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healthapalooza finds success with first year

healthapalooza finds success with first year

December 6, 2018

By Grace Baldino, Online Editor Feeling fake boobs for lumps is something sophomore Lucy Hewitt didn’t think she would be excited about, nor thought she would do in high school; however, on December 3, the Amita Health group brought in prosthetics for a mammogram booth. The booth was one of twenty that ...

Important dates for seniors

Important dates for seniors

November 28, 2018

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Haunted High School

Haunted High School

October 26, 2018

Photos by Elizabeth Keane, Features Writer  Story by Maya Kusalovic, Staff Writer Batman and Superman put aside their differences for one night as they wiggled their arms in the air during very competitive game of freeze dance. The tiny tots of Mount Prospect and other nearby villages joined to...

Photo album: therapy dogs shed light on students in and out of school

Photo album: therapy dogs shed light on students in and out of school

October 9, 2018

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Photo Album: Prospect building undergoes makeover

Photo Album: Prospect building undergoes makeover

September 12, 2018

By Grace Baldino, news editor  ...

Photo Album: Class boards decorate halls for homecoming week

Photo Album: Class boards decorate halls for homecoming week

September 10, 2018

Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior class boards came together over the long weekend to decorate the halls. Check out this tweet for more information about homecoming week, https://twitter.com/ProspectStuCo/status/1038934501660008449 ...

Enes Kanter talks basketball at Prospect

Enes Kanter talks basketball at Prospect

June 28, 2018

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'Final Frontier' out of this world

September 7, 2010

By Andrew Revord News Editor It is difficult for any rock band to survive 30 years and 15 studio albums.  It is even harder to remain relevant for that long.  British metal band Iron Maiden easily accomplishes both, and continues to do so with their new album, “The Final Frontier”. Like its space themed name and cover art, this album keeps up with the Maiden ...

Students attend College Fair, gain valuable information

April 13, 2010

By Alex Cannella News Editor For both seniors and juniors, April is a college heavy month. While seniors are making final decisions on which college to go to and signing up for housing contracts, juniors are beginning to gain a few glimpses of what colleges are out there to go to. One of the better g...

New fundraiser hits Prospect

April 11, 2010

By Nick Stanojevic Staff Writer The Prospect girls' water polo team is hosting an event called "Attacking Autism" (formerly known as "Ballin' For Autism") on April 12 at 6 PM at the Wheeling Pool, where they will be facing Hersey. Throughout the day, shirts will also be sold for the event. Creator Meg...

Late start chess quest

April 10, 2010

By Dan Hindmand Staff Writer In any sport, a late-start can be disastrous. Imagine if a runner in the 100-meter dash exploded from his blocks, only to trip on an untied lace.  Or after the snap, the quarterback waits a fraction of a second too long for that perfect throw and winds up on the bottom of a pile of helmets...

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