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Stevenson Lockdown Draws Attention to Security

Dylan Hu, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2017


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Stevenson High School went into a school lockdown on the night of September 13 in response to a nearby armed robbery in Buffalo Grove. This crisis, which held students in a lockdown until police noted otherwise, shed light on Stevenson’s emergency protocol. Stevenson first entered into a “clo...

Main Break Causes Issues

Olivia Lamberti, News Editor

September 11, 2017


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Sammi Schnuer '18 and many of her peers weren’t perturbed by the water main break Aug. 17. Thanks to the senior’s post on social media, students wore sunglasses, Hawaiian shirts and other beach attire Friday. Despite the water themed outfits, a boil order preventing water consumption was in effect...

Forum encourages debate, diverse political viewpoints

Olivia Lamberti, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2017


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From working with Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign to debating geopolitics with Model United Nations (MUN), Daniel Bien ’18 isn’t afraid of confronting controversy within current events. The Forum, an event that aimed to foster frank political discussion, seemed tailor made for a student like...

Outward bound

Outward bound

Adele Lee, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2017


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As the school year comes to a close, many seniors across the country must ask themselves: “What comes next for me?” For the majority of high school students in Illinois, attending college out-of-state seems to be the new trend. According to Chicago Magazine, Illinois is now the nation’s largest...

AP prep course attendance declines

AP prep course attendance declines

Karaj Singh, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2017


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For the past eight years, Stevenson has offered AP preparatory classes that students can take over the summer. These classes serve as bridges to year-long AP courses and were implemented to give students the opportunity to either challenge themselves in a particular course, prepare themselves if they...

Shortage of substitutes

Yana Bushuyeva, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2017


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In the past few years, Stevenson has been experiencing a shortage of substitutes. With a student teacher ratio of 16:2, Stevenson has around 500 teachers, and only an average of 30-35 substitutes available daily. Scarcity of substitutes occurred because of stern professional development and training...

SHS alumnus runs for governor

SHS alumnus runs for governor

Nikol Safronova and Cindy Yao

March 19, 2017


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An entrepreneur and small business owner, Stevenson alumnus Alex Paterakis ’06 is now hoping to make his mark in the Illinois political scene. Paterakis is currently a Democratic candidate running in the 2018 Illinois gubernatorial election. Paterakis, who graduated high school over 10 years ago,...

A statement of solidarity

A statement of solidarity

Maya Parekh and Adele Lee

February 28, 2017


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With over 3.2 million participants in more than 500 U.S. cities, the women's marches that took place on January 21st, only a day after President Trump’s inauguration, have been the largest U.S. demonstration in history, according to The Atlantic. The largest march took place in Washington D.C. with an estimate...

Student honored for anti-drug work

Student honored for anti-drug work

February 28, 2017


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In January, Ananya Pati ’18 was named a Trainer of Training (ToT) by Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America (CADCA) for her work as a co-leader of Stevenson’s anti-drug club Catalyst and being part of Stand Strong Coalition, the adult group of Catalyst. “It was an honor to win the award, but it ...

Graduating seniors keep iPads

Graduating seniors keep iPads

Karaj Singh, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2017


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The class of 2017 will be the second group of seniors to keep their school-issued iPads once they graduate in May. Stevenson’s administration finally settled on the decision after considering the pros and cons of letting seniors keep their iPads. The administration looked at a number of factors, in...

Inclusion for all

Inclusion for all

Elyse Baden

February 28, 2017


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As Laura Smith walks down the halls of Stevenson, she takes advantage of the time to  text and talk with friends while doing her best to avoid being trampled by students trying to beat the bell. However, those are not the only things on her mind. Smith has heard the stories of bullying, discrimination and viol...

Safety on college campuses

Safety on college campuses

Emma Ismail and Jamie Berman

February 13, 2017


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Ohio State, University of California Los Angeles, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Tuskegee University. College campus violence made the news very frequently in 2016. Almost every school has had an issue with criminal offenses at some point in time, and many of these instances happen to be violent....

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