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I’m Proud to Have a Limb Difference. “The Witches” Movie Says I Should Feel Otherwise.
Opinions

Allison McElroy | November 6, 2020

What does a witch look like? Someone with green skin? A pointy hat? The new film adaptation of Roald Dahl’s “The Witches,”  sparked a backlash over its interpretation of that question. Released…

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Local sewing community pays it forward
Coronavirus

Grace Zhang | March 27, 2020

Growing up, we’ve read about history, learned about history, and now? We’re living through history. As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads, it seems as if we as students can’t do anything to help…well,…

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Crafting cranes for the coronavirus cause
Coronavirus

Linya Guo | March 12, 2020

Sycamore High School is a huge advocate for helping and working for greater causes. From Fashion for the Cure to Unified for Uganda, SHS students have taken the initiative to raise awareness and collect…

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Lynx Project performs Autism Advocacy concert at SHS
Features

Allison McElroy | March 11, 2020

Lights up. The SHS auditorium fills with sound. But this music is not coming from Sycamore’s many musical ensembles, as one might expect. It is the unique concert experience created by the Lynx Project.

On…

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Peanut Butter Falcon flies into theaters
Arts & Entertainment

Jack Wolfe | October 29, 2019

When going to a movie theater filled with giant surround sound speakers where you can hear every explosion and gunshot in the upcoming action blockbuster, it is easy to miss the beauty and nuance of just…

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Netflix’s ‘Umbrella Academy’ is equally weird and wonderful: Review
Arts & Entertainment

Alex Jowanovitz | March 18, 2019

Surprise! Streaming juggernaut Netflix has another hit on their hands. After recently offing all of their original Marvel programming (including “Daredevil” and “The Punisher”), the platform has debuted…

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Driving solo
Opinions

Anisa Khatana | February 28, 2019

I tug my jacket closed as I cross the parking lot, struggling against the oppressively strong winds. As I pull the keys out of my pocket and hear a metallic clank, I realize that I don’t know how to…

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Mott wins big at local writing competition
Arts & Entertainment

Deeya Prakash | February 27, 2019

An avid reader. An aspiring author. A medical drama enthusiast. A baker. These are all phrases that can be used to describe a student at SHS.

And now, the word “champion” can be added to the list.

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