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April 5, 2019

Colin Kaepernick Nike Ad Sparks Viral Controversy

Antonia Kubas, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018

Nike's announcement of their new ad campaign has ignited a social media outrage. For Nikes 30th anniversary of the brands famous slogan “Just Do It” they had a series of athletes share their story of how they “Just...

Valentine Political Poem

Cassidy Stolarek, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2018

Twas the eve before Valentine's and all through the Senate not a voice vote was ringing ... except that of Mike Bennet You see, earlier that day Paul Ryan had said "don't let your crushes die in committee,...

When Your Heart Says “Yes” but Your Mom Says “No”

Cassidy Stolarek, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2018

Take it from someone who has a bucket list as long as the state of California, nothing puts a damper on a “Go! Go! Go!” vibe than a mom’s “No! No! No!” vibe. Whenever my friends and I get a burst of spontaneity and...

Stress Free Really is the Way to Be

Anna Vander Kooi, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2017

April is National Stress Awareness Month-which is completely ironic considering the late nights Lincoln-Way East students will be spending cramming their brains with rhetorical devices for their AP English test, logarithms for...

Your Hidden Superpower

Cassidy Stolarek, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2017

Yes, you read that correctly. After years of childlike dreaming about possessing superhuman mind powers, biology has answered the call. Everyone has experienced that weird sense at some time or another, the sense that someone...

Into the Pressure Cooker: Taming the Heat of College Prep

Cassidy Stolarek, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2016

Tis’ the season, and Santa’s bringing loads upon loads of doubts, fears, questions, and stressors with him in his sleigh. What if my application didn’t submit? What if I could’ve done better on it? Will I get my top ch...


Madison Glatz, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2016

Thanksgiving, the traditional holiday celebrated by families across America. People travel far and wide to get home for this holiday, hoping to avoid the slowly turning frigid weather. Mostly known for the copious amounts of food...

A Dream Come True

Nick Marietti, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2016

When I was growing up, I had a dilemma throughout my entire  childhood: Why couldn’t my favorite basketball player play for my favorite team, the Bulls? I loved Dwayne Wade ever since I first saw one of his games for the Miami...

A Girl’s Guide to Homecoming

Julia Esparza, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2015

Dress shopping often begins about a month before homecoming. Finding the prefect dress often entails multiple stores and multiple days. There is extensive research on what type of dress, what color, what fabric, etc. Every gi...

A guy’s take on fashion

Haley Calderon, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

Originally, I had sought to create an article about all the fashion trends girls did that guys in our school didn’t necessarily like. After listing all the things that made guys go “belch!” I was going to wrap it up by say...

When we grow up

Julia Esparza, Editor in chief

November 26, 2014

You are growing up now. You began growing up the second you were born. You will group up until the day you die. We grow every second of our lives, but not in the physical sense but in the emotional and moral sense. Growing up...

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