Hello world of coding: Senior Jill Kennicott (left) encourages Sophomores Enayda Bustos and Sarai Herrera to sign up for the club Girls Who Code. Despite expressing hesitancy at first, Bustos and Herrera eventually opened up the idea of trying something new. “[Kennicott] was like: ‘oh no, you don’t need any experience’,” said Bustos. “She got us more confident in ourselves.”
Activities, sports and clubs, Oh My!
Kayla Baltazar, News-Features/Opinion Editor • September 21, 2022

   Follow the yellow brick road! Well, more like follow the red running track. The sights surrounding the track-- rows and rows of tables, signs swinging in the wind, pens rapidly scribbling down names and students walking...

The Art Festival is Back
Jolene Zielinski, Reporter • September 21, 2022

  The Mundelein community welcomed back the Mundelein Art Festival where 45 artists showcased and sold their own art, including paintings, sculptures, jewelry and other various craft items.Students from Mundelein High School...

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An Evening of One Acts
Jolene Zielinski, Reporter • September 21, 2022

  On September 12 and 13 Mundelein Theatre performed student-directed one acts that consisted of comedy, drama, romance, life and death. The One Acts consisted of six short...

Violence and Delights
Violence and Delights
Hannah Roberts, Reporter • September 20, 2022

    Minor spoilers ahead!     “These Violent Delights” by Chloe Gong is perfect for anyone who loves action, romance, betrayal, and enemies to lovers. It’s...

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Rivalry Match

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Girls softball players, coach pitch new season goals, challenges

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Late start, great start

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Reliable resources for the future

September 20, 2022

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