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Back In July, the Washington football team was under turmoil to change its team name and team logo, which has long been considered to be racist. The team’s owner had been pressured to change the name for years now, but amid all of the protests of systematic racism, he finally gave in. It now…

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     It’s finally the time of year to put up all sorts of decorations. You can cruise around your neighborhood and see the festive lights. You start feeling the excitement of Christmas coming through your bones. Northbrook’s Let It Shine light show definitely takes the holiday jolly to the n…

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     Senior year is thought to be the time when students can sit back and party all day long. Although it is a really fun time, there are a lot of responsibilities students have to get ready for college, such as college tours. College tours are necessary to help pick your college. This year …

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At a roaring 11.3 million positive COVID-19 cases in the U.S. High School District 214 has remained to stay in hybrid learning. Schools have been preparing to open back up since March 13. From the new temperature scanners in the main entrance to the one way hallways to separating the student…

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Covid-19 has brought on many struggles that have affected everyone but have also given us the opportunity to grow as people. Back in March when we were very restricted with what we could do, we had to get creative with what we did. Creative times call for creative measures, as they say. Soph…

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New technology within District 214 to assist the remote learning process is currently in the process of being implemented, yet teachers and students have raised concerns regarding the use of the systems.their location, is included in the classroom. “We can have a physics classroom and have a…

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Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and A Soldier's Journey Home partnered up to make a dream become a reality for Cpl. Melroy Cort and his family, building them a home in two weeks.

Hersey's Dicken's Carolers perform at the Arlington Heights Tree Lighting and The Lutheran Home.

Completing their sixth build in as many years, A Soldier's Journey Home (ASJH) built this house for LCpl. Alex Edwards and his family in McDonald, Tennessee. ASJH had help this year as they partnered with the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation in order to make Alex's dream become a r…

On this Veterans’ Day, Hersey and District 214 would like to honor those who have served and are currently serving in the United States military. Over the years Hersey has supported our troops through its partnerships with various organizations such as A Soldier's Journey Home, Nine Line Fou…

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This month we headed to the Chicago International Film Festival to give students a sneak peek at the most anticipated films of the year.

On Friday, September 27th, Hersey students from the CLS Program crushed it in a basketball game during the pep assembly. The Big Game was to promote inclusion for all students and also helped raise money for Gerry's Cafe, a nonprofit coffee shop looking to open and employ only adults with de…

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Hersey student Hope Fenwick details her fame on the social media app TikTok. She shares how she got her start and gives viewers and inside look into her creative process.