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Boys' soccer win Homecoming game

October 8, 2012

By Maggie Devereux Editor-in-Chief| Boys’ soccer beat Wheeling 2-1 during their Homecoming game Thursday, Oct. 4 despite multiple distractions. Prior to the game, the team recognized their seniors, at halftime they gave flowers to the Poms team and with 25 minutes left in the game there was a rain d...

The world according to Maggie: Khan Academy

May 1, 2012

By Maggie Devereux Editor-In-Chief Have you ever wanted to learn everything about anything? Probably not. But if you’re anything like me, you’ve wanted to learn everything you failed to learn in three weeks the night before a test. Or everything you failed to learn in four months the night before a ...

Pre-Calculus classes learn through multi-media

May 1, 2012

By Maggie Devereux Editor-In-Chief Junior Aisha Tepede doesn’t have normal math homework some nights. Instead of doing problems from a book for an hour or two, she logs on to a google site created by her teacher Frank Briody and watches a video lesson also made by him. This is the first year that...

The March Madness world according to Maggie

March 15, 2012

By Maggie Devereux Online Managing Editor If you're in our NCAA bracket competition and have seen it, or you just want to check out my bracket, I feel like I owe an explanation. It's not just completely random by a girl who had no idea what she was picking. That's only half true. When I was younger...

World According to Maggie

March 5, 2012

By Maggie Devereux Online Managing Editor Being a teenager is not fun sometimes. School is stressful, coaches push too hard, college is scary to think about, homework takes too long and everyone's social life is not always perfect . I mean, if you find a way to avoid drama all four years at this pla...

The World According to Maggie

January 24, 2012

By Maggie Devereux   Online Managing Editor Part One: Best Drinks   1. McDonald's Pineapple Mango Smoothie.   These things are amazing. Once I have 5 in one week. For some reason the combination of pineapple and mango make them completely addictive. And yes I would say I'm addicted.   If you ha...

The world according to Maggie

December 14, 2011

By Maggie Devereux Online Managing Editor After much thought, I've decided to rename Maggie Matters to The World According to Maggie. I don't really feel like going into detail why, but If you really want to know ask either my mom or Mr. Bellof. They both have different reasons, but it all comes bac...

JKB teaches leadership at Carpentersville Middle School

December 6, 2011

By Jane Berry Associate Editor- in- Chief   The eighth annual leadership workshop at Carpentersville Middle School in Carpentersville, IL., was hosted by the J. Kyle Braid, or JKB, Leaders Thursday, Dec.1.“When I worked here (Carpentersville), I thought our kids needed good role models: high school kids w...

The new face of student services: Dandy

December 4, 2011

By Maggie Devereux  Online Managing Editor Dandy, commonly known around Prospect’s halls as the golden retriever “drug dog”, first came to Prospect in 2003 as a request from Dean of Students Pat Tadaldi-Monti. However last year as Dandy started to get older, her trainer, Glenn VadeBonCoeur, began br...

Maggie Matters

November 26, 2011

By Maggie Devereux   Online Managing Editor   There are many things at Prospect and in life in general that drive me crazy. You name it, I will most likely write it. There are a lot of matters in the world that matter to me. So of course, my opinions on these matters matter. And thus, by using the ...

In-depth: Reading Emoticons

November 21, 2011

By Maggie Devereux Online Managing Editor In Depth this issue dealt with how to interpret body language, read other people, and sarcasm. All three of these topics can also be related to something every teenager does every day. Text. Communicating through text messages makes everything faster. You can...

Frightfest fun, not frightening

October 26, 2011

By Maggie Devereux Online Managing Editor Until last week, the last time I was at Frightfest was third grade, and I cried. Yep, I said it, cried.   All I really remember is seeing clowns running after me, dead glatiator type people with mallets, and lots of creepy decorations. You could say the clow...

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