By: Devin Prasad and Ryan Molini Sports Editor and Staff Writer The mood of the night was set the minute The Underground (The U) stepped foot into Prospect. As students started to file into the commons, it was clear that Friday’s boys’ basketball game against Hersey to start conference season was going to be special. The excited students cheered the […]Read more ›
By Jack McDermott Online Managing Editor 150 crafters from all over came to Prospect High School on November 24 for the annual Craft Show held in the field house. To sign up your business for next year you can email email@example.com and an electronically sent application will be sent out starting in May. Some of the crafter present were… *Mary […]
By Lauren Miller Multimedia Editor PHS basketball gears up for the season with a community wide night of competitions and a scrimmage. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ry7A-zxyxoA
By Shreya Thakkar News Editor The varsity girls’ bowling team competed at the Rock Island invite on Nov. 30 to start off their season. Placing ninth out of 16 schools, the 2012 state qualified team was disappointed with the results. According to sophomore Cassidy Selep, the results did not meet her expectations. “We did not do as well as we […]
By Meghan Doyle and Erin McGovern Multimedia Editor and Associate Editor-in-Chief Freshman Abby Grott, sophomore Brenda Kendziera, junior Alex Blethen and senior Matt McPartlin are woken up early on a Sunday morning to compete in tasks until only one is left standing. YOU COULD BE NEXT! By Erin McGovern, Associate Editor-in-Chief Meghan Doyle, Broadcast Editor
By Garrett Strother Staff Writer From the beginning Colonel Graff makes one thing very clear: These are not children; these are soldiers. In Ender’s Game, based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, it is fifty years after a catastrophic alien attack on Earth. The human race lives in constant fear that it will happen again, and that this time they […]
By Jack McDermott Online Managing Editor Junior Dana Liva prepares for her upcoming sectional and state meets during a practice. She placed sixth last year in state and is expected to win this year.
By Jack McDermott Online Managing Editor On Oct. 9, three inmates walked into Prospect on a mission, but a mission one might not expect. The inmates were all previous burglars that are currently serving out their sentence. They came to share their experiences and how the audience could better protect their homes. When the burglars first walked into the Prospect […]
By Lauren Miller Multimedia Editor Frisbee team LGK’s journey to championship in the Prospect High School ultimate frisbee club tournament.
By Lauren Miller Multimedia Editor A preview of the Prospect girls’ golf team heading down state, and hopefully on a journey to becoming champions.
By Andi Hayes, Peter Fusiliero and Meghan Doyle Associate Editor in Chief, Executive Sports Editor and Multimedia Editor Highlights from the Prospect girls’ golfers championship win at state on October 19, 2013. Music by: Kanye West, The Alan Parsons Project, Chad Hugo, and DJ Khaled. No copyright infringement intended.
By Kelly Schoessling Managing Editor For most juniors and seniors, the idea of talking about college for an hour is a nightmare. However, the “College Conversation” panel...
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By: Devin Prasad and Ryan Molini Sports Editor and Staff Writer The mood of the night was set the minute The Underground (The U) stepped foot into Prospect. As students started...
By Beth Clifford Staff Writer When artists release new music, it’s usually more of the same or radically different. For example, Drake’s new album Nothing Was the...
By Khrystyna Halatyma Executive Features Editor A few weeks ago, teachers got an email from Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Commander Jeff Morse saying...
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By Khrystyna Halatyma Executive Features Editor A few weeks ago, teachers got an email from Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) Commander Jeff Morse saying that the district would be sending holiday cards to deployed troops that wouldn’t make it home for the holidays. Teachers who responded to the email received blank cards their students could write greetings in. […]Read more ›
By Shannon Smith Features editor The Underground (The U) is taking it’s first steps of planning a big event for an away game. Normally, The U only does events for playoff games or general admission, but at the varsity boys’ basketball game taking place at Hersey on Dec. 6, The U has planned The Underground Road Trip. For the event, […]Read more ›
By Kelly Schoessling Managing Editor For most juniors and seniors, the idea of talking about college for an hour is a nightmare. However, the “College Conversation” panel held by college counselor Diane Bourn and PHS alumni proved to evaporate all preconceived notions. The panel was held Wednesday, Nov. 27, in the Community Room, and Bourn brought together an impressive group […]Read more ›
By Erin McGovern Associate Editor-in-Chief Instead of seeing the field house filled with runners, basketballs and soccer nets as one normally would, the gyms were vacant this past wednesday. For all gym classes on November 27th, the hour was devoted to visiting the Career and Technical Education (CTE) department’s electives fair. According to CTE teacher Lance Burmeister, the department held the event […]Read more ›
By Beth Clifford Staff Writer When artists release new music, it’s usually more of the same or radically different. For example, Drake’s new album Nothing Was the Same is, ironically, exactly the s ame as his others: boring. Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz is obnoxiously experimental to the point where critics are questioning her mental sanity. As an artist, therefore, it is […]Read more ›
By Mike Stanford Staff Writer Asgardian soldiers 5,000 years ago were in a hopeless war against the Dark Elves. The Dark Elves have been alive longer than light, and will stop at nothing to rid the universe of light. When the Asgardians were on the brink of defeat, a desperate attempt at victory yields success, as Asgardian King, Bor, captures […]Read more ›
By Nabi Dressler Editor-in-Chief | As college application deadlines approach and students explore their college options or narrow down their future schools, the College and Career Center (CCC) is hosting an alumni panel tomorrow, Wed., Nov. 27, featuring Class of 2012 and 2013 graduates who attend universities all across the country. The panel, which is in its third year, will […]Read more ›
By Rachel Parks Staff Writer The name of Grouplove’s first album “Never Trust a Happy Song” could not apply more to the songs it contains. At first, the listener hears upbeat instrumentals and the lead singer Christian Zucconi singing happily about good times. However, a second listen to the lyrics shows a much deeper meaning behind these “happy” songs. The […]Read more ›