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senior aims to help environment by selling 'eco kits'

senior aims to help environment by selling 'eco kits'

October 30, 2018

By Kate Hyland, Online Editor-in-Chief Senior Danny Weiler has started selling ‘eco kits’, or packs full of small items that are environmentally friendly, to Prospect students as a way to help save the environment. “It’s just been...me thinking about what I can do to help and I just finally a...

ACT Prep Classes In Full Swing

ACT Prep Classes In Full Swing

October 30, 2018

By Madison Manczko, Staff Writer With the recent switch Illinois has made to standardize the SAT instead of the ACT, most students have spent their first quarter of the school year prepping for the PSAT, hoping to qualify as a National Merit Scholar. Although the number of students who have signed up f...

changes coming to lunch periods

changes coming to lunch periods

October 29, 2018

By Brendan Burke, staff writer Students have been adjusting to the new security changes during this past school year and they should expect to see more in the future. Being established in the 2019-2020 school year, sophomore students will no longer be eligible to leave for lunch until the second seme...

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...

Mt. Prospect tries new method to get voters

Mt. Prospect tries new method to get voters

October 26, 2018

By Alyssa Schulz, Staff Writer One man. That’s all it took to start a movement that has been spreading across the nation ever since July. It started in Minnesota with a man named Bryce Tash who was disgusted with the current state of politics. He made one sign, went to a corner, and started standing the...

Harvard and Prospect collide to talk religious literacy

HarvardX for Allston - Faculty Speaker Series:  Professor Diane Moore spoke on: Understanding Religions Through Their Scriptures at the Harvard Education Portal.  Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer

October 25, 2018

By Shannon McGovern, Staff Writer Ignorance due to religious illiteracy is a major concern with today’s society. Diane Moore, director of the Religious Literacy Project at Harvard Divinity School, recognizes this issue and intends to fix it, with the help of the staff and students at Prospect High School. ...

Final Frisbee Friday: Expect the Unexpected

Final Frisbee Friday: Expect the Unexpected

October 24, 2018

By Tommy Carrico, staff writer The Ultimate Frisbee championship will occur on Friday at Melas Park. Check out this story to read more about ultimate frisbee. Picture courtesy of @frisbeeprospect on twitter After dominating the league for five straight weeks, the Bees, with 17 wins and 0 losses, had nothing to fear as they ste...

6 spooky places to get into the halloween spirit

6 spooky places to get into the halloween spirit

October 24, 2018

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)                   ...

fake horse, real world in 2019 fall play

fake horse, real world in 2019 fall play

October 24, 2018

By Olivia Kim, Staff Writer Students energetically performed, trying to obtain a part in a play that doesn’t yet exist. The director, Jeremy Morton, and a writer, Laura Winters, watched along with a crowd of over 40 students amongst many laughs and much amusement. Students would be cast as a cast member...

Locals enjoy Halloween festivities at Prospect Heights

Locals enjoy Halloween festivities at Prospect Heights

October 23, 2018

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 ...

New Bracket Buster Week Causes Major Upsets in Ultimate Frisbee

New Bracket Buster Week Causes Major Upsets in Ultimate Frisbee

October 23, 2018

By Matt Washco, staff writer The entire Prospect Ultimate Club was gathered around one field watching the #1 ranked Bees play #4 ranked Fantasy Frisbee on Oct. 19 at Melas Park. The game had just gone to overtime, and was now sudden death. After a Bees’ pass flew just long of the end zone, it...

German exchange makes debut

German exchange makes debut

October 21, 2018

By Ayse Eldes, Editor-in-Chief *Ayse Eldes participated in this exchange. Senior Annie Cimack was one of the select juniors who had the opportunity to participate in the French exchange program last year. Now as an AP French student, Cimack had the opportunity of repeating the exchange program, but t...

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