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Royers 2020 Legislative Campaign

By Gabe Paredes and Kaitlyn Willard

February 16, 2019

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on January 28, 2019.

Local chocolatier crafts sweets and community

Local chocolatier crafts sweets and community

By Mandy Hitchcock, Carlmont High School

February 16, 2019

The Go To Chocolate stall not only brings a wide variety of locally sourced chocolate goods to the College of San Mateo Farmers’ Market but a penchant for small businesses in the Bay Area as well; take a look at how appreciation for good food can bring a community together. Drop by the farmers’...

An inside look at Super Bowl LIII

By Elise Isakov, Henry W. Grady High School

February 15, 2019

More goes into preparing for and executing the Super Bowl than the public thinks. The Southerner goes behind the scenes to look at the big game, speaking with fan Catelina Arrascue, a fan who was attending the game from South Carolina and Dr. Eric Ossman, the event's physician at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. ...

UNO Computer Science Hack-a-thon

By Jessica Burd and Natalie Eljamal

February 14, 2019

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on February 6, 2019.

24 hours across West High

24 hours across West High

By Pathfinder Staff, Parkway West High School

February 14, 2019

A photo essay by the Parkway West Pathfinder staff.

The power of speaking multiple languages

The power of speaking multiple languages

By Alyssa Mojica, Downers Grove South High School

February 13, 2019

This story was originally published on Blueprint on February 12, 2019.

Hot chocolate review

Hot chocolate review

By Sophie Chappell and Emma Lingo

February 12, 2019

Emma Lingo and I went to four different coffee shops and tried their hot chocolate. We rated them based on flavor and appearance. We visited Comet Café, 7/11, Blondie's Coffee and Wine Bar and Kayak Cafe. Watch the video to find out which hot chocolate we liked the best. This story was originally...

SAGE and Dietary Restrictions

SAGE and Dietary Restrictions

By Michael Puglise, Miami Country Day School

February 12, 2019

How well does SAGE provide for those with special or dietary restrictions? Reporter Michael Puglise from the Journalism class investigates and speaks to vegan, vegetarian and a kosher students. This story was originally published on The Spartacus on December 17, 2018....

Two brothers share the same hardships

By Johan de Rijke, Carlsbad High School

February 8, 2019

Brock and Liam Sarsilmaz both deal with harmful allergies daily, but it has brought them closer together. This story was originally published on Lancer Link on October 26, 2018.

Video: Dedication to Dance

Video: Dedication to Dance

By AnnaBeth Smith and Shivani Radhakrishnan

February 6, 2019

LNN's AnnaBeth Smith and Shivani Radhakrishnan show us freshman Lauren Utley's journey performing as Clara in The Nutcracker. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on January 25, 2019.

You Matter with Kyler Erickson

By Sydney Looney and Kaitlyn Willard

February 5, 2019

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on October 4, 2018.

Photo essay: A broken family. A broken home. A broken heart.

Photo essay: A broken family. A broken home. A broken heart.

By Maeve Walsh, McCallum High School

February 5, 2019

Shane (not his real name) has been homeless for 6½ years. He has been living in this place for one month now. He has decorated his place with graffiti and things he has found for free rather than typical home furnishings. When Shane got out of jail, he learned that his dog had been given up for adoption,...

Show Choir Premiere

By Sydney Looney and Edison Geiler

February 4, 2019

This story was originally published on The Catalyst on January 15, 2019.

Video: Special Sounds

Video: Special Sounds

By Chaney Kelly and Grant Vogel

January 31, 2019

LNN's Chaney Kelly and Grant Vogel take us to the orchestra room where a new program offers special needs students musical opportunities This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on January 24, 2019.

Pod on the Quad (Ella’s Edition): Women Runners

Pod on the Quad (Ella’s Edition): Women Runners

By Ella West, St. John's School

January 30, 2019

Pod on the Quad (Ella's Edition) is an offshoot of Sophia Kontos' edition of Pod on the Quad. Ella's Edition is produced, hosted and edited by Ella West with some additional work by Sophia Kontos. The music is by Ben Sound. The logo was designed by Amélie Perrier and Siena Zerr.  Recorded la...

Video: Hardware Hobby

Video: Hardware Hobby

By Jackie Carroll, Lovejoy High School

January 30, 2019

LNN's Jackie Carroll takes us into band director Paul Heuer's garage where he revs up his hobby. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on January 23, 2019.

Dog flu tests pet owners’ attentiveness

Dog flu tests pet owners’ attentiveness

By Mandy Hitchcock, Carlmont High School

January 30, 2019

Dogs typically finish their vaccinations within their puppy years and then make additional visits to the vet for boosters and checkups. Still, pet owners should be aware that there is always the opportunity for new viruses to emerge, and immediate steps to counter them will necessary. This story wa...

Wrestling through pain

Wrestling through pain

By Stephanie Qiu, Liberty High School

January 29, 2019

Breaking out a good sweat is a bittersweet feeling for most athletes, but to senior wrestler Jordan Johnston, it may be more painful than rewarding. “I have bulging discs,” Johnston said. “They’re hitting my nerves and I also have hypermobile vertebrae so one of my vertebrae moves too mu...

Athlete Profile: Koji Barrett

By Samuel Cooper, Clayton High School

January 29, 2019

This story was originally published on The Globe on January 22, 2019.

Life changing experience

Life changing experience

By Isabella Santiago, Liberty High School

January 29, 2019

It’s May of 2018, the school year was coming to a close. Seniors prepared for graduation, teachers and students alike prepared for summer, but one student prepared for a much more life changing experience as 18 year old Ash Engebretsen began the GENECIS program, a gender dysphoria program at Children's Medical Center. "First I told my previous therapist, I came out to her as trans, a...

What Do We Really Know About Weed?

What Do We Really Know About Weed?

By Daniel Tzalik, Miami Country Day School in Miami, Florida

January 28, 2019

It's edible, smokeable, "vapable" and can be bought in legal dispensaries and on many corners in America. But what do we really know about weed? Why do so many believe that this ubiquitous drug is safe? Is it really? Reporter Daniel Tzalik looks into some of the pros and cons of marijuana and its use...

Video Game Addiction

Video Game Addiction

January 28, 2019

Video Game Addiction is a real problem plaguing our children. Landon Williams and Kaity Gallimore take a look into this unhealthy trend. This story was originally published on AHS Tiger Life on November 12, 2018.

King of the Hill

King of the Hill

January 27, 2019

This story was originally published on AHS Tiger Life on December 21, 2018.

Video: Cosplayer in Disguise

Video: Cosplayer in Disguise

By Michelle Liu, Lovejoy High School

January 26, 2019

LNN's Michelle Liu shows us this student's alter ego. This story was originally published on The Red Ledger on January 22, 2019.

Is Homework Healthy?

Is Homework Healthy?

By Maria Salazar, Miami Country Day School in Miami, Florida

January 25, 2019

Some experts say homework may not be all we think it is. Journalism student Maria Salazar reports. This story was originally published on The Spartacus on December 17, 2018.

Philadelphia Mummers Parade

Philadelphia Mummers Parade

January 22, 2019

This story was originally published on Padua 360 on January 11, 2019.

Alexis Mae Uses Synesthesia to Enhance Her Art

Alexis Mae Uses Synesthesia to Enhance Her Art

By Isabella Eiler, Sage Creek High School

January 15, 2019

Since eighth grade, Alexis Mae has found a love for photography and her passion for this art form is ever-present in her pictures. She also uses one of her unique qualities, synesthesia, to enhance the quality and mood of her shoots. This story was originally published on The Sage on January 11, 2019....

Delaware Charity Challenge Indoor Triathlon

Delaware Charity Challenge Indoor Triathlon

January 15, 2019

This story was originally published on Padua 360 on January 11, 2019.

Teammates bond through Lafayette racquetball

Teammates bond through Lafayette racquetball

By Janka Gerber, Lafayette

January 15, 2019

While their coach has the goal of winning a national title, the players on Lafayette's racquetball team find joy in bonding through the sport. This story was originally published on The Image on January 2, 2019.

Dance Marathon – GNN Story

January 14, 2019

Adam & Gabe tell the story of the Dance Marathon being organized by CHS students. This story was originally published on The Globe on December 1, 2018.

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