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Safe Roads and Better Roads

Safe Roads and Better Roads

Riley Doyle, Contributor

November 14, 2016

Turn on the television in the months prior to November, and attack ads seem to have monopolized every possible time slot.  Varying from absurdity to slander, many in the public have become jaded because of the constant political banter; after all, how many of these verbal assaults have relevance to...

iPhone 7 Review

iPhone 7 Review

Lydia Sundberg, Contributor

November 3, 2016

The newest generation iPhone, the iPhone 7, came out on September 7th, 2016. The response has been somewhat underwhelming compared to past Apple releases due to the limited changes from previous models. Both the battery life and camera quality remain virtually unchanged. The elimination of both a home...

Rosh Hashanah …. A Celebrated Holiday

Humera Khaleel, Contributor

October 8, 2016

  by Humera Khaleel On October 2nd through October 4th, millions of Jews will be celebrating Rosh Hashanah. It is a very important holiday in Judaism. Not only does it mark the anniversary of the creation of Adam and Eve, but it also marks the beginning of the Jewish new year. After all, Rosh...

A Health of Information

Jack Berens, Co-Editor

September 26, 2016

Warren's Healthy Devils club has already caught its stride in its very first year. Healthy Devils meets every other Wednesday in the O'Plaine Campus's Faculty Cafeteria from 3:30 to 4:00 with the goal of educating Warren students and the community on how to lead healthy lifestyles. The club's...

Plague of the General Election

Riley Doyle, Contributor

September 26, 2016

Tuesday, November 8th is a date that political fanatics and everyday citizens alike are well familiar with. The impending election day of the year 2016 is almost tangible, and the race for the various levels of government is only heating up in intensity, closeness, and seriousness. The cards that the...

ACT to SAT: The Change and What It Means For Students

Jessica Lim, Contributor

September 26, 2016

For fifteen years, Illinois has issued the ACT as its standardized test. But in December of 2015, the Board of Education declared that they would be switching to the rival SAT as the official exam after the College Board won a three year, $14.3 million bid to take the ACT's place, which was $1.37 million...

Eid al-Adha

Myrah Rafiah Beverly

September 26, 2016

Taken by Neshmia Malik Muslim women offering Eid Al-Adha prayers at the Libertyville Sports Complex The Islamic holiday, Eid Al-Adha, is celebrated by over one billion Muslims worldwide from the evening of September 11th to September 13th. Eid Al-Adha, meaning "The Festival of Sacrifice" or "Sacr...

Labor Day Article

Lianna Kowalke, Co-editor

September 12, 2016

Labor Day is often highly celebrated by students, as it marks a rare three day weekend. However, most people are unaware of how labor day began, or what it really celebrates. So who do we have to thank for this holiday? Well, the identity of the creator of Labor Day is actually a pretty controversial...

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