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Distinguished alum has "only happy memories"

October 15, 2011

By Carly Evans Copy Editor '85 grad Colin Kaide was moonlighting at an emergency care center during his senior resident when a 40-year-old man was rushed in. He had collapsed because his artificial heart valve was stuck open. The man did not survive. When Kaide was about to the leave the hospita...

King and Queen crowned at ceremony

October 13, 2011

By Jane Berry Associate Editor- in- Chief Seniors Allison Walsh and  Nico Witanen walked down  the aisle at coronation to  join the other homecoming  nominees. They stopped, still in the aisle, and watched themselves being interviewed by Cinderella. The biggest surprise at coronation 2011 was ...

School decorated for Knightimes week

October 10, 2011

By Heather Dove Online Editor Each year for home coming, Prospect is transformed.  From the balloons, to  banners, to the gym, a creative eye is turned. At 11 a.m, Student Council board members got to the gym to get it ready for homecoming. Student Council president, junior Carolyn Fujara and other s...

Haven't asked someone to hc yet? We're here to help

October 10, 2011

By Kiley Walsh Opinion Editor Tacky dresses, classic bow ties, and a whole week of events meant to make students look ridiculous and feel school spirit can only mean one thing.  Homecoming. From kings and queens to embarrassing karaoke at lunch, my all time favorite thing about homecoming is the crea...

Homecoming court selected via online voting

September 23, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Student Council Adviser Lyn Scolaro along with the Student Council board has decided to try something new this year for homecoming: electronic voting. According to Scolaro, she has always wanted to do something like this, as neighboring schools have been using technolo...

Lunchtime karaoke an opportunity for fun, laughter

October 8, 2010

By Gianna Scala Staff Writer Prospect continued homecoming week by having lunchtime karaoke on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Students from all classes had the chance to show their stuff to the school by singing a song of their choice. Of course, this was optional, but brave souls had the chance to entertain the...

'Old zone' schools the student body and their parents: Staff dominate Knightgames

October 7, 2010

By Heather Dove Staff Writer Student Council Adviser Michelle Rosenheim was nervous about Knightgames.  Being her first year planning the event and having never been to Knightgames, she wanted everyone to have fun as they did in the past. To get prepared, Rosenheim said, "[I had to do] everything from getting the gym, to teams, to get...

Football runs through Meadows

October 6, 2010

By Alyssa Zediker Staff Writer Prospect’s varsity football team has once again beat Rolling Meadows at their homecoming game on Oct. 1, with a score of 40-7. Even though this was Rolling Meadows' Homecoming game, Prospect did not, in any way, change their style of play. “We took it as any other ga...

Heyde, Deihs crowned king, queen of Knightimes

October 4, 2010

By Jane Berry News Editor Although the coronation ceremony seemed like any other year, there were quite a few changes. Besides being on Monday, there were several mood swings from the crowd. It started out with excited conversations from the whole crowd and then changed to respectful silence when Principal Kurt Laakso announced...

Events and information for Knightimes 2010

September 28, 2010

Here's a preview of a few homecoming events starting this week. Some updates for events are listed as well. Stay tuned for more previews of what's to come during Knightimes week! A banner/t-shirt painting party will begin at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria on Tuesday, September 28. Everyone is instructed ...

Lee DeWyze's homecoming 'up in the air'

May 7, 2010

By Maddie Conway and Emmy Lindfors Executive News Editor and Executive In-Depth Editor With the announcement that former Prospect student Lee DeWyze has made the Top 4 contestants on "American Idol," rumors have circulated regarding his potential visit to Mt. Prospect that comes with making th...

Korcek earns distinguished recognition

October 13, 2009

By Maggie Devereux Staff Writer Basketball is a sport millions of viewers and fans crowd televisions and pack stadiums to watch every winter . The intensity of the players, the unfair calls made by referees; it all gets fans going and excited to cheer on their team. College players and "professionals"  take ...

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