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The Silent Emergency

The Silent Emergency

Ellie Baden, Adele Lee, Kendall Roberts, and Caimin Xi

April 7, 2019

The look into the daily struggle of teens who are battling with mental health disorders

Untold Stories: Rudolfo Gonzalez

Untold Stories: Rudolfo Gonzalez

Bella Schneider, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019

Statesman's Bella Schneider sits down to talk to security guard Rudolfo Gonzalez

Check It Out

Check It Out

Emily Lu, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2019

Stevenson's chess team competed and won third place at the state finals on February 8 and 9. Stevenson consistently places highly among the 128 schools in the tournament, and it is the second consecutive time they have finished third.

Progressing Pride

Progressing Pride

Ellie Baden, Managing Editor Print

February 23, 2019

The Pinta family advocates for LGBT+ acceptance in Buffalo Grove area

Mr. SHS

The ten contestants for Mr.SHS pose together following the competition.  The contestants competed in multiple categories, ranging from a swimsuit competition to a Q&A.

Nellie Maloney, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2019

Check out Staff Reporter Nellie Maloney's coverage of Mr. SHS 2019 held on Feb. 15. Congratulations to Kavin Lavari for winning the title of Mr. SHS, Sanam Jhaveri for winning the title of Mr. Congeniality, and Aaron Rudloff for winning Mr. Generosity.

Staffer Review: Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse

Kendall Roberts, Managing Editor Print

February 14, 2019

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse” is not your “typical neighborhood” superhero movie.

Letter to the Editor – Mr. Brett Erdmann

Mr. Brett Erdmann, NHS Director, Community Service Coordinator

February 7, 2019

Dear Statesman,   I just read the article in the Statesman, and I really appreciate the suggestion that the intent of students participating in Give-A-Thon should be thoroughly questioned.  I agree that there is a lot more work to do regarding pushing students toward authenticity. Each y...

No Swapping Swan

New head baseball coach Nick Skala reveals the winners of the raffle prizes at the end of Coach Swan’s special ceremony. Swan’s family, friends as well as former and current players and coaches attended the historic event and frequently congregated near the drawing’s potential rewards.

Bradley Locker, Staff Reporter

December 31, 2018

Patriot Baseball Program Celebrates Lauded Coach’s 50 Years at Stevenson

Standing Up To Anti-Semitism

Standing Up To Anti-Semitism

Ellie Baden, Managing Editor Print

December 26, 2018

Staffer discloses personal experiences with hate after recent shooting, frequent incidents, encourages advocacy

Shrek: Staffer Review

Shrek: Staffer Review

Ashley Mandel, Business Manager

November 28, 2018

Fart noises and laughter made Friday night’s production of “Shrek” jolly fun, but the strong cast and crew is what brought this tongue-in-cheek fairytale from the studios of DreamWorks into a heartwarming and fantastically technical production.

Shrek Photography

Shrek Photography

Sivakami Ramakrishnan, Graphics Editor

November 23, 2018

Check out Statesman's photo coverage of Stevenson's musical, Shrek!

A Star is Born Review

Bella Schneider, Staff Reporter

November 6, 2018

Despite its bumps, you don’t want to miss this Oscar frontrunner. The movie does a perfect job dealing with mature and complex themes such as drug abuse, suicide and identity.

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