Political Melodies

Artists put aside their reserved fear of punishment in order to speak their minds and publicize issues that deserve attention.

Why you should want the Nintendo Switch for Christmas

Before the Nintendo Switch came out there were two major gaming consoles. The PlayStation 4 by Sony and the Xbox One by Microsoft, but that all changed when the Nintendo Switch was released on March 3, 2017. The Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console meaning that it can “switch” between playing on the T.V. or […]

College Basketball in Full Swing

Staff Writer: Alex Kelly On November 6, the 2018-19 season of college basketball officially began, and so far, it hasn’t disappointed. There have been upsets, blowouts and nail-biters when its only six games into the season.   When asked about how he’s felt about the season so far, Will Callahan, senior at Woodstock High School, said, […]

Falling in Love with Love/Sick

Section writer: Hannah Suh The phenomenal cast and crew of our very own Drama Club spent roughly two months preparing for Love/Sick, a play presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc, New York. Nov. 8-10, these lovely students brought Love/Sick to life through their brilliant acting and settings. If you were not able […]

Freshman Phenom is Taking Over, Basketball Starts Hot, Universities Add Wolverines

  Staff Writers: Ramon Elortondo and Corey Darko Lead Story: The lady’s basketball team has gotten off to a hot start behind the exhilarating play of freshman varsity point guard Bridget Utberg. As of press time, she has led the team in scoring and assists every game of the year. Bridget is an ambidextrous player […]

Reelin’ in the Years: The History of Steely Dan

Steely Dan is an American rock band founded in 1972 by core members Walter Becker guitars, bass, backing vocals and Donald Fagen keyboards, lead vocals. Blending jazz, traditional pop, R&B, and sophisticated studio production with cryptic and ironic lyrics, the band enjoyed critical and commercial success starting from the early 1970s until breaking up in […]

“I am SO ready to leave.”

Staff Writer: Jordan Van Dyke This month I want to jump back in and talk with senior Brooke Schoonmaker. Keeping it short and simple with a student profile. I started off by asking Brooke a few basic questions about her plans for her last year in high school and what her plans are for after […]