Hagermoser directs her own play

Hagermoser directs her own play

Sanjana Srinivasan and Christi Carras, Editor
June 2, 2014 • 809 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories

  This summer, Ele Hagermoser, junior, is directing a play called Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. They play is one of her favorite shows and is about the friendship among... Read more »

Shupe competes in triathlons

Shupe competes in triathlons

Paige Pielet and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
May 21, 2014 • 354 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories

The two women head out the door of their Michigan home ready for a long run followed by some laps in the lake. They grumble at the thought of a hard training day but get through it together because they know that they are preparing for a triathlon. One... Read more »

Best friends Nelson and Roberts take on commencement speech

Best friends Nelson and Roberts take on commencement speech

Danah Atassi and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
May 15, 2014 • 950 views
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Laura Nelson, senior, and Gabrielle Roberts, senior, have acted in musicals together, performed in duets for Forensics together, and have even... Read more »

Leahy launches first fashion show DARKPOP

Leahy launches first fashion show DARKPOP

Danah Atassi and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
April 30, 2014 • 711 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories, Video

A gorgeous model struts down the runway, donning a beautiful golden dress as she poses before a captive audience. The designer watches backstage, making sure everything is going according to plan. This sounds like a scene from... Read more »

Fashionista Callen aspires to be buyer

Fashionista Callen aspires to be buyer

Paige Pielet and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
April 30, 2014 • 980 views
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After finishing up her homework, Devyn Callen, junior, is excited to find that she has time to pick out her outfit for tomorrow. Going through her closet, she grabs her favorite jean jacket and doc martens. But deciding to try a different look, she tries... Read more »

Quinn researches light house history

Quinn researches light house history

Katherine Kiang and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
April 24, 2014 • 9,715 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories

When most students envision school breaks, they think about vacations, relaxing with family and friends, and maybe a part time job or internship in the area. Senior Rebecca Quinn’s breaks however, take on a much different feel – they involve... Read more »

Awkward encounters

Awkward encounters

Anna Konstant, Writer
September 26, 2013 • 693 views
Filed under Columns, Personality, Top Stories

It’s obviously fun to mess with people as shown by the numerous clips on Youtube and Vine. Whether it’s gallon smashing (throwing gallons of milk on the ground), staring at people, pretending to struggle with opening the door, or simply acting... Read more »

What it means to say goodbye

What it means to say goodbye

Jena Sugay, Writer
April 5, 2013 • 573 views
Filed under Columns, Personality

As a senior, I have been more than excited to move on to the next chapter of my life and leave this old life at school behind. I’m done with Hinsdale, Chicago, and living with my family—and I know I’m not the only one. And as fourth quarter begins, the end of the year is beginning to feel closer... Read more »

Spinning back to square dancing

Bridget Gilmore, Writer
March 21, 2013 • 679 views
Filed under Opinion, Personality, Video

I had forgotten how sweaty freshman boys’ hands are. I am a senior, and it’s been three years since my freshman square dancing days. However, when I found out the freshman gym classes needed more girls, I, of course, volunteered—somehow able to sing every word to every song. Square dancing for... Read more »

To the know-it-alls

To the know-it-alls

Bridget Gilmore, Writer
February 20, 2013 • 707 views
Filed under Opinion, Personality

Slouching with drooping eyelids, I listened to the man at the podium. It looked like he was speaking. It really did. He was moving his mouth and his arms and his hands and the microphone was definitely on. But all I heard was, " yada yada yada." He was going on and on about his 36 years of teaching... Read more »