Woodward book reveals key coronavirus details just weeks before election

The cover page of Rage, which has brought up multiple controversies about Trump, Woodward, and the coronavirus. Photo courtesy of Simon and Schuster

Collin Fan

September 18, 2020

On Tuesday, September 15th, journalist Bob Woodward published his newest book, Rage, which details 18 interviews he conducted with President Donald Trump over the past year about the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic. The book, along with audio tapes of the interviews released last week, have re...

Feature Story: Online Prep

September 17, 2020

  Teaching Amid COVID-19 by Victoria Feng   Covid Co-Curriculars by Melissa Liu & Jasmine Sun...

Covid Co-Curriculars

Melissa Liu and Jasmine Sun

September 17, 2020

Under normal circumstances, the 3:25 p.m. bell would’ve cued thousands of students and teachers to flood the halls, unearthing a new, bustling side of Stevenson not seen during the school day. Clubs, sports and other co-curricular events are considered an integral part of the Stevenson experience, al...

Teaching Amid COVID-19

Victoria Feng

September 17, 2020

While students were able to kick back and take time off for summer break, staff members stayed busy—not only in preparation for the back-to-school season but also to adjust to the new Remote Learning format. During these past few months, they’ve been working to develop lesson plans fit for Zoom class...

Breaking the COVID-19 Barrier – Q&A

Vaasu Kakuturu and Sailaja Nallacheruvu

September 14, 2020

In late July, Stevenson announced their plans to go fully remote for the entirety of the first semester. As a result, many have questions regarding how and when schools can return to their normal daily schedules. For such a return to normal, however, experts agree that it would require widespread access to a COVID-19 vaccine. Principal Troy Gobble has played a ...

Things to Look Out for in Statesman

Bradley Locker and Katie Lee

September 13, 2020


Freshmen Survival Guide

Serena Mehta and Olivia Han

September 13, 2020


Local Restaurants Adapt to COVID-19

Victoria Feng and Sophia Ismail

August 19, 2020

Culver’s  Midwestern favorite Culver’s has long been a favorite hangout for Stevenson students and a popular choice for fundraisers. While it’s unlikely that customers can get their Butter Burger or cheese curds fix inside the restaurant any time soon, Culver’s is still open for drive-throug...

Long Road Ahead

Long Road Ahead

July 2, 2020

  The recent murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer, on top of the numerous lives unjustly lost due to police brutality and systemic racism, has propelled the Black Lives Matter movement into mainstream media and public discussion. Floyd’s story acted as an awakening, forcing ...

Evan Ambrose ’21’s Free Throw Goes Viral on Social Media

Photo courtesy Evan Ambrose (@eambro5e) via Instagram

Bradley Locker

June 3, 2020

Even though Stevenson’s boys basketball team could not complete its stellar season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the squad enjoyed tremendous success; under coach Pat Ambrose’s guidance, the Patriots went 28-4, ranked 12th in Illinois per MaxPreps and reached the Prospect Sectional Final against rival M...

Hindsight is 2020

Hindsight is 2020

May 21, 2020

Volume 53- Senior Issue, May 2020

Community Consolidation

Community Consolidation

Caimin Xi, Jasmine Sun, and Natalie King

April 27, 2020

While many maintain social distancing from home, essential workers work tirelessly


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