Category: As Seen in Print

Gang representation creates gray areas, unfair judgment

by Jacquelin Camacho, Staff Reporter For many years, the Chicagoland area has been home to…

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Editorial: P.E. vocab requires retention for impact

While Spokesman commends the physical education (P.E.) teachers for incorporating vocabulary into more departments of…

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Picks of the Month: February

Album: Tegan and Sara’s latest effort, “Heartthrob,” combines elements of indie pop, rock and new…

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Hollywood lacks originality with movies

by Megan Provost, Asst. Focus Editor What to look forward to in 2013: sequels, sequels…

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Bieber releases ‘Believe Acoustic’: Latest release abandons computer enhanced beats for acoustics

Bieber releases ‘Believe Acoustic’: Latest release abandons computer enhanced beats for acoustics

by Robert Perales, A&E Editor With the distribution of Justin Bieber’s latest re-release, “Believe Acoustic,”…

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Current gun policy should not be changed

by Solinna Chong, Associate Editor After the tragic event at Sandy Hook Elementary School in…

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WHS keeps current security policy

WHS keeps current security policy

by Megan Provost, Asst. Focus Editor WHS has not made any drastic changes in security…

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‘Stampede’ stands strong despite school sponsorship

by Mike Pink, Staff Reporter Wheeling, Hersey and Buffalo Grove High Schools “typically” never get…

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Peterson moves to varsity level, stands as most improved player

by Kelly McKewin, Asst. Sports Editor Moving to Varsity Coming into a team of seniors,…

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Musto, models exhibit fashion show at Millennium Park

Musto, models exhibit fashion show at Millennium Park

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief Jess Musto, senior, enlisted her friends to create a team consisting…

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