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The U.S’s bombing of Syria

Brianna Thompson, Staff Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under News

On Friday night, the United States, Britain, and France bombed Syria. Together, all three countries hit three of the following targets: a research center, a storage facility, and an equipment facility and command post all believed to be related to Syria's chemical weapon's program. Russian Presid...

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 Austin Bomber

The Austin Bomber

Brianna Thompson, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018


Filed under News

In his recorded confession, Anthony Conditt labeled himself as a "psychopath" and showed no signs of remorse for those who were killed in the explosions. Police are still looking into the case and trying to find clues that may have led to these violent acts of terror. Investigators are looking to see...

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...

Mr. Warren Pics

Alexis Bell, Staff Photographer

March 19, 2018


Filed under News

Please see the slideshow.

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...

A White Dude’s Perspective on Black History Month

Jack Berens, Co-editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under News, Perspectives, Student Life

This will be more of a blurb than an article. As a white guy in America, I recognize that I have white male heterosexual privilege.  No, society does not ascribe me specific rights that other demographics do not enjoy.  However, I recognize that I have perceptions and benefits of the doubt that...

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! ...

The New Snapchat Update: A Hit or a Miss?

The New Snapchat Update: A Hit or a Miss?

Riley Doyle, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


Filed under News

As Snapchat makes arguably their most drastic software update since the start of the social media platform, many users are up in arms.  The revered “stories” feature has become increasingly difficult to use; everyday people’s stories are now intermingled amidst real chats and streaks, while t...

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