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The Student News Site of Prospect High School

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Dancing Around the World: A Look Back at Prospect Dance Show 2021

Dancing Around the World: A Look Back at Prospect Dance Show 2021

Emma Letzig and Alyssa Degan January 24, 2022

Every semester hundreds of students are enrolled in dance as their P.E class at Prospect. Students use their class time to choreograph and practice dances in preparation for the end-of-semester show. The...

Chole Gong’s Debut Duology Review

Chole Gong’s Debut Duology Review

Claire Wynkoop, Staff Reporter January 21, 2022

A madness silently overtaking the streets of Shanghai. A young, female heir to the Scarlet Gang returns home in hopes of earning her family's favor. The heir to the White Flowers, along with his two best...

The Book of Boba Fett Puts Fan Favorite in Spotlight

“The Book of Boba Fett” Puts Fan Favorite in Spotlight

Finley Moss, Staff Writer January 21, 2022

Finally, after 43 years, the legendary Boba Fett gets his own show. The pop-culture icon first appeared not on the big screen, but at the San Anselmo Country Fair parade in 1978. He was then featured in...

The 355 Weighed Down by Spy Clichés

“The 355” Weighed Down by Spy Clichés

Claire Wynkoop, Staff Writer January 21, 2022

Spies, a faked death, a reluctant team of badasses, a couple close calls, a side romance, and a double agent. Sound familiar? It should. It sounds like every generic spy movie ever made!  From Ethan...

photo by Bella Bueno.

A Must Visit in Mount Prospect: Mia’s Cantina

Bella Bueno, Staff Writer January 19, 2022

Tacos are an incredibly popular dish in the US. In fact, according to NationalTacoDay.com, Americans alone consume over 4.5 billion tacos a year.  And it’s not just tacos that are popular in the...

Spider-Man: No Way Home Brings Depth, Development to Character

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” Brings Depth, Development to Character

Mollie Kearns, Staff Writer January 19, 2022

What started as an obligation for me to see turned into my favorite Marvel movie to date in the span of 2 hours and 28 minutes, but I guess that’s the power of "Spider-Man: No Way Home." Or maybe it...

“Euphoria” Season 2: Hard to Watch but Worth it

“Euphoria” Season 2: Hard to Watch but Worth it

Olivia Kim, Editor-in-Chief January 12, 2022

Teen shows seem to have down the basic formula: the main character leads an awkward, quirky lifestyle, maybe seeking out popularity or peer validation, but in the end, they always learn to love themselves...

Netflix’s “Midnight Mass” Instills Fear Like None Other

Netflix’s “Midnight Mass” Instills Fear Like None Other

Maeve Molina, Executive Features Editor January 12, 2022

I personally hate the horror genre. I don’t like being scared, the adrenaline rush that most might get from the jump scares or gore, just isn’t for me.  So by having this opinion on the horror...

Four writers who reflect the power words hold

Four writers who reflect the power words hold

Kailie Foley, Copy Editor January 6, 2022

My hand carefully traced old versions of Roundtable, Prospect’s literary magazine, saved in a large cardboard box. I was feeling past years preserved underneath my fingertips like a never-found ocean...

An Unfinished Product at a Finished Price

An Unfinished Product at a Finished Price

Hubert Piskorz, Reporter December 17, 2021

As time passes technology will keep on growing and getting better. With the addition of new powerful consoles this year, graphics, such as ray tracing, add more and more growth to the realism of video...

image courtesy of Lucas Pope.

“Return of the Obra Dinn” Review

Kevin Lynch, Copy Editor December 17, 2021

I’m a cheater. I admit it, okay?  Now, I’m not talking about cheating on tests or forging legal documents or anything like that. I’m talking something much worse: video games. What I’m about...

The Grimrose Girls review: the dark side of fairy tales

“The Grimrose Girls” review: the dark side of fairy tales

Ella Mitchell, Copy Editor December 16, 2021

Fairy Tales always end with the phrase, “And they lived happily ever after.” Right? Right.   In The Grimrose Girls by Laura Pohl, most of the fairy tales end with death. Brutal, brutal death.    With...

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