Outside U-High walls

Savannah Remkus, Reporter

February 23, 2017

Filed under Features & Student Life

Inside the walls of our schools, athletes are some of the most well known students that are enrolled. Many of them participate in athletics outside of school, in addition to their long hours of practice for their school’s team. “I...

Fact or Fiction: Potter Edition

Ressa Crubaugh, Reporter

February 20, 2017

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Friendly French teacher James Potter has certainly had an interesting life. However, students are not always getting the facts right about him. After years of teaching at U-High, a few rumors need some clarification. In order...

Where the Ivy grows

Where the Ivy grows

February 16, 2017

Dreams of dancing

Dreams of dancing

February 14, 2017

Mapping out an independent study

Elijah Gray, Reporter

February 13, 2017

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Senior Emmi Chambers took her love for everything ecology outdoors last semester into her independent study. She provided much needed updates to the Illinois State University campus tree map. The tree map provides information about different types of tre...

U-High’s Aquarium

Lake Williams, Reporter

February 8, 2017

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Zach Gocker is known around school as a wrestler and a runner, but what many people may not know about him is his love for fish and biology. These shared passions led Gocker to an unique independent study. “Coach Troll and I woul...

Fact or Fiction: Corpus Edition

Leah Taylor, Reporter

February 8, 2017

Filed under Features & Student Life

Owning over 50 pairs of shoes, attending the original Farm Aid, and running 24 half marathons, including one in California and one in Ireland, 19-year chorus teacher Chris Corpus has undoubtedly had some interesting life experiences. When...

Fact or Fiction: Hany Edition

Janelle McDowell, Reporter

December 7, 2016

Filed under Features & Student Life

After getting asked to try out for the water polo team while doing rehab for a knee injury in a pool, history teacher Kirsten Hany has definitely lived an interesting life so far. After six years teaching at U-High and there ar...

U-Link: A helping hand

U-Link: A helping hand

November 28, 2016

Busiest Pioneers

Janelle McDowell, Reporter

November 16, 2016

Filed under Features & Student Life

“I’m tired, always tired,” is how senior Jess Huber describes her physical response to a busy schedule. The average Pioneer participates in four to five school activities. However, most students are involved in many activities...

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