MHS introduces emergency day alternative: e-Learning

Ashley Cline, Features Editor

December 11, 2019

Say farewell to an endless number of lazy snow days when the roads turn into snow dunes and ice rinks. Starting this year, if the students can’t get to school and two emergency days have passed, the school will come to the students...

MHS hosts double the number of veterans compared to last year’s Veterans Day assembly

Kylie Carrier, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2019

On Nov. 6, MHS hosted its annual Veterans Day assembly, not only to honor local veterans, but to give students the chance to recognize the importance of what a veteran represents. The assembly recognized the veterans in sev...

MASC students bring Thanksgiving meals to Mundelein families

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion & Online Editor

December 11, 2019

One of Mundelein’s largest community service student organizations, Mundelein After School Coalition, or MASC, will be hosting its annual Turkey Drive on Nov. 26. Fueled by donations from the community, MHS students partner...

National Honor Society inducts fewer members this year

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

December 11, 2019

The 2019-20 National Honor Society at MHS saw lower inductee numbers than usual this year with only 55 new inductees, 12 being boys. The low numbers in the club this year put more pressure on the existing members to volunteer...

Rusk helps students through college process

Ryan Wilson, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

With the start of the school year comes the daunting tasks, for many of the seniors, of requesting recommendation letters, writing essays and filling out college applications. While the college application process can be stressful...

Students take step forward with Political Actions Club

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

October 7, 2019

While political clubs are common in high schools, Political Actions Club aims to move away from the traditional partisan-based clubs to one that helps its members better understand the political climate at the moment in a ...

From trade wars to 2020 debates, here’s a political recap from summer

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion & Online Editor

September 30, 2019

Over the summer, while many students were busy at music festivals, studying for the SAT or ACT or working a summer job, many political events occurred that may have gone unnoticed. From the beginning of summer to the first month...

Historic beginnings enacted for District 75, 120 this school year

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion & Online Editor

September 30, 2019

In a move designed to save money by consolidating resources, District 75 and District 120 now share a superintendent and select services. The goal of this partnership is to provide greater communication and continuity from Pre-K...

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