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  • December 1212/09/19 - Girls' Varsity Basketball beats Waubonsie Valley 47-32
  • December 912/04/19 - Girls' Varsity Gymnastics beats Willowbrook 136 - 113.8 in season opening meet
  • December 912/07/19 - Boys' Basketball defeats Batavia 59-47

DuPage Pads offers hope

Ellie Maher, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016

According to the National Alliance to End Homeless, an estimated 176,224 homeless people live on the streets instead of shelters in America; even so, that number only makes up about one-third of the entire homeless population....

Hallway jams create major delays

Gerry Kenah, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016

While walking through the hallways during the day, one might be in the situation where they need to make their way towards or through the library.  That student or teacher might not realize that they are about to enter one of ...

Students remain conscious about social media

Nick Casey, Staff Writer

November 3, 2016

From snapchatting to tweeting and posting pictures, social media plays a major part in the lives of students. Social media, for students, is a place for them to express themselves without any restrictions or worries of being punished. T...

Carnivore no more

Carnivore no more

October 21, 2016

From the mound to therapy

Matt Carbon, Sports Editor

October 12, 2016

We were down 6-0 in the fourth inning against Hinsdale Central, and I was getting shelled. I was missing my spots and they were good hitters. With two outs and two strikes, I was almost out of the inning, which would’ve en...

Getting to know new administrations

Abbe Murphy, Print Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2016

As the new principal, do you have any big initiatives underway for this school year? One of the things I’m doing is a blog called ‘Learning alongside them’. I had my first example of it with Mr. Melie’s fifth period Eng...

Hallway Chatter

Hallway Chatter

September 12, 2016

Students and faculty walk for a cause

Fletcher Peters, Feature Editor

May 23, 2016

Mama Bear Mitchell’s Team–a combination of students, teachers and family members–took to the Chicago Lakefront on May 1. The team was founded to support English teacher Britni Mitchell, who was recently diagnosed with Mu...

Blue Puzzle succeeds in Week of Kindness

Fletcher Peters, Feature Editor

April 21, 2016

During the week of April 4-8, Blue Puzzle raised over $200 for the Autism Speaks foundation. Blue Puzzle hosted their first “Week of Kindness” in honor of Autism Awareness month. Students were encouraged to show kindness...