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Plight for the Picture #FlytheW

Myrah Rafiah Beverly, Contributor

February 8, 2017


Filed under News, Sports, Student Life

When did you see the Cub's trophy? "I saw it twice, once on January 7th and once on January 21st. The first one was in Rockford and we waited for 4 hour, 1 hour inside and 3 hours outside in the negative degrees. Second time was 30 minutes. It was at a Cubs Convention; everyone was going for the au...

MSA’s Hijab Day

Myrah Beverly and Jack Berens

February 8, 2017


Filed under Student Life

From February 1st-7th, Warren's Muslim Student Association presented a hijab week in order to defuse harmful misconception about the Islamic veil. In the first six days, facts about the hijab appeared in the announcements. Then on February 7, 2017, the hijab was unveiled for all students (overwhelmingly...

Does it Really Matter Where You Go To College?

Does it Really Matter Where You Go To College?

Lydia Sundberg, Contributor

February 6, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Student Life

As high school seniors hear back from their dream schools with either a large acceptance envelope or a skinny rejection letter,  juniors begin to compile the lists of universities they plan to apply to.  A certain question resonates: does where we go to college really matter in terms of future succe...

Shut Down on Stevenson: WTHS Boys Basketball Electrifying Upset

Shut Down on Stevenson: WTHS Boys Basketball Electrifying Upset

Jack Berens, Co-editor

February 6, 2017


Filed under Sports, Student Life

According to CSN Chicago's 2016 Preseason Boys Basketball Rankings, the Stevenson Patriots stacked up as the eighteenth best boys high school basketball team in the entire state of Illinois.  Only one year removed from a 2014-2015 Class 4A State Championship, the Stevenson basketball program epitomize...

Judicial Preview – Upcoming Teen Court Apps

Riley Doyle, Contributor

January 30, 2017


Filed under Student Life

High school students are constantly looking for opportunities to expand their horizons and join new extracurricular activities.  Whether to find an additional hobby or further their volunteering experiences, a great opportunity for teenagers in Lake County is to apply for NICASA's Teen Court. Teen...

A Quest for Your Palette

Jason Rosegay, Head Chef: WTHS

January 10, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Warren Township High School has a new food service provider starting this school year. It is Quest Food Management Services, which is a locally based company.  Quest Food Service Management services began operations in Chicagoland, serving K-12 institutions, nearly 30 years ago with a focus on provid...

Gaining Motivation to Study

Myrah Rafiah Beverly, Contributor

January 10, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Everyone has been in the situation where he/she has important tasks, whether it be schoolwork, exercise, a deadline to meet or unfulfilled promises, that are left to the absolute last minute. Following the peaceful period of procrastination, there is stress and mediocre or halfhearted work. In 2016, StudyMode,...

Students’ Motivation: Grades over Learning

Lydia Sundberg, Contributor

January 10, 2017


Filed under News, Student Life

There is no argument that students require motivation in order to perform in school; however, where these motivations are directed has become corrupted. In modern high schools, there is great pressure on students to receive all A’s and take vigorous courses, and as a result, getting good grades has...

More on Supershow 2017

Humera Khaleel, Contributor

January 10, 2017


Filed under Student Life

Supershow is a cultural talent showcase to bring out the best of Warren’s talented students. All proceeds go to charity and it’s a fun night that includes a fashion show displaying different types of cultural fashion from around the world. Unique acts such as Sign language performance by Briann...

In Memoriam of Josh Church – A True Friend

Jack Berens, Co-editor

January 10, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Perspectives, Student Life

On November 16 just five days after his seventeenth birthday, WTHS Junior swimmer Josh Church passed away unbelievably abruptly.  He was a friend of mine (and very many), and if you knew him or want to know about him, please visit his obituary page on the Warren Cemetery's website: http://www.warrencemetery.com/book-of-memories/2773566/Church-Joshua/obituary.php I...

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