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Patriot Portraits Ep 2: Joy Qu

Patriot Portraits Ep 2: Joy Qu

Nellie Maloney, Vaasu Kakuturu, and Sophia Ismail

January 23, 2020

Joy Qu recounts her experiences in squash and her motivation to try the sport.

Illuminating Bright Lights Candle Sales

Illuminating Bright Lights Candle Sales

Jasmine Sun, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2020

Just off of Port Clinton road, the Stevenson Transition House blends in effortlessly with other homes on the street that hundreds of students pass by daily without a second thought. Most strangers are unaware that within its walls, students are working together to bake cookies, do laundry and even ru...

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

Statesman in News: Cheryl Chen

Statesman in News: Cheryl Chen

Anjini Grover, Managing Editor-Magazine

December 20, 2019

WIT Editor-In-Chief Cheryl Chen ’20 attended the annual University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Creative Writing Festival. Along with other creative writing classes, the WIT attended the all-day conference in which students were able to submit their work competitively. Chen had written a nonfiction piece ...

Boys Basketball Season Expectations

Boys Basketball Season Expectations

Bradley Locker, Sports Editor

December 20, 2019

Staffer's rundown of expectations for the 2019-20 Boys Basketball Season.

Christmas Movie Reviews

Christmas Movie Reviews

Melissa Liu, Graphics Editor

December 16, 2019

Staffer reviews some of season's newly released movies.

Winter Concert: Photojournalism

Winter Concert: Photojournalism

Humza Qazi, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2019

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Beyond the Gifts

Beyond the Gifts

Christie Lee, Managing Editor-Web

December 4, 2019

Members of National Honor Society (NHS) did more than deliver presents, learned stories behind receivers of Give-a-Thon gifts during Delivery Day.

Participating Patriots

Participating Patriots

November 30, 2019

Volume 53-Issue 3, November 2019

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 ...

Trump Impeachment: Pro/Con

Trump Impeachment: Pro/Con

Melissa Liu and Janice Lee

November 21, 2019

PRO written by Melissa Liu: No one can deny the effects that President Trump has had on America’s political climate—both the good and the bad. On one hand, as my APUSH teacher puts it, Trump has awakened the nation from a political coma: people on both sides of the aisle have begun exercising thei...

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...

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