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Notes for changes

Notes for changes

Emma Kroeger , Contributor
June 3, 2015 • 138 views
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The clock reads 2:30 a.m. and, while most everybody else is dreaming about the way they wish their life could be, sophomore Asia Chrones is wide awake, taking the first step in making her dreams come true. She uses the moonlight peeking in through her window as... Read more »

Art department awards its greatest

Art department awards its greatest

Andrew Coyner and Matt Stockmal
May 18, 2015 • 256 views
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Art students displayed their most recent works in the Honors Portfolio showcase and art department competition over the past two weeks. Both shows, orchestrated by the art department, exhibited the works of a number of... Read more »

Sheppard shouts “Geronimo” as it bounces into the charts

Sheppard shouts “Geronimo” as it bounces into the charts

Brianna Ary and Christi Carras, Editor
March 27, 2015 • 213 views
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Another Australian artist is topping the charts. However, unlike most of the artists from down under, the six-piece ensemble Sheppard stands out from the crowd. Not only is half the band related, they’re incredibly musically... Read more »

Rap duo Kalin and Myles’ “Dedication” pays off

Rap duo Kalin and Myles’ “Dedication” pays off

Brianna Ary and Christi Carras, Editor
March 23, 2015 • 359 views
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Fresh from the San Francisco Bay Area, rap duo Kalin and Myles is taking the music world by storm. They’ve released four EPs in two years and reached the top 6 on the Rap Albums Chart. The duo is even headlining their own tour to support their... Read more »

Rixton rises in popularity

Rixton rises in popularity

Julia Guglielmo and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
March 19, 2015 • 250 views
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  The band Rixton, most known for their hit single “Me and My Broken Heart,” is yet another British boy band. When people bring up British boy bands, my first thought goes to One Direction, embarrassing I know. However,... Read more »

Fiddler exceeds expectations

Fiddler exceeds expectations

Daniel Holland, Liam Jones, and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
March 18, 2015 • 269 views
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Over the course of the two and a half hours that Fiddler on the Roof , put on by retired English teacher Chris Hicks, ran in the Central auditorium, I laughed, I cheered, I sighed, and if you looked close enough, I even cried.... Read more »

Power to the poets

Power to the poets

Paige Pielet and Matt Stockmal
March 11, 2015 • 288 views
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Poetry club competed in the annual Louder Than A Bomb event that hosted its preliminary round from Feb. 25 to March 15. The Young Chicago Authors organization held... Read more »

NAHS remembers orphans through artwork

NAHS remembers orphans through artwork

Andrew Bitautas and Christi Carras, Editor
March 9, 2015 • 159 views
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National Art Honors Society has just completed their annual memory project, in which they paint portraits for Orphans overseas. The memory project is a worldwide effort to provide orphans with some sort of documentation of their childhood, something most lack. The club is sponsored by Ms. Laura... Read more »

Marching band to perform in London’s New Year’s Day Parade

Marching band to perform in London’s New Year’s Day Parade

Andrew Bitautas and Christi Carras, Editor
March 3, 2015 • 250 views
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It’s not every day royalty such as the great-grandson of Winston Churchill makes a visit to Hinsdale Central.  The Hinsdale central marching band was given this opportunity on Tuesday, Feb. 24. The former Lord Mayor of the City of Westminster, Duncan Sandys, came to the school to formally invite... Read more »

Students win writing awards in Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Contest

Students win writing awards in Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Contest

Christi Carras, Editor
March 2, 2015 • 322 views
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In December 2014, students from various English classes worked with their teachers to decide what pieces of poetry and prose they should submit to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Contest. On Feb. 28, seven students were honored by their... Read more »