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The Talk

The Talk

Sophia Diaz, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Student Life

While watching a recent Blackish episode on ABC, "The Talk" was drawn to my attention for the first time. In this specific episode, the show teamed up with P&G in their My Black is Beautiful initiative to spread awareness of "The Talk," presented as a dialogue between African American parents and...

This Be March Madness, Yet There’s Method in It

This Be March Madness, Yet There’s Method in It

Jack Berens, Co-editor

April 2, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Sports, Student Life

Yes, I'm aware.  Number one ranked Villanova hasn't lost since late February, and in fact, they've won by double digits in every game since late February as well.  Their starting five all racked up double-digit points in its rout of the #1 seeded Kansas over the weekend.  The Wildcats tied the record...

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: A Genocide in 2018

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: A Genocide in 2018

Hannah Jaros, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Home, News

The most persecuted minority in the world. The Rohingya are a Muslim minority group who have been forcibly evicted by Buddhist extremists from Myanmar, a country bordering Thailand. They are now living in refugee camps in Bangladesh in hopes of seeking refuge away from the terrorizing government. In ju...

dreams? disillusioned realities.

dreams? disillusioned realities.

Lauren Kim, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


Filed under Home

what if our dreams are fragments of an alternate reality? an alternate dimension? an alternate universe? reflections of lives we will never fully live nor ever truly forget. the people we see, the "i" and "me" we dive into once we plunge into the fog of dreams, what if we are taking over, just for ...

Where Do You Stand? [TGB Quiz]

Where Do You Stand? [TGB Quiz]

Jack Berens, Co-editor

March 5, 2018


Filed under Home, Perspectives, Student Life

If you have ten minutes to spare, please take this online political compass test.  It assesses your positions on different types of issues, and none of your data is distributed nor is it collected. This is what the chart you'll see at the end after you scroll down looks like. Please click here for the link!  ...

What’s in a Commencement Speech?

What’s in a Commencement Speech?

Jack Berens, Co-editor

March 5, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Student Life

"Beware the Ides of March."  Or so says the soothsayer in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.  Well, the national phenomenon of men's college basketball tournament, March Madness, begins March 15th for first-round games.  Since ides references a day falling between the 13th-15th in Roman culture, when the...

Who Will Be Our Next Mr. Warren?

Who Will Be Our Next Mr. Warren?

Jessica Lim, Chief of Layout

March 2, 2018


Filed under Home, Student Life

The looks, the charisma, the talent, the school spirit... which senior boy has it all? For the second year in a row, Student Council will be hosting a satirical male pageant to find who deserves the title of Mr. Warren! The pageant begins with a short choreographed dance by Warren's very own Devilettes,...

Pictures from Mundelein-Warren Special Ed Basketball Game

Pictures from Mundelein-Warren Special Ed Basketball Game

Jack Berens, Co-editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Sports, Student Life

Please enjoy these pictures from the Mundelein vs. Warren special education basketball.  It was super fun to watch, and Warren came out on top! ...

Student Tax Outlook

Student Tax Outlook

Jack Berens, Co-editor

February 5, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Student Life

High school students have notoriously short attention spans.  Teachers ensure that their lessons are often as concise as possible in order to hold onto the ever-fleeting focus of high schoolers.  With that background, I'm sure not many things cause teenagers' eyes to glaze over quite like the thought...

Me Too.

Me Too.

Sophia Diaz, Staff Writer

February 5, 2018


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives

We've all done it. Laughing with the crowd, whether we knew it was wrong or not. Telling the joke we thought was harmless. Hearing insensitive humor and brushing it off. We've all been guilty of at least one of these at some point. It's a normal human reaction, to jump on the bandwagon and avoid confrontation....

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