The RoundUp

Squirrels take over as Barrington continues remote-learning
Squirrels take over as Barrington continues remote-learning
Vidya Madana, Multimedia Editor • Published November 22, 2020

Winston Munck, a loose squirrel in the East 300 wing, crawled through a hole in history teacher Dr. Jose Santamaria's classroom according to popular theory. Teachers have spotted him multiple times...

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E-learning upholds student distress
E-learning upholds student distress
Emily Won, Multimedia Team • Published October 21, 2020

In many aspects, online school can leave students exhausted and stressed, both mentally and physically. E-Learning mainly utilizes Zoom calls to substitute, and even replicate, a typical in-person class....

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Downtown Barrington reopening update
Downtown Barrington reopening update
Gia Vieceli, Social Media Team • Published October 21, 2020

Downtown Barrington managers, workers and village board members have worked together to create the safest way to reopen their establishments since temporarily shutting down in late March due to Covid. Melanie...

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BHS teacher or PRO writer?
BHS teacher or PRO writer?
Grace Den Ouden, Staff Writer • Published October 12, 2020

English teacher Stephanie Fleck co-wrote a pedagogical book, Choice and Voice, that was published in August. The book focuses on collaborative reader workshops where students are given the choice of what...

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Bored on break: A worry-free list of COVID-safe activities
Bored on break: A worry-free list of COVID-safe activities
Neha Doppalapudi, Copy Editor • Published December 21, 2020

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Students debate if you can have friends with different political views
Published December 16, 2020

T.J. Rot: In the current political climate, everyone has started to become more and more divided, drawing lines and picking sides even when unnecessary. This should not lead to broken friendships....

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Offbeat: Episode one
Offbeat: Episode one
Grace Gregoire and Zoe Homan, Editors • Published December 14, 2020

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Thanksgiving: The 2020 reality
Thanksgiving: The 2020 reality
Dylan Mota, Multimedia Team • Published December 10, 2020

People celebrated a very different Thanksgiving this year. In the current times we're living through, we find ourselves doing things a bit differently this time. We won’t have the extended dinner tables...

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Ecospeak
Ecospeak
Beata Von Huene and Lauren Weiner, Staff Writers • Published December 24, 2020

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Velcro Tunnel
Velcro Tunnel's rise
Anna McCoy, Photography Editor • Published December 22, 2020

The icy breeze of Halloween night made its annual appearance on October 31st. This year it swept through Barrington leaving fingers and ears numb. The full moon produced a warm glow, with help from some...

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Holiday homes around Barrington
Holiday homes around Barrington
Kaitlyn Witas, Staff Writer • Published December 22, 2020

Barrington resident Sarah G. shares her magical spirit with others through her decorations outside of her house. She kept her decorations simple but classy, making it pleasing to the eye. “I teach...

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Masked fashion lookbook
Masked fashion lookbook
Aliyyah Zaidi, Staff Writer • Published December 21, 2020

For many people - including me - pandemic-fatigue is hitting hard. Talking to loved ones through cloth and constantly worrying about spreading a virus takes its toll. According to UCHealth, pandemic-fatigue...

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Social distancing robotics season brings new challenges
Social distancing robotics season brings new challenges
Vidya Madana, Multimedia Editor • Published December 5, 2020

As the pandemic continues to rage on, so does the undwindling passion of robotics students’ this year. With new safety guidelines, masks, repeated hand sanitizer breaks, and social distancing, this new...

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Volleyball’s Maestro: a Q&A with setter Madeleine Yoon
Volleyball’s Maestro: a Q&A with setter Madeleine Yoon
Emily Won, Staff Writer • Published November 30, 2020

Freshman Madeleine Yoon’s passion for volleyball is not one to be overlooked. Through an interest that emerged in her early teens, she quickly developed a liking for this social and competitive sport....

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Orchesis takes the virtual stage
Orchesis takes the virtual stage
Anna McCoy, Photography Editor • Published November 15, 2020

Barrington High School features many activities that showcase a variety of student talent. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus is back in full force, creating continuous challenges that would have been unimaginable...

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MSL Champs to Regionals
MSL Champs to Regionals
Grace Tripathy, Editor-In-Chief • Published October 22, 2020

On Saturday, October 17th, the Boy’s Cross Country Team ranked first in the Mid-Suburban League (MSL) Championships Conference at Hoffman Estates High School, with eleven runners placing in the top 25. “The...

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On the floor
On the floor
Sarah Huddleston, Camille Wodarz, Grace Tripathy, Editors-In-Chief • Published January 24, 2021
Chicago Bears 2020 season outlook
Chicago Bears 2020 season outlook
Grey Hoffman, Staff Writer • Published December 26, 2020
Ecospeak
Ecospeak
Beata Von Huene and Lauren Weiner, Staff Writers • Published December 24, 2020
Velcro Tunnel
Velcro Tunnel's rise
Anna McCoy, Photography Editor • Published December 22, 2020
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