Graphic by Fiona Kogan '22

A letter to adults

October 1, 2020

Graphic by Fiona Kogan '22

Notorious everlasting

September 18, 2020

Freshman connection goes online

Josh Lazar '21, Sports Editor

August 21, 2020

Counselor Brian Coleman and teacher David Gilmer recreated freshman connection virtually in order to avoid in-person gatherings.  Due to the social nature of the two-week orientation, freshman connection has historically been...

CPS announces all-remote learning plan

Simone Garber '22 and Fiona Kogan '22

August 19, 2020

Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Public Schools (CPS) CEO Janice Jackson announced at a joint press conference Wednesday morning that CPS will start the 2020-21 school year entirely remotely. Lightfoot’s and Jackson’s statement foll...

Drawing by Fiona Kogan '22

In it to win it

July 28, 2020

Learning from afar: I take part in remote learning from the comfort of my home.

Lather, rinse, repeat

June 13, 2020

AN EMPTY “L” | A CTA train comes out of Adams / Wabash station on April 24th. Rail ridership has dropped 87 percent since Illinois began its shelter-in-place measures.

The next stop

June 9, 2020

Social distancing is a privilege

Katherine Williams '20, Associate Editor, Print

June 9, 2020

In hospitals across the country, there are thousands of healthcare workers working day and night to take care of patients afflicted with COVID-19. Their tireless work is crucial to “flattening the curve,” and their treatme...

Clean water and air as virus spreads

Sisley Mark '20, Editor-In-Chief

June 9, 2020

Less air pollution in China, clear canals in Venice, and an overall slowdown of economic activity are the result of social distancing measures. With fewer people driving cars and going to work, coronavirus has made a positive...

Drawing by Fiona Kogan ‘22

Size blind

June 9, 2020

Photo by Maddie Fitzgerald '22

Alone together

June 9, 2020

Coronavirus steals the show

Myles Cole '20, School Editor

June 9, 2020

  Since Tuesday, Mar. 17, all Chicago Public Schools (CPS) facilities have been closed to students and faculty in an attempt to reduce the spread of the COVID-19.  In-person classes have been canceled and new “e-learning” ...

Lots of history

Lots of history

October 17, 2019


The “mad hacker”

October 17, 2019


A fishy addition

October 17, 2019

Walking in instead of out

Walking in instead of out

October 10, 2019