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Welcome to the Self-Care Cafe

Welcome to the Self-Care Cafe

April 18, 2019
Filed under Opinion

By Mackenzie Noelle, Executive Features Editor The “self-care” tag on any social media platform is like a haven. It’s like walking outside in a thunderstorm umbrella-less and then coming into a café lighted simply by a few string lights, wicker baskets full of flowers and signs on the walls say...

Important dates for seniors

Important dates for seniors

November 28, 2018
Filed under Gallery

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Late school nights become more common in high school

Late school nights become more common in high school

October 9, 2018
Filed under Features

By Mackenzie Noelle, Executive Features Editor It was 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3., when I was woken by the kids’ mom I was babysitting for in her middle child’s bed. Since the six-year-old boy wasn’t asleep by 10:00 p.m., I layed in his bed with him where his feet made bumps in the blankets...

Hunter Hayes takes ‘one shot’ after years of soul searching

Hunter Hayes takes ‘one shot’ after years of soul searching

September 3, 2018
Filed under Entertainment

By Mackenzie Noelle, Executive Features Editor The american singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes is back with new singles after taking a seven year break, besides a small album in that time. Hayes stole fans’ hearts in 2011 with his first album, Hunter Hayes, and will steal even more with his honest and ...

Inside the windows of the courtyard

Inside the windows of the courtyard

May 25, 2017
Filed under Features

By Mackenzie Folkers, features editor  Water gushed out from the waterfall in Prospect’s courtyard last year onto the fish swimming around in the pond below. The birds were chirping in the peaceful garden above the many types of flowers and plants that had been recently planted by Prospect’s Environm...

FCCLA succeeds at regionals, looks towards state

FCCLA succeeds at regionals, looks towards state

March 7, 2017
Filed under News

By Caley Griebenow, associate editor-in-chief Senior Stephanie Bruno had an especially busy Feb. 17. In addition to performing in her second out of four total Orchesis shows, Bruno traveled to Harper College to present a portfolio project she had been working on for weeks in front of two judges. Bruno wa...

Professionals work with studio impulse dancers in Mt. Prospect

Professionals work with studio impulse dancers in Mt. Prospect

January 13, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Featured Video, Video

By Kenzie Folkers and Katie Diviak, staff writers

Question of the Week 5/13/2014

May 14, 2014
Filed under Video

By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief Prospect's lunch room decided to decline a federal grant for serving healthy food and will instead continue to serve unhealthy foods.  This is how we feel. Students interviewed in order: freshman Tyler Alesse, junior Sean Blatz, junior Mackenzie Myers, juni...

“The Newsroom” season finale mends relationships, inspires determination

September 24, 2013
Filed under Entertainment, Movies

By Kelly Schoessling Managing Editor Atlantic Cable Network (ACN) anchor Will Mcavoy closes his eyes for one last moment before he turns to his colleague, Elliot Hirsch, and asks him to sit in his chair while the station is still waiting to come back from commercial break. When Hirsch asks why, Mcavoy gets up from ...

Orchesis to tour make district wide tour

April 12, 2012
Filed under Art, Entertainment, News

By Danielle Church Staff Writer    Prospect and other D214 Orchesis teams will be performing at the 20th annual Orchesis D214 tour on Friday, April 13. All of the Orchesis teams are allowed to perform one, three minute dance at each of the D214 schools starting with Wheeling High School at 7:30 am.   ...

35 Happy thoughts, thought 19

February 26, 2012
Filed under Opinion

Hello there, my name is Miranda Holloway, and as a junior I am a member of the 500 something most stressed out people in school. Not only am I a junior but I am a student, along with about 2100 other kids, at one of the top ten high schools in the state and while the stress at any school can get rough,...

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