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April 4, 2018

Insight into low youth voter turnout

By Emma Loew, Reporter

April 4, 2018

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Only fifty percent of eligible American youth, ages 18-29, voted in the 2016 Presidential election, according to Civic Youth. According to Ms. Caracci, an AP Government teacher, these statistics are normal. “If you look back statistically, older pe...

Adam Pfeifer takes on semester in Senate

By Nick Udell, Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Features

Adam Pfeifer, Div. 973, said that he found out about the U.S. Senate’s page program as a freshman because of an AP Human Geography assignment. He was not satisfied with the results of a career interest survey, so he looked e...

The psychology of presenting

By Agatha Orlovska, Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Features

She sat in her seat trying to get through the school day. Everything was going well until her teacher started to call on students at random. Her heart began to race and she avoided eye contact with her teacher. The student, a...

The Chicago river is bouncing back

By Emma Loew, Reporter

February 15, 2018

Filed under Features

It stretches 156 miles, runs right by Lane, and offers a better quality of life for humans, animals, and plants; the Chicago River is bouncing back. Many people may only associate the Chicago River with the newly developed R...

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