Mundelein election concludes with re-election for Mayor Lentz, new trustees
Mundelein election concludes with re-election for Mayor Lentz, new trustees
Nick Schwenk, Staff Reporter • May 6, 2021

Election night wrapped up in Mundelein on April 6 with a commanding victory for Mayor Steve Lentz, who was reelected for a third term. Winning by almost 500 votes in the mayoral election, Lentz finished ahead of Trustees...

When social media, Wall Street Clash: Students, staff reflect on January’s stock market short squeeze
Ashley Cline, Co-Editor-in-Chief • March 7, 2021

The internet was buzzing over a stock market short squeeze in late January after Reddit users sparked a movement that would shift power away from Wall Street toward the common investor.  “A Redditor on r/WallStreetBets...

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While performing the group’s music, Band Director Jerald Shelato plays his trumpet during 5th period on Zoom, unmuted, for the Honors Wind Ensemble musicians to play along with at home. “Students, you may or may not believe this, but to whatever degree you find online band to be cold, lacking, without spark, etc., so do I,” Shelato said. “I want us to get back to regular in-person band as soon as we can safely do it.”
Honors ensemble, home education: Mundelein band finds new ways of teaching during pandemic
Megan Burns, Staff Reporter • March 1, 2021

When Honors Wind Ensemble’s concert season was altered from the COVID-19 pandemic, Band Director Jerald Shelato had to adapt his teaching to the situation. “COVID-19...

In a heated tent outside of Area Coffee in Mundelein, senior Rosy Castro, freshman Kai Ackerman, freshman Gianna Feather and junior Eli Walter film “Something In Common,” a play by Robin Pond, directed by Castro. This play, along with 11 others, will stream on Dec. 12 and 13 for virtual audiences.
Pandemic productions: Mundelein Theatre continues to perform with COVID-19 safety measures in place
Megan Burns, Staff Reporter • December 16, 2020

While a global pandemic put much of our lives on hold, Theatre Director Jonathan Meier has continued to put on productions this semester via Zoom and in-person rehearsals. “We...

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Athletics During A Pandemic: The efforts made to make high school, college sports a reality during COVID-19

Athletic Director tackles IHSA pandemic safety guidelines

November 24, 2020

Fall athletics adapt to COVID-19 safety regulations

October 9, 2020

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TikTok Isn’t Just Another App

December 8, 2020

The lack of learning with standards based grading

March 13, 2020

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