Edmond trains in effort to achieve wrestling state title

Edmond trains in effort to achieve wrestling state title

Michael Claussen
November 25, 2014 • 2 views
Filed under Personality, Sports, Top Stories

Juwan Edmond, senior, walks out onto the wrestling mat for practice, knowing he needs to train harder than ever if he wants to achieve his ultimate goal – the wrestling State Title. Edmond has had three extremely successful years at Central, but lacks the championship that he has trained for. “Freshman... Read more »

Is Central unpatriotic?

Is Central unpatriotic?

Andrew Coyner and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
November 24, 2014 • 32 views
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

As a school, we don’t celebrate Veteran’s Day enough or give it the respect it deserves. That is the opinion of a sizable group of Hinsdale Central students and an opinion that I agree with. As a school, Hinsdale Central magnifies holidays like Columbus Day, Memorial Day, and Martin Luther King Jr.... Read more »

Boys’ soccer hits stride at the right time, wins State Championship

Boys’ soccer hits stride at the right time, wins State Championship

Michael Claussen and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 55 views
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The boys’ varsity soccer team came out victorious in the IHSA State soccer championship on Nov. 8 after beating Normal Community 1-0. The team qualified for the State Championship after defeating a number of high-ranked, difficult... Read more »

Cross country teams place at the state finals

Cross country teams place at the state finals

Julia Guglielmo and Christi Carras, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 99 views
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

On Saturday Nov. 8 boys' and girls' cross country competed for the Illinois state title. The boys' team strived for back to back state titles from their 2013 season. However, there was a setback when the team placed second in sectionals. Varsity... Read more »

“Vietnam 101: The War on Campus” provides insight into a confusing time

“Vietnam 101: The War on Campus” provides insight into a confusing time

Matt Stockmal and Christi Carras, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 90 views
Filed under A&E, Top Stories

Central’s Drama Department and Director Christine Hicks put on a performance of Vietnam 101: The War on Campus the weekend of Nov. 13. The play is a series of monologues and scenes in which students from Oberlin College in the mid 60s and early 70s describe... Read more »

Q-BBQ provides classic barbecue at a slightly inflated price

Q-BBQ provides classic barbecue at a slightly inflated price

Daniel Holland, Liam Jones, and Christi Carras, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 47 views
Filed under Dining with the Devil, Top Stories

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Chun hypes up Red Devil Nation with videos

Chun hypes up Red Devil Nation with videos

Andrew Bitautas and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 81 views
Filed under Personality, Top Stories

Steven Chun, senior, began making videos years ago for school projects and family vacations; however, now he uses his talents to entertain a much larger audience: Red Devil Nation. Chun is the man behind the camera in all of Red Nation’s popular “hype” videos that attempt to rally students... Read more »

Seniors sign and commit to collegiate athletics

Seniors sign and commit to collegiate athletics

Paige Pielet and Christi Carras, Editor
November 20, 2014 • 118 views
Filed under News, Top Stories

On the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 12, the Athletic Department hosted a fall National Letter of Intent college signing event. Eleven Central athletes participated, and there... Read more »

History Club looks to the future through the past

History Club looks to the future through the past

Andrew Bitautas and Sanjana Srinivasan, Editor
November 14, 2014 • 130 views
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Hinsdale Central students have yet another club to join this year-History Club. The club was made this year by JD Randell, senior, along with his friends Andrew Coyner, junior, and Jack Mueller, junior. Last year Randell and his friends participated in Wisconsin’s state tournament in history and... Read more »

No Shave November rises in popularity

No Shave November rises in popularity

Daniel Holland and Christi Carras, Editor
November 13, 2014 • 143 views
Filed under Features, Top Stories

As senior Timmy Brankin walks through the halls, he notices one thing. From the peach fuzz on freshmen to the varied patches and straggling hairs on the juniors, and finally to the rare, full bearded senior, many students have or are attempting to grow some form of facial hair. The trend is called,... Read more »