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Vegetarianism: the look vs. the feel

Vegetarianism: the look vs. the feel

August 20, 2016

By Marisa Flack, staff writer Since freshmen aren't allowed to leave campus, lunch gives them little freedom to choose where to eat. Something they can choose is what to eat, and I did not choose the easy route. Being the avid Pinterest user I am, I came across '22 High Protein Vegetarian Meals Under...

Knightly Banter: summer questions

Knightly Banter: summer questions

June 9, 2016

By Wyatt Dojutrek, Jack Ankony and Paul Evers, online sports editor, executive sports editor and sports editor   Heading into the summer, the Knightly Banter crew would like to make predictions about summer’s hot topics. Here’s what we think will happen before school is back in session, Au...

Knightly Banter: NBA finals picks

Knightly Banter: NBA finals picks

June 2, 2016

By Wyatt Dojutrek, Jack Ankony and Paul Evers, online sports editor, executive sports editor and sports editor The NBA Finals are set! The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are set to battle for the Larry O’Brien trophy and the title of NBA Champion, starting Thursday June 2.   ...

Knightly Banter: What in the world will happen to football?

Knightly Banter: What in the world will happen to football?

May 31, 2016

By Paul Evers and Amanda Stickels, sports editor and executive online editor In a recent radio interview with Buffalo radio station WGR 550, Buffalo Bills’ GM Doug Whaley stated that football is, “a violent game that I personally don’t think humans are supposed to play.” Whaley has since issue...

Progressive children's media creates brighter future

Progressive children's media creates brighter future

May 29, 2016

By Flynn Geraghty, associate editor-in-chief The movies I watched when I was a little girl were fairly standard and formulaic: “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” I could go on. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl, and happily ever after ensues shortly thereafter. There...

Students travel to Italy for Spring Break exchange

Students travel to Italy for Spring Break exchange

April 18, 2016

By Caroline Binley, online editor-in-chief The exchange in video My lesson in pasta, failure and astrophysics Italians aren’t the only spaghetti chefs in the universe. Black holes, too, know how to cook. One has gravity so strong, and changing in strength so quickly, that it stretches any object that comes too clo...

OPINION: My tale of trees and skis

OPINION: My tale of trees and skis

April 2, 2016

By Alyssa Duetsch, online managing editor Leaving your fly undone. Having broccoli in your teeth. Running up to hug someone who is, in fact, not your relative. Having someone look through your search history. Pulling up old pictures from your facebook. Remembering your junior high crush. Remembering anyt...

Opinion: The dilemma of the concerned American

Opinion: The dilemma of the concerned American

March 15, 2016

By Garrett Strother, entertainment editor I am a concerned American. At this point in time, there is no shortage of us. Left and right, the approaching election taps us on the shoulder, draws us close, and yells into our ear that, no matter what the outcome, our country is going to be shaken at its co...

OPINION: Shkreli's reign of terror offers quality entertainment

OPINION: Shkreli's reign of terror offers quality entertainment

March 14, 2016

By Cole Altmayer, staff writer The super-villain checklist Have you ever dreamed of world domination? Or, at least, of obtaining a limitless fortune through treachery and blasphemous acts? If you have, then surely you have heard of former Turing Pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli, who immortalized his...

OPINION: More to feminism than meets the eye

OPINION: More to feminism than meets the eye

March 13, 2016

By Jack Ryan, executive in-depth editor I was in my Italian class a couple weeks ago and I told my classmate about a sex ring that was busted in Arlington Heights, the town we have lived in our whole lives. I told her that 150 people were busted in the ring and that people from all over the Chicagol...

Election Knight: presidential endorsements

Election Knight: presidential endorsements

March 10, 2016

The Illinois Presidential Primary is days away, and the race is heating up. Students were invited to submit presidential endorsements via email from Feb. 26 to March 5. Here's what they had to say: #ImWithHer I know that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders gives us as teenagers more of a voice, but Hillary Cli...

OPINION: You can't be too young to love the oldies

OPINION: You can't be too young to love the oldies

March 6, 2016

By Bridgette Jasinski, opinion editor One student's guide to the rock and roll of old.

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