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Drowning in unreadable data

By Sophia Rainey, Opinions Editor

September 5, 2019

Google has never been one to hide new features, so it surprised me when I found out about one I had never heard of. Instead of learning about the feature through the company itself, I found out through social media. It seemed...

A Black Perspective

A Black Perspective

September 5, 2019

Techno horror: When the digital world bleeds into reality

By Marilyn Muncy, News/Features Editor

June 3, 2019

A picture can capture a moment, one word can make a powerful statement and a single action can represent that person for a lifetime. These things can be for better or for worse, but either way, it is out there forever. At...

EDITORIAL: Lori Lightfoot for Mayor

By Editorial Board

April 1, 2019

In the light of a new election, we face the choice to pick someone new or keep things the same. From a high schooler’s perspective, one would run out of fingers and toes trying to count the number of times people have co...

A student’s perspective on CPS’s ‘Plan of Action’

By Frank Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

April 1, 2019

I opened my phone and read another email about an indefinitely removed staff member for the second time in a six-week period: A teacher was under investigation. I didn’t think too much of it; it felt impersonal and remote. ...

Journalism: a dying field?

Journalism: a dying field?

February 14, 2019

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