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Propsect Journalism Wins Sectionals

Propsect Journalism Wins Sectionals

April 17, 2019
Filed under News

By Abby Mckenna, Photo Editor On a Saturday, most teenagers are sleeping in or at work. Some stay up late playing video games and eating but not the Prospect Journalism and Yearbook students. On Saturday April 13th, Prospect High School competed in the IHSA sectionals and took home first place. Overal...

Carnations return, on sale during lunch hours

Carnations return, on sale during lunch hours

February 7, 2019
Filed under News

By Ayse Eldes, editor-in-chief More than 200 students already sent carnation grams on the second day of Student Council’s setup across the lunchroom. Freshmen Allie Biewenga and Cambria Richards sat alongside social science teacher Kristen Ray at the carnation gram stand today to help students send message...

1 Day School-Week? Snow Bueno!

1 Day School-Week? Snow Bueno!

February 2, 2019
Filed under News

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief The district’s weather cancellation voicemail was playing on loud speaker as senior Kathleen Gault walked into her seventh period World Religions class on Tuesday. She automatically knew this meant at least another day off from school. Prospect students had just returne...

German exchange makes debut

German exchange makes debut

October 21, 2018
Filed under News

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief *Ayse Eldes participated in this exchange. Senior Annie Cimack was one of the select juniors who had the opportunity to participate in the French exchange program last year. Now as an AP French student, Cimack had the opportunity of repeating the exchange program, but t...

The Debator Season two episode one: Hurricane talk

The Debator Season two episode one: Hurricane talk

September 17, 2018
Filed under Commentary, Opinion

By  Anthony Romanelli, executive opinion editor, and Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief https://soundcloud.com/user-718785034/debator

Local golf outing for Misericordia

Local golf outing for Misericordia

September 9, 2018
Filed under News

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief Sophomore Carmella Lange is recruiting Prospect students and families to sponsor or donate to the second annual Langehaumer Construction Charity Golf Outing. The fundraiser, aimed at funding projects of Misericordia, a community care facility for people with mild to profound  developmental disabilities, carries a special meaning for Lan...

graphic arts gives career options

Rolling Meadows senior Miranda Adelman in her graphic arts class.

May 20, 2018
Filed under Entertainment

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief As a paper-and-pen artist, Rolling Meadows senior Miranda Adelman wasn’t sure about trying graphic arts at first. Her freshman year was the first year Rolling Meadows adopted the career pathway courses, and after encouragement from her mom, Adelman chose to take  Gr...

Dowling leaves 34-year legacy of female leadership

Dowling leaves 34-year legacy of female leadership

May 18, 2018
Filed under Features

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief Principal Michelle Dowling attributes her emphasis on student prioritization to her extensive classroom experience. She not only was a department head at Hersey High School and associate principal later at Prospect, but was a social science teacher at Buffalo Grove High Scho...

Orchesis reveals revival part two

Orchesis reveals revival part two

May 7, 2018
Filed under Photo albums

photos by Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-chief Orchesis performed their second show of the 2017-18 school year on May, 5.   ...

Prospector staff travels to state

Prospector staff travels to state

May 4, 2018
Filed under News

By Ryan Kupperman, copy editor After senior Jack Ankony’s sports writing entry got lost at sectionals, newspaper advisor Jason Block had to call the IHSA organization and beg them to look the story over again. After agreeing that Ankony’s story was worthy of placing in sectionals, the IHSA allowed ...

Block wins outstanding activity advisor award

Block wins outstanding activity advisor award

May 3, 2018
Filed under News

By Grace Givan, copy editor For a tenth of a second, Journalism Advisor Jason Block almost deleted the email that would inform him of his achievement in winning the IDSA award of Outstanding Activity Advisor. It was titled “Congratulations” as if he had won a cruise, so, prior to opening it Block c...

How Prospect seniors might sway a referendum

 A Prospect student registers to vote with a Cook County registrar for the March 20 referendum of District 57. The outcome of the referendum will determine if Lincoln Middle School, one of Prospect’s main feeder schools, will keep its art and music programs.

February 19, 2018
Filed under News

By Ayse Eldes, copy editor Junior Mike Tuleo had played violin in 4th grade but quickly picked up the trumpet in 7th grade, when he watched Lincoln Middle School’s band director play the Flight of the Bumblebee. That was the moment that defined Tuleo’s passion for music and decision to pursue musi...

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