Freshmen’s Perspective On E Learning

William Hansen

September 21, 2020

Coming into high school is usually an experience that defies a lot of expectations, and of course with a pandemic going around these incoming students have been surprised one more time. When you enter the building for the firs...

Parent’s Perspectives On E-Learning

Melissa Hickey

September 21, 2020

E-learning is hard on lots of students and teachers, but I think we all forgot about the parents. How do the parents feel? My mom and dad have some different and some similar opinions and perspectives about e-learning. First, when I...

Quarantine Update

April 6, 2020

New Bus Stop-Arm Cameras

Sam Portis

December 4, 2019

Joliet Township High School buses are now equipped with high definition cameras to seize the image of vehicles illegally passing buses while stop arms are out. Stop Arm cameras are the most effective and convenient means to ...

Job Shadowing

John Luna Matilde, Reporter

June 3, 2019

Job shadowing. When we first heard about it as a sophomore, we all dreaded the idea of it and thought of it as a thing we “needed” to do but the more you think about it’s actually a privilege. It is a privilege to be able...

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Day of the Dead

November 6, 2018

Peace Walk and Grito

Valeria Perez, Reporter

October 31, 2018

On September 13, Club Puentes, Team Human and members of Latinos Unidos from JJC joined together to participate in the Peace Walk and Grito after school. The Peace walk was started on Herkimer St. towards Eastern Ave and then...

Farewell to Arlene

Farewell to Arlene

October 30, 2018

Skincare

Gianna Greenan, Reporter

November 8, 2017

Everybody has skin, and it only makes sense to take care of it. There are many do’s and don’ts when it comes to skincare techniques, and here are just a few. Do drink plenty of water. Our bodies are made of almost 65% wa...

Escaramuza

Valerie Alvarez, Reporter

November 8, 2017

Escaramuza is a horse-riding sport only for girls that is native to Mexican culture. This sport is a part of something bigger in Mexican horse-riding culture, known as Charrería. This riding is something much bigger than escar...

DACA

Zafiro Aguilar, Reporter

November 8, 2017

As many students know, there is word going around of the possible removal of the DREAM Act bill (as it was not passed for a second time) or otherwise known as the consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)....

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