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  • Q&A: Lexi Kurzawinski talks art and music

    Q&A: Lexi Kurzawinski talks art and music

    Kate McKinley, Scribe Reporter

    When I sat down for the interview, I was really nervous. Lexi Kurzawinski is a senior; I am a freshmen. Lexi has performed in the SHS Variety Show, in the school band, and has exhibited her art in our schowcase hallways, so I already knew she was talented. When we met, however, it quickly became clear...

    Lexi Kurzawinski works on a piece of art in Ms. Govic's 5th period art class.

    Ms. Govic

  • And CAOS Has Begun.

    And CAOS Has Begun.

    Cedric Mathew, Entertainment Editor

    Have you ever thought about selling your soul to the Devil?  There seems to be a lot of advantages. You are practically immortal. You get to dabble in magic and learn how to conjure spells. You get a magical pet companion. You get to go to boarding school and have wild, youthful experiences. And y...

    You'll get goosebumps with the Netflix spin on the Sabrina, which first aired on October 26, 2018.

  • Weighing the pros and cons of extracurriculars

    Weighing the pros and cons of extracurriculars

    Abigail Thomas, Scribe Reporter

    As freshmen, we’re been told over and over again to get more involved in school right from the start. Clubs and activities help student transition into high school more easily, and it is a faculty goal to get everyone involved. But why? Does joining extracurricular activities really help us? Does...

    Stephanie Portillo works with Baigalmaa Gansukh at debate practice.

    Abigail Thomas

  • A message to teachers: it’s okay to be vulnerable

    A message to teachers: it’s okay to be vulnerable

    Megan Sass, Scribe Editor

    I suffer from anxiety. I’m anxious-- nearly all the time. Even writing about my anxiety is difficult for me, and I know that others suffer in similar ways. Whether it’s anxiety, depression, eating disorders, or any other debilitating mental issue, I know I’m not alone in my struggles with mental...

  • The Ballad of Joji: A Review of Joji’s “BALLADS 1”

    The Ballad of Joji: A Review of Joji’s “BALLADS 1”

    Oskar Malkiewicz, Editor-in-Chief

    Internet icon turned R&B singer George Miller, operating under the pseudonym Joji, has seen a meteoric rise in popularity in recent years. Prior to his current work, Miller was known on YouTube as “Filthy Frank,” a politically incorrect comedian/troll who managed to amass an audience three million...

    George Miller's debut album "BALLADS 1," released October 26th, 2018. Image courtesy of @sushitrash on Twitter.

  • “Tartuffe” to open at SHS Theatre

    “Tartuffe” to open at SHS Theatre

    Anna Scanlan, Scribe Reporter

    On November 15, 16 and 17, in the auditorium, the SHS Theater is performing Tartuffe, a slapstick comedy of errors. Set in 18th century Europe, the costumes are big and so are the laughs.  Tickets are$5  for students and $7 adults. “This show is a comedy that has taken a classic piece of literature and short...

    "Tartuffe" open in the SHS auditorium Thursday, November 15 and runs through Saturday, November 17.

    Mrs. Micheletto

SHS Continues Tradition of Author Visits
Students in the workforce
A Fizzler performance to remember
World language students travel around the world
Making reading fun again
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Weighing the pros and cons of extracurriculars
A message to teachers: it’s okay to be vulnerable

A message to teachers: it’s okay to be vulnerable

November 15, 2018

Making Schaumburg my home

Making Schaumburg my home

November 12, 2018

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Q&A: Lexi Kurzawinski talks art and music
Fall Play auditions
SHS Theatre presents “Scared Scriptless”

SHS Theatre presents “Scared Scriptless”

August 30, 2018

Support culture…attend Diversity Fair!

Support culture…attend Diversity Fair!

February 22, 2018

SHS presents “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet”

SHS presents “The Seussification of Romeo and Juliet”

February 6, 2018

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