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Fast Food Philanthropy?

Fast Food Philanthropy?

Sailaja Nallacheruvu, Staff Reporter

January 3, 2020

Chick-Fil-A announces cease in donations to organizations known for being anti-LGBT, raising questions over whether words can be trusted

Pertussis Plagues Patriots

Pertussis Plagues Patriots

Natalie King, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2019

This fall, Stevenson has experienced an unusual outbreak of whooping cough. With 35 confirmed cases so far and the flu season approaching, both students and staff are taking precautions to prevent themselves from contracting these illnesses.  Whooping cough, or pertussis, is an illness which causes one to ...

Co-curricular Collaborations: Thirst Project

Co-curricular Collaborations: Thirst Project

Victoria Feng, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2019

In many countries around the world, getting access to clean water is a long and arduous journey. According to the Thirst Project, every 21 seconds a child dies from a water related disease.Key Club has raised around $11,000 so far to support the Thirst Project, an organization that helps build water pro...

Adversity Score Breakdown

Adversity Score Breakdown

Griffin Brown, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2019

The Adversity Score is a score averaged from two factors: school conditions and neighborhood conditions. Designed to help students raised in areas of high crime rate and poverty, the score would inform college admissions offices of the obstacles they had overcome. The score would be a single number...

Mr. SHS

Mr. SHS

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.

Security Insecurities Resolved

Lily Jiang, Staff Reporter

January 8, 2019

On Wednesday, November 14th, students may have heard Ken Latka, Assistant Principal for Operations and Program, talking about Situational Awareness Day on the morning announcements. Latka asked students and teachers to identify their closest blue “Get Safe” maps, and nearest “Get Safe” location...

Building a Brighter Future

Building a Brighter Future

Lily Jiang, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2018

Recent renovations create new learning space for Little Patriots Day School in East Building

Scoring Scorned

Scoring Scorned

Ashley Mandel, Business Manager

October 18, 2018

University of Chicago applicants no longer required to submit ACT, SAT scores

Moving Out

Moving Out

Ojasvi Saxena, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2018

Transition Program adds new addition, teaches special needs graduates life skills, job experience

Summer School Attendance Increase

Summer School Attendance Increase

Trisha Patel, Web Editor

October 2, 2018

As Stevenson’s population increases with each year, enrollment in summer school classes grows as well. Forty-seven percent of this school year’s population, the highest percentage recorded, was enrolled in a summer school class.

Ideas Worth Spreading

Ideas Worth Spreading

Olivia Han, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2018

Stevenson’s very first TEDxYOUTH event was held on Sept. 7th in the Recital Hall where a selected group of students introduced their own ideas worth spreading

ELLevating Stevenson’s Curriculum

ELLevating Stevenson’s Curriculum

Stephanie Levitt, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2018

Stevenson administration creates two new courses for students: iOS App Development and Programming for Mobile Makers, Current Events ELL

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