The Golden Blue

Eat

Myrah Beverly, Contributor

April 17, 2017


Filed under Creative Corner

One day you will be curled up. Write a sad poem as if it is a handbook. Endure the terrifying days out of the year where you will have violent torrents of a breakdown. Your problems will no longer fit in your back pocket. Keep writing. Contemplate whether to explain everything or noth...

Native Tongue

Native Tongue

Myrah Beverly, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under Creative Corner

this is a piece about confusion as we try to find the peace in confusion as we find the fun in being young but only find the funds of being young maybe your spine switched places with you mind that one time because you wanted some backbone instead the common sense that I was too poor...

Presidential Pets

Lianna Kowalke, Co-editor

April 17, 2017


Filed under News

With their every action under the scrutiny of the public eye, presidents and their families often find it hard to lead a normal life.  First family members often try reintroduce normality to their lives by bringing pets into the White House. Of our past forty-four presidents, only two did not own pets: Ch...

The Coachella of Chicago

The Coachella of Chicago

Riley Doyle, Contributor

April 17, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, In The Community, News

Natives of the greater Chicagoland area hear much about the musical festival called "Lollapalooza" that takes place every August. Festivals like Lollapalooza offer star-studded headliners day after day.  In exchange for  $120 for a one day pass or $335 for a four day general admission pass, attendees...

Meme of the Month – April

Hailey Szadowski, Contributor

April 17, 2017


Filed under Meme of the Month, Opinion

This month’s meme is the Student Athlete meme. Based off of motivational, yet rather obnoxious, posts made on Twitter and Instagram, the meme is a mockery of how some student athletes present themselves online and communicate on social media. The meme features a statement, usually proclaiming that they n...

August’s Sun

August’s Sun

Alex Garner, Contributor

April 6, 2017


Filed under Creative Corner, Home

Mama told me to run. Anytime I was afraid, I had to run. Just keep looking forward and run, right into the sun. I would be safe there. She had this notion that the sun was our protector, that it would nurture us until we wilted away, until it scorched us. She told us that we had to worship it and respect...

Biggest Midwest State Schools – Compared

Biggest Midwest State Schools – Compared

Jack Berens, Co-editor

April 6, 2017


Filed under Home, News, Student Life

Are you a prospective future college student?  Interested in large state universities in the Midwest? Start here!  Please click on the sheet to view. Jack Berens Note that undergraduate enrollment and tuition numbers are from US News while acceptance rates are from PrepScholar....

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