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School

Josh Lazar '21 November 27, 2019
The multi-week strike puts Advanced Placement (AP) classes in an awkward position. Having two weeks lost ...
Emma Casillas '20 October 17, 2019
 As students walk in and out of the library, one may notice a larger fish living ...
Ava Thompson October 10, 2019
Marked by red and purple shirts, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and the Service Employee International ...
Katherine Williams January 29, 2019
The Jones Scholastic Bowl team took first place at the Metro North tournament on Jan. 26, ...

Lifestyles

Ava Thompson October 17, 2019
When Aspen rolled out in April 2019, students and teachers alike agreed that the new system ...
Katherine Williams March 21, 2019
Approximately 400 Jones students checked out of school on March 15 to take part in the ...
Katherine Williams January 29, 2019
As Chicago youth continues to get involved in activism and social issues, some teenagers have looked ...
adviser December 18, 2018
Last month, Owen Charles ‘21 earned national recognition as he was presented with an award for ...

Opinion

adviser April 4, 2019
Are these things ever stocked? I wondered, staring at the sad dispenser while standing in line ...
adviser June 5, 2018
While I am a little bit sad to say that I won’t be at Lollapalooza this ...
adviser June 5, 2018
It seems as though there is a conspiracy theory out there for everything, ranging from theories ...
adviser April 24, 2018
Before the sun rose on April 5, five Jones runners, myself included, boarded a United Airlines ...

Sports

Josh Lazar '21 November 27, 2019
In a game that was close throughout, the Jones boys basketball team could not overcome late ...
Jack Burkhardt '20 October 17, 2019
Losing the boys and girls Jones’s tennis coach, known to the students as Coach Dan Lee, ...
adviser May 30, 2019
The track and field Eagles flew to the Blue Oval in Charleston, Illinois last Wednesday, May ...
adviser May 16, 2019
As great as a team can be, a championship never comes easy. All of the effort ...

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