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Leaders Wanted: SLAC

Ojasvi Saxena, News Editor

November 13, 2019

Once a month, leaders of Stevenson’s 130+ clubs enter Room 6110. As a part of Stevenson’s Student Leadership Advisory Council (SLAC) they aim to give feedback to the administration in an advisory capacity and serve as part of a communication network between groups.   “SLAC is a way to meet with student...

Deck the Halls with Boughs of Candy

Deck the Halls with Boughs of Candy

Pooja Jain, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2019

Students sell creative treats, goodies to raise money for Christmas presents for families in need.

Opening Doors to Open Minds

Opening Doors to Open Minds

Olivia Han, Web Editor

November 2, 2019

Students learn about the human mind through interactive activities like hypnosis in the new Psychology Club

Fast Forward Future

Fast Forward Future

Olivia Han, Web Editor

October 18, 2019

Beneath the mess of open textbooks and unfinished essays spread on the desk lies the new Stevenson coursebook. Jug- gling the weight of schoolwork and extracurriculars often leaves no time for students to think about theiracademic future. To help students reflect in a stress-free environment, Let’s...

SHS Promotes ROTC Program for Students Interested

SHS Promotes ROTC Program for Students Interested

Humza Qazi, Staff Reporter

October 13, 2019

Beads of sweat trickle down Mark Lozovnoy's face, stinging his unrelenting and determined eyes as he pushes himself to complete his 5k run. After months of training and preparation, he was able to pass the first portion of his PFT (Physical Fitness Test), where he had to do as many pull-ups as he co...

Competing for Crowns

Competing for Crowns

Sailaja Nallacheruvu, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2019

This past summer, while most students were at the beach or with friends, students like Victoria Blair Rhemrev '21 and Ria Kumari '20 spent much of their time practicing for pageants by practicing walking in glittering pageant gowns and high heels or answering practice interview questions, and even...

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.

Q&A with Vika Bekker ’20

Q&A with Vika Bekker ’20

Katie Lee, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2019

On January 25, Kiva Club hosted its annual student singing competition, S-Factor, where contestants went through two rounds in one night to see who had the "S" Factor. We sit down with Vika Bekker, the S-Factor winner, to talk about the competition and singing. It might be a little hard to recall now, but what was your reac...

Progressing Pride

Progressing Pride

Ellie Baden, Managing Editor Print

February 23, 2019

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

Learning about Tinkle Times

Learning about Tinkle Times

Victoria Feng, Guest Reporter

January 11, 2019

While most students see issues of Tinkle Times while going to the bathroom, they might not realize all the hard work that goes into creating each weekly issue. This Stevenson-exclusive project is spearheaded by Student Council’s student leaders, such as Allison Pokoski '20. Tinkle Times is Stevens...

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