• Local anti-Disneyer’s heart not completely made of ice

    By Ellen Siefke Editor-in-Chief WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.   Those of you who failed to pay attention at the beginning of the school year — don’t worry, it happens to the best of us — may not have read a certain column written by yours truly decrying Disney. Thus, it should come as no surprise that I am not one of […]

    Local anti-Disneyer’s heart not completely made of ice
  • Felicia Walters: secret seamstress

    By Mary Kate Moloney Executive Arts and Entertainment Editor

  • Boys’ volleyball suffers tough loss, finish out season

    By Peter Fusilero Sports Editor  It went down to the wire Wednesday night, May 28th, at Jean Walker for the boys’ volleyball regional title game against Hersey. With the Underground in full attendance, energy and composure were the keys to a tough fight. The Huskies took the first game while the Knights came in clutch winning a very exciting second […]

    Boys’ volleyball suffers tough loss, finish out season
  • Sam Smith, high pitched phenomenon

    By Abby Sunu Executive Entertainment Editor As I was flipping through the channels out of boredom late one Saturday night, I finally came across a favorite late-night classic: Saturday Night Live. Louis C.K. was hosting that night March 29, and I didn’t have much interest in seeing him host. I also had no clue who the musical guest was, so […]

  • Assigned reading worth the effort

    By Kelly Schoessling Editor-in-Chief  

    Assigned reading worth the effort
  • Yearbook distribution video

    By the Crest Yearbook staff

  • Damasky steals home, baseball wins against Conant

    By Shannon Smith Executive In-Depth Editor  The baseball team took on Conant Monday, May 19. The team played a close game and came out on top with a score of 3-2. The win against Conant keeps the Knights in the running for the conference championship, but the title is dependent on the success of the Elk Grove team in their […]

    Damasky steals home, baseball wins against Conant
  • “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ takes on too much to handle

    By Caroline Binley Copy Editor Even the worst superhero movies have a few redeeming qualities. It’s hilarious how seriously “Ghost Rider” takes itself, Peggy Carter has enough brilliant lines in “Captain America: The First Avenger” to make everything else OK, and “The Incredible Hulk” and “Green Lantern” — well, actually, they didn’t do anything right, but that’s besides the point. […]

    “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ takes on too much to handle
  • How music defines a generation

    By Aungelina Dahm Executive In-Depth Editor Bruce Springsteen, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and 2Pac. Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley and Jimi Hendrix… What do they all have in common? They changed the course of music forever. These artists are some of the most revolutionary people in music. Whether their genre was reggae, rock or pop, they altered its […]

    How music defines a generation
  • Cricket club cultures Prospect

    By Kathleen Ryan Staff Writer “A what club?”  freshman Eugenia Petropulous asked.  “I know what it is: I’m kinda not familiar, but I’ve heard the word before.” Dedicating most of your time to a sport is tough, especially when most of the people you know haven’t even heard of the game you love so much. Junior Zayed Nazar is the […]

    Cricket club cultures Prospect

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School ends, summer camps begin

June 5, 2014 at 3:26 am

By Diana Leane Though the school year may be coming to an end, students will still be in and out of Prospect all summer long. This summer 18 different sports camps will be...

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Italian Club Torneo de Bocce

Italian Club Torneo de Bocce

May 29, 2014 at 6:13 pm

By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief

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Mirandola named head boys’ track and field coach

Mirandola named head boys’ track and field coach

May 30, 2014 at 4:52 pm

By Molly Mueller Executive Online Sports Editor  Earlier this year, P.E. teacher, head boys’ track coach and defensive coordinator Mike Kamedula announced he will not be...

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Local anti-Disneyer’s heart not completely made of ice

Local anti-Disneyer’s heart not completely made of ice

June 4, 2014 at 4:31 pm

By Ellen Siefke Editor-in-Chief WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.   Those of you who failed to pay attention at the beginning of the school year — don’t worry, it happens...

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Yearbook distribution day

June 4, 2014 at 4:34 pm

By Eva Schacht Online Executive News Editor