Illinois passes law ensuring mental health days for students
Emma Gilbert, Reporter • December 9, 2021

In October, Governor J.B. Pritzker signed a law to allow school students ages 7-17 to take five excused mental health days without a doctor's note, starting in January 2022.  Mental health includes emotional, psychological,...

In Person schooling increases, alleviates some anxieties
Andrew Stauter, Reporter • December 7, 2021

On March 23, 2020, Illinois shifted remote learning due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which contributed to an increase in anxiety among students. Students remained in online learning for the rest of that year and the beginning...

Cafeteria prices increase
Zachary Hutchins, Reporter • December 2, 2021

School lunches are a staple of childhood memories. U-High even sells lunches provided by ISU Dining Services. So why has school lunch become so unpopular amongst U-High Students? One reason senior Michael Cavanaugh...

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New hobby leads to college opportunities
New hobby leads to college opportunities
Owen Piker, Reporter • December 3, 2021

When senior Delaney Fitzgerald first joined the Cross Country team, she was not expecting so much change. Today, not even two years after first joining the team, she is committed to the University of Kansas to run cross...

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Twin Tuesday: Meet the Kaebs
Twin Tuesday: Meet the Kaebs
Adam Reiman, Reporter • December 13, 2021

Simon and Jonah Kaeb are identical twins in their sophomore year. Both run Cross Country and play musical instruments. Q: Do you try to match at events such as homecoming?  Jonah: Really depends...

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