaere has epilepsy, a brain condition that causes seizures. Her worst seizures occurred when she was younger, between ages six and eight, and involved pounding...

Physics classes “ride on”

Grace Kulin, Editor
May 26, 2016
Filed under Feature, Student Life

 After physics students left school almost one hour behind schedule, leaving at 7:20 AM instead of 6:30 AM, they arrived shortly after 11 and had a day full of lines, screams, and a few physics questions. A few students were asked what their favorite part of Physics day was: Junior Daniel Fl...

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