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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...

FCCLA Strives for Success at Sectionals

FCCLA Strives for Success at Sectionals

February 19, 2019
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by Manisha Panthee, Features Editor   As FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) club members prepare for sectionals on February 22, they keep in mind that this is the moment and the day is fast approaching. “That one day is the make-or-break of the project that you’ve been w...

Dance team competes at state fourth year in a row

Dance team competes at state fourth year in a row

January 29, 2019
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By Manisha Panthee, Features Editor Prospect’s dance team placed 20th out of 30 teams at state on January 25, 2019, but did not move on to finals as only the top 12 teams go on to day two. Performing at Illinois State University, Senior Bridget Hennelly recalls that their team has been to state ev...

6 spooky places to get into the halloween spirit

6 spooky places to get into the halloween spirit

October 24, 2018
Filed under Entertainment, News

By Manisha Panthee, Features Editor   Halloween is fast approaching and there are plenty of ways to celebrate the haunted holiday. Below are six local places to enjoy spooky fun:   1.) Prospect Haunted High School (October 25)                   ...

Locals enjoy Halloween festivities at Prospect Heights

Locals enjoy Halloween festivities at Prospect Heights

October 23, 2018
Filed under News

By Manisha Panthee, Features Editor Saturday October 20th, dozens of families came out to Prospect Heights Spookfest decked out in costumes to celebrate Halloween. While some families came to enjoy an evening of games and treats such as pumpkin decorating, others were prepared to go all out for the ...

Double Trouble: Life of a Twin

Double Trouble: Life of a Twin

September 13, 2018
Filed under Features

By Manisha Panthee, features editor   When South Middle School social studies teacher Mrs. Cronin called out Jessica Kowalczyk’s name during attendance, she yelled “present” with a giggle. The kids all around her knew why she was laughing. In another room, the same thing was happening with a...

Prospect students pop the question for knighttimes 2018

Prospect students pop the question for knighttimes 2018

September 11, 2018
Filed under Video

By Manisha Panthee, features editor, and Elizabeth Keane, staff writer  ...

Allergy awareness week comes to prospect early

Allergy awareness week comes to prospect early

May 4, 2018
Filed under News

By Manisha Panthee, features editor   Although the national Allergy Awareness Week is on May 13-19, Prospect’s hallways were filled with teal posters and shirts this week instead. “It’s good to let the community know that even within our school, there are people who can be affected by the things around ...

Justice League does not live up to expectations

Justice League does not live up to expectations

December 1, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

By staff writer, Manisha Panthee With a production budget of $300 million, it was to be expected that JusticeLeague would have to live up to high expectations. Unfortunately, those expectations were not to be met. Very high on the list of of most expensive movies produced in the 21st century, the ope...

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