The Warrior

We want spirit, how about you?

By Editorial Board

November 15, 2019

We remember watching in awe as the seniors dressed up in costumes, each day’s get-ups more elaborate than the last, all culminating in a flurry of school pride at the end of the week. We remember listening to the seniors scream...

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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