• Mike Gambino and his Kendama

    By Alyssa Duetsch Broadcast Editor Mike Gambino, a freshman at Prospect, explains his passion for a unique Japanese skill called the Kendama.

  • Guitar Club

    By Caroline Binley Copy Editor

    Guitar Club
  • Wrestling earns first ever state berth

    By Ryan Molini Sports Editor On Feb. 24, the varsity wrestling team made program history as they qualified for the team state finals against seven of the state’s top teams. Prospect wrestling is proud to finally say they are among the last eight standing. A narrow 30-29 victory over the Grant High School Bulldogs clinched the program’s first ever sweet sixteen […]

    Wrestling earns first ever state berth
  • #OOTD: Claire Marzolf

    By: Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor

    #OOTD: Claire Marzolf
  • Re-watch the girls’ basketball sectional semi-final here

    Live broadcast of the girls’ basketball Palatine sectional semi-finals with Prospect vs. Hersey. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 24, 2015. The feed will be announced by Jimmy McDermott. Aungelina Dahm will be producing with Kelly Schoessling on the cameras along with Molly Mueller and Bridgette Jasinski on stats. Share Events on The Cube

    Re-watch the girls’ basketball sectional semi-final here
  • Grief, Harry Caray and Herculean strength

    By Garrett Strother Entertainment Editor  When I was little, my father and I made the trip down to Wrigley to go see a Cubs game. I remember very little about the game itself, where we sat or who the Cubs were even playing that day. However, I vividly remember being entranced by a mural on the wall behind us. As […]

    Grief, Harry Caray and Herculean strength
  • 10 metal songs to get you in the mood this Valentine’s Day
  • Centennial at Forest View

    By: Alyssa Duetsch and Lauren Miller District 214 celebrated their 100 year anniversary last Saturday with a history of the district and history of each individual school. Many people with ties to Prospect wandered through the booth, recounting old memories.

  • Violence in “Kingsman” will leave you shaken, not deterred

    By Garrett Strother Entertainment Editor While they may derive their names from the Knights of the Round Table, the titular Kingsmen in “Kingsmen: the Secret Service” are all about Bond, James Bond. It used to seem that 007 was the last gentleman spy, the genre abandoned for Jason Bourne and Jack Bauer. However, “Kingsman” gives hope that the niche’s glory […]

    Violence in “Kingsman” will leave you shaken, not deterred
  • 50’s attire for dummies, Turnabout 2015

    By Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor  

    50’s attire for dummies, Turnabout 2015

News »

Guitar Club

Guitar Club

March 1, 2015 at 8:32 pm

By Caroline Binley Copy Editor

  • Prospect welcomes modernization
    Prospect welcomes modernization

    By Jack Ryan News Editor  Modernization, the goal of the Prospect administration. The way they plan on achieving...

    February 19, 2015 at 1:47 pm
  • Centennial at Forest View

    By: Alyssa Duetsch and Lauren Miller District 214 celebrated their 100 year anniversary last Saturday with a history...

    February 13, 2015 at 1:56 pm
  • AP test prices rise again
    AP test prices rise again

    By Jack Ryan News Editor Over the past couple of years, Advanced Placement (AP) test prices have risen from 84...

    February 11, 2015 at 9:37 pm

Videos »

Mike Gambino and his Kendama

Mike Gambino and his Kendama

March 3, 2015 at 4:04 pm

By Alyssa Duetsch Broadcast Editor Mike Gambino, a freshman at Prospect, explains his passion for a unique Japanese skill called the Kendama.

Sports »

Boys’ swim and dive sends three to state meet

Boys’ swim and dive sends three to state meet

February 26, 2015 at 12:53 am

By Molly Mueller Executive Online Sports Editor  Right before senior Sam Gabriel jumped into the pool for the final heat of the 100 yard backstroke at the Glenbrook North...

Entertainment »

Movie Knight at the Oscars

March 4, 2015 at 12:41 pm

By Kelly Schoessling, Marci Kiszkiel, Garrett Strother Editor-in-Chief and Entertainment Editors 

Features »

Ask the expert: second semester preparation for college

Ask the expert: second semester preparation for college

February 24, 2015 at 11:58 am

By Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor

Opinion »

Grief, Harry Caray and Herculean strength

Grief, Harry Caray and Herculean strength

February 19, 2015 at 6:58 pm

By Garrett Strother Entertainment Editor  When I was little, my father and I made the trip down to Wrigley to go see a Cubs game. I remember very little about the game itself,...

  • Lit Fuse sounds off: D214 twitter account handled unprofessionally
    Lit Fuse sounds off: D214 twitter account handled unprofessionally

    By Peter Fusilero Sports Editor It was eighth period Tuesday afternoon. The final class of the day. I was taking...

    January 9, 2015 at 1:00 pm
  • Basic is Bull…

    By Bridgette Jasinski Staff Writer I find it interesting how frequently I hear the term “basic white girl”...

    January 5, 2015 at 6:46 pm
  • Veganize Me

    By Caroline Binley Copy Editor It’s easy to understand that meat is murder. Whether you care enough to go vegetarian...

    October 29, 2014 at 12:11 am