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Careers in Demand/Decline

Careers in Demand/Decline

Jack Berens, Co-Editor

September 17, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

As high school students, we need to look toward employment options in the future.  Here are the top ten careers with the brightest job prospects by 2024 and also the ones that will fight to survive. Ten Jobs in the Most Demand (Percent Growth Projected from 2014 to 2024 courtesy of the BLS) Wind Turbine Service ...

Searching for a Sponsor: Spanish National Honor Society

Searching for a Sponsor: Spanish National Honor Society

Riley Doyle, Staff Writer

September 17, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Student Life

Over a month into school, activities, and sports are well underway as Warren Township High School's 2017-2018 school year has started seamlessly, with the exception of the Spanish National Honor Society.  After the retirement of SNHS Sponsor Señora Taylor-Boehm at the end of the 2016-2017 school year,...

Women in STEM: A Human Issue

Women in STEM: A Human Issue

Sophia Diaz, Staff Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Student Life

As the pendulum swung back and forth, and my physics class counted to ten in a dull unison, I noticed the swarm of boys gathered as close to the pendulum as they could get. The girls, however, stood back in a staggered line, observing at a distance. I was filled with resent at the girls' hesitance towards...

Keeping It Clean

Keeping It Clean

Riley Doyle, Contributor

September 11, 2017


Filed under News

At 10 am on Saturday, August 27th, AP Environmental Science and AP Biology students from Warren, in addition to avid environmentally concerned community members, went to Waukegan Beach to celebrate the 4th Annual Beach Rally and Cleanup.  On behalf of the Sierra Club sponsored organization Clean Power...

Humanity’s Fate in Our Hands

Alexine Siwy, Contributor

August 21, 2017


Filed under News, Perspectives

As fossil fuel use, deforestation, and overpopulation have masked planet earth, climate change, a change in global or regional climate patterns, has become a prominent environmental, economical, and even political issue. Soon, a new generation of aspiring journalists, engineers, teachers, and environmentalists...

Westminster Attack: What You Need To Know

Alexine Siwy, Contributor

May 2, 2017


Filed under News

As 650 British Parliament members proposed new and reformed old laws, panic broke out. A man, later identified as Khalid Masood, mercilessly drove into pedestrians up to 76 miles per hour along the Westminster Bridge, injuring about 50. A few moments later, he thrusted his knife into a nearby unarm...

Presidential Pets

Lianna Kowalke, Co-editor

April 17, 2017


Filed under News

With their every action under the scrutiny of the public eye, presidents and their families often find it hard to lead a normal life.  First family members often try reintroduce normality to their lives by bringing pets into the White House. Of our past forty-four presidents, only two did not own pets: Ch...

The Coachella of Chicago

The Coachella of Chicago

Riley Doyle, Contributor

April 17, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

Natives of the greater Chicagoland area hear much about the musical festival called "Lollapalooza" that takes place every August. Festivals like Lollapalooza offer star-studded headliners day after day.  In exchange for  $120 for a one day pass or $335 for a four day general admission pass, attendees...

Biggest Midwest State Schools – Compared

Biggest Midwest State Schools – Compared

Jack Berens, Co-editor

April 6, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Student Life

Are you a prospective future college student?  Interested in large state universities in the Midwest? Start here!  Please click on the sheet to view. Jack Berens Note that undergraduate enrollment and tuition numbers are from US News while acceptance rates are from PrepScholar....

Glennon-Aid or Downgrade?

Glennon-Aid or Downgrade?

Jack Berens, Co-editor

March 20, 2017


Filed under News, Perspectives, Sports

On March 10 the everlasting Jay Cutler Era expired in accordance with the Mike Glennon Era's commencement.  Once he touch downed in Chicago, the 2013 third rounder Glennon gleamed of optimism due to his 18.5 million dollar guaranteed contract.  Amounting to a total of three years for 45 million...

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