New Year, New U

Reporter, Cassie Trosino

November 20, 2017

Filed under News

Structural and physical changes seen throughout the building this year include the TV in the main hallway, the library, the gym floor, and an influx of new teachers. The changes have made this 50-year-old building more attractive ...

Grades aren’t the only thing driving NHS Students…

Christiana Thompson, Reporter

November 8, 2017

Filed under Features & Student Life, News, Uncategorized

This year, a whopping 46 students partake in National Honor Society (NHS), an organization where school service events are a focal point. “They become more and more selfless as the year goes on.” National Honor Society ...

Farewell to a class act

Dylan Panizo, Reporter

March 10, 2017

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Jeffery Hill, the lab schools superintendent, announced last week that next year he will be taking a job in Morton District 709 as the superintendent. Hill has been with the lab schools for twelve years now, which includes seven...

Keeping our students safe

Dylan Panizo, Reporter

February 27, 2017

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For every 10,000 people in Illinois, there are 21.63 registered sex offenders, according to Reboot Illinois. This number is significantly higher than the 14.3 national average, which poses a safety threat to young people in Illinois...

Three decades of U-High

Three decades of U-High

February 9, 2017

Throwing their caps early

Robin Fiero, Reporter

December 7, 2016

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This year’s senior class has three students graduating early. Nikki Walker who graduated last year is now attending University of Minnesota. Joining the early graduates list will be seniors Olivia Butler and Elise Carter. ...

Growing list of clubs

Growing list of clubs

November 30, 2016

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