• Walsh whisks her way to a win

    By Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor Growing up with two older sisters, senior Molly Walsh always wanted to follow in their footsteps. Both of her older sisters were on cheerleading at Prospect, so it was a given that she would try out when she reached high school. After a difficult try out during the spring before her freshman year, […]

    Walsh whisks her way to a win
  • Hirsch, Venturelli fly to first place finish at New Trier Featherfest

    By Mike Stanford Executive News Editor Following six matches against some of the top teams in the state like Fremd, Lyons Township and York, seniors Stephanie Venturelli and Jessica Hirsch soared past the competition at the 2015 New Trier Featherfest April 18. The duo emerged from their four-team pool at to enter bracket play, before eventually taking down Fremd and […]

    Hirsch, Venturelli fly to first place finish at New Trier Featherfest
  • #OOTD: Katie Villano

    By Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor

    #OOTD: Katie Villano
  • The stupidity behind the silence

    By Caroline Binley Copy Editor I first learned about silent protest in sixth grade when a friend used it to mourn the billions of children who lose their lives to abortion every day. At the time, I didn’t know what abortion was, let alone the debate behind it, but if I’d been more informed, I would have been grateful for […]

    The stupidity behind the silence
  • Guys try nails

    By Jack McDermott and Abby Sunu Online Editor-in-Chief and Executive Entertainment Editor We had five male students try their hand at painting their nails with instructions from Junior Kylie Burns. These are their results.

  • I learned how to fight like a girl

    By: Erin Schultz Staff  Writer I’ve always been weak. When we were moving into our house a few years ago and I was asked to help carry a dresser, my heart sank. With my sweaty palms and clenched fingers, I grasped onto the wooden piece of furniture. My dad was holding onto the other side and before I knew it, […]

  • Psych fair

    By Kelly Schoessling Editor-in-Chief

    Psych fair
  • Should you buy the new Apple Watch?

    By Jack Gabriel News Editor   

    Should you buy the new Apple Watch?
  • How to be nice

    By Lauren Miller Online Associate Editor-in-Chief Two of Prospect’s nicest students, Hannah Brummer and Olivia McAleer, share’s how they earned that title and give tips on how to be nicer.

  • Graham resigns to be new Stevenson coach

    By Beth Clifford Online Managing Editor Friday brought on a frenzy of activity at Prospect High School: a pep assembly, a psych fair, and, most dramatically, breaking news out of our girls’ athletic department. Girls’ head basketball coach Ashley Graham has officially resigned from Prospect basketball and is going to be coaching varsity at Stevenson High School for the next […]

    Graham resigns to be new Stevenson coach

News »

Prospect battles bacteria

Prospect battles bacteria

May 3, 2015 at 3:16 pm

By Kelsey Philippe (@kelsey_philippe) Take a look around. Everything that surrounds you, the things that you touch and even the air you breathe, contains bacteria. With each...

Videos »

How to be nice

April 10, 2015 at 9:44 pm

By Lauren Miller Online Associate Editor-in-Chief Two of Prospect’s nicest students, Hannah Brummer and Olivia McAleer, share’s how they earned that title and...

Sports »

Boys’ volleyball drops East matchup to rival Huskies

Boys’ volleyball drops East matchup to rival Huskies

May 2, 2015 at 8:08 am

By Ryan Molini (@molins_3) Heading into Thursday night, April 30, the boys’ varsity volleyball team (12-12, 4-3) looked to gain an advantage in the Mid Suburban League East...

Entertainment »

Post-‘Age of Ultron’ reading guide

Post-‘Age of Ultron’ reading guide

May 2, 2015 at 12:55 pm

By Caroline Binley (@carolinebinley) and Ben Dojutrek (@bdojutrek) So you’re going to see “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” Maybe you’ll love it. Maybe you’ll hate it....

Features »

My story of wrestling weight loss

May 1, 2015 at 12:43 pm

By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief The opposing teams coach withdrew a crumpled paper reading, “152.”  I needed to wait for seven more weight classes to weigh in...

  • Walsh whisks her way to a win
    Walsh whisks her way to a win

    By Mary Kate Moloney Executive A&E Editor Growing up with two older sisters, senior Molly Walsh always wanted...

    April 28, 2015 at 12:01 pm
  • Promblems

    By Bridgette Jasinski Staff Writer There are about 29,200 days in the average person’s life, with 29,200 nights...

    April 14, 2015 at 4:49 pm
  • Guys try nails
    Guys try nails

    By Jack McDermott and Abby Sunu Online Editor-in-Chief and Executive Entertainment Editor We had five male students...

    April 14, 2015 at 4:29 pm

Opinion »

The stupidity behind the silence

The stupidity behind the silence

April 16, 2015 at 9:57 am

By Caroline Binley Copy Editor I first learned about silent protest in sixth grade when a friend used it to mourn the billions of children who lose their lives to abortion...