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Lake County Health Department Roundtable

Griffin Brown December 26, 2021

Following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) authorizing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for anyone ages five years and older, the Lake County Health Department held a roundtable on Nov....

Building with Biden

Dwija Ramesh and Alison Wade December 2, 2021

On Nov. 15, President Joe Biden signed his $1 trillion plan to improve infrastructure into law. Biden’s plan will work to improve and build public transportation, roads, waterways, railways, airports...

Return of World’s Fair

Dayna Roberts and Sarah Zhang November 1, 2021

During the weekend of Oct. 23, Stevenson High School was filled with booths holding various foods and activities from around the world. World’s Fair, which the Diversity Council has been organizing since...

COVID-19 Comes Home?

COVID-19 Comes Home?

Thea Surya and Gaurish Lakhanpal October 4, 2021

Student Council Vice President Aditi Ambravan ’22 hangs up vintage, chic decorations all around the school in preparation for the dance. Images of students flaunting their pressed suits and flashy dresses...

Vaccines for Teens

Vaccines for Teens

Collin Fan, Sophia Ismail, and Myles Woodman May 24, 2021

Since May 11, Stevenson has been offering vaccinations to all students through a partnership with PediaTrust, a local pediatric clinic. With hundreds of shots administered each week, the school hopes...

Springing into Summer

Springing into Summer

Dylan Barbee and Griffin Brown May 21, 2021

Spring Fling takes place on May 21 offering food, games, music to students After a school year full of cancelled events, Stevenson plans on hosting its annual Spring Fling event as is tradition, but...

COVID-19 News: From Chicago to the Entire Country

Ally Flynn and Advay Voleti March 13, 2021

Part 1 Chicago Enters Long Awaited Phase 4, CPS Push Back Opening Chicago is slowly making progress with its COVID-19 phases, after remaining in Phase 5 for much of the past year. NBC Chicago reports...

College Board at Odds

Gaurish Lakhanpal and Katie Lee February 27, 2021

On January 19, the College Board announced the complete discontinuation of the SAT Subject Tests and the SAT Essay in correspondence with their goal of aiding students during a pandemic-era college admissions...

Protecting Patriots

Serena Mehta and Anika Krishnaswamy February 18, 2021

On Friday February 5, Stevenson High School started to administer its first round of COVID-19 vaccines to any Lake County educators who wished to receive it. Stevenson’s “vaccination hub” will be...

Testing the Trial

Lila Maiolo and Greycen Ren February 15, 2021

During the week of January 11, Stevenson faculty returned to campus for a trial version of the hybrid learning model. Although Stevenson opted for a purely remote learning model over the first semester,...

Full Cupboard

Thea Surya and Sophia Ismail February 14, 2021

Breaking News: Democrats win both Georgia Senate seats

Breaking News: Democrats win both Georgia Senate seats

Griffin Brown and Dylan Barbee January 11, 2021

As ballots were counted in the aftermath of the November election, it was clear that President-elect Joe Biden would take the White House in January, and the Democrats would hold the House. However, the...

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