• Football hopeful for upcoming season

    By Peter Fusilero Sports Editor When asked about how the team was coming along this year, head football coach Mike Sebestyen simply said that growing process has been like a pregnancy. “Game one is delivery day,” Sebestyen said. “We’ve been working for nine months and we will soon see whether that baby will have green or blue eyes.” Even with […]

    Football hopeful for upcoming season
  • Aungelina’s advice for the freshman girls

    By Aungelina Dahm Managing Editor High school. It’s a world of petty girl fights, crushing on the boy next to you in class and worrying about your next AP test. No matter if you’re a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior, you have or probably will experience some of the exciting instances stated above. I’m not here to threaten the freshman […]

    Aungelina’s advice for the freshman girls
  • Healthy food tips for the next year

    By Alyssa Duetch Broadcast Editor

  • Back to school essentials

    By Ivanka Northrop Features Editor With the new school year approaching, things are crazy busy, but back to school shopping is at the top of the to-do list for many. Before you start the new year, make sure that these fashion items are present in your closet. #1: Sneakers These shoes are crucial to anyone’s wardrobe. No matter your style, […]

    Back to school essentials
  • Back to school for the private school student

    By Ellen Siefke Editor-in-Chief DISCLAIMER: A lot of the stuff in this guide isn’t helpful for private school students exclusively. Some of the content is just tailored specifically for that group. Public and private kids alike should heed the advice here. The transition to a new school is never an easy one, and debuting as a freshman in high school […]

    Back to school for the private school student
  • Prospect’s got more than 80 clubs and boredom ain’t one

    By Mike Stanford Executive News Editor As the summer comes to a close, Prospect has the cure for the summertime blues.  It offers 80 different clubs and activities to engage students outside of the classroom. Joining extracurriculars is a great way to expand horizons, meet new people and make the year more enjoyable.  They will also help start the year […]

    Prospect’s got more than 80 clubs and boredom ain’t one
  • Free, handy apps for iPad users new, old

    By Krzysztof Chwala Copy Editor It’s imperative that students begin their respective school years on the right foot, and we have just the right apps to help you do so. Below is a selection of free apps that provide the necessary materials to keep control of turbulent high school life.

    Free, handy apps for iPad users new, old
  • 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

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Keeping up with world news over the summer

Keeping up with world news over the summer

August 20, 2014 at 3:05 am

By Eva Schacht Executive Online News Editor  In recent weeks, the Ebola outbreak has sky rocketed, and the death toll now reaches 1,145 people, approximately 1,130 of those...

  • The U expectations for 2014

    By Lauren Miller Online Associate Editor-in-Chief  It’s that time of year again; time to bask in the the lights...

    August 20, 2014 at 2:28 am
  • Do senior lockers matter?
    Do senior lockers matter?

    By Jack Ryan News Editor Tradition is a word binded to Prospect High School. Traditions like Knight Games and senior...

    August 20, 2014 at 2:24 am
  • Lauren Becherer new president for FCCLA
    Lauren Becherer new president for FCCLA

    By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief After half a year of interviews and speeches, Senior Lauren Becherer was...

    August 19, 2014 at 6:02 pm

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Healthy food tips for the next year

Healthy food tips for the next year

August 20, 2014 at 2:29 am

By Alyssa Duetch Broadcast Editor

Sports »

Boys’ golf team looks to overcomes loss of home course

August 20, 2014 at 2:08 am

By Lauren Miller Online Associate Editor-in-Chief  After a state run last year, the boys’ golf team is looking to have another successful 2014 season by putting in the...

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Function vs. fashion finding the right backpack

Function vs. fashion finding the right backpack

August 20, 2014 at 2:59 am

Function vs. fashion finding the right backpack With the new year starting, finding the right backpack is imperative to starting school off right. For some, backpacks have...

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Preschool vs high school first day

August 20, 2014 at 2:18 am

By: Grace Berry Executive News Editor //