The wanderer, Jon Kaminsky

October 9, 2014

Stephanie Evett Staff Writer The panicked tour guide frantically searched the premises of the Summer Time Palace for her "lost" tour group member. Only, the tour member wasn't at all lost; in fact, he knew exactly where he was, and where his group was. Except he wasn't quite ready to return to his gr...

Dress code inequalities across the country

October 7, 2014

By Diana Leane Executive In-Depth Editor    ...

Do they really understand us?

Do they really understand us?

October 7, 2014

By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief We tested Prospect teachers, Ms.Kreutzer, Mr.Bellof, Mr.Hodges, and Ms.Budden, knowledge of how students talk against local slang expert Peter Fusilero, here's how they compare. ...

Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge

Beyond the Ice Bucket Challenge

September 22, 2014

By Alyssa Duetsch Broadcast Editor ...

Makeover in room 162 creates modern environment

Makeover in room 162 creates modern environment

September 17, 2014

By Jack McDermott Online Editor-in-Chief Room 162 got a make-over during the Summer to accommodate for the App Development and Programming class.

Preschool vs high school first day

August 20, 2014

By Grace Berry Executive News Editor // ...

How to stop the stress before it starts

August 19, 2014

By Rachel Parks Features Editor    Obviously, back to school is stressful for almost all students. New teachers, new classrooms, and for freshmen, a whole new school. With all of this, it is easy to get overwhelmed, especially when schoolwork is added to the mix. However, the best way to stop ...

Taking the bus only for the strong

August 19, 2014

By Elai Kobayashi-Solomon Opinion Editor The start of the school year is approaching like a ballistic missile of stress and boredom, and with it comes one of the biggest, most difficult challenges that incoming freshmen will ever have to face during their time at Prospect. I’m not talking about the eve...

Yearbook distribution day

June 4, 2014

By Eva Schacht Online Executive News Editor

Walking Club strives through joint interest

May 28, 2014

By Ellen Siefke Editor-in-Chief  Average temperatures hovered around 10 degrees this past winter. Consequently, many  chose to stay warm indoors, out of the bitter cold. However, occasionally one might have peered out a window and seen several figures bundled from head to toe, walking down the street. No, the...

iPad games rule the school

iPad games rule the school

May 26, 2014

The popularity of iPad and iPhone games has sky-rocketed ever since the introduction of the District 214 iPad pilot program. The games have begun to serve as trends, where certain apps are more widely used than others. As more and more students use iPad games to entertain themselves in class, teachers...

School community best defense against school shooting

May 5, 2014

By Eva Schacht News Editor Alex Hribal was a typical high school student: well known, smart and had plenty of friends. Hribal never lashed out against any of his fellow peers, that was, until April 9, when he went on a massive stabbing spree, injuring 21 of his fellow classmates at his high school in ...

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