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Thread and Needle

Lauren Kim, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017

"You keep opening up your scars with jokes and laughter, telling people your most hurtful memories, the past you want to forget, sooner or later tearing the delicate and healing threads with false cheer. You joke about your scars and unconsciously cause them to re-open, making you feel that unforgettable...

You Are You

Swetha Mathai, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017

Insecurities They're the pieces of your body that make up you Emotions They're the feelings in your heart that make up you Thoughts They're the ideas in your head that make up you Memories They're the reflections that make up you Who are you? You are you It's the truth No matter how many times...

Farha Khan

August 28, 2017

I love to read books, watch Hindi movies literally all the time. I'm a proud Bengali-American, I love my culture and have strong feelings towards it. If you know me, you know that I love art, drawing, photography anything that lets me have a creative mind. Also I hate stereotypes, I have A LOT of school...

Meme of the Week

Meme of the Week

Hailey Szadowski, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017

This week's meme is Fidget Spinners. Arguably, spinners have died down; however, they have left such a large impact on society that it would be practically impossible for me to ignore them completely. So, here's some background information on the unique toy that managed to invade our summer: Originating...

Meme of the Month – January

Hailey Szadowski, Contributor

August 21, 2017

January's meme is the Evil Kermit Meme. Consisting of a screenshot of normal Kermit talking to "Evil Kermit" who incites him to participate in potentially harmful, lazy, or deceitful acts, this meme reflects upon the average person's urge to do the wrong thing even when the right thing to do is obvious....

Jessica Lim

Jessica Lim

August 21, 2017

Hi there! This is my third year with the newspaper and I handle the design and maintenance of our website. I love learning new things, especially if it involves traveling. Some of my favorite things to do involve visiting museums like the Field Museum or the Art Institute of Chicago, practicing piano,...

Humanity’s Fate in Our Hands

Alexine Siwy, Contributor

August 21, 2017

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...

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