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An artistic exposition displays mannequins for the International Day against Domestic Violence. Photo courtesy of Mika Baumeister via Unsplash.
"Does it count if I said 'Yes?'"
Cindy Yang, Daniel Pashkow, and Alana ZinkPublished May 1, 2024

“Yes” is a word often used to agree, or give consent, to something. But what happens when it’s not freely given? And how do you know the...

Sophomore Anshul Nadendla, senior Anna Gustafson, junior Sarah Fitzgerald, seniors Emily Won, Danny Pashkow, Kyra Sarantapolous and Neha Doppalapudi (from left to right) pose in front of an IHSA banner at the Heartland Community College gym. They began competing at 9:30 a.m. and ended at 1:00 p.m. Photo by Laura Minerva.
Barrington journalists place eighth at state competition
Daniel Pashkow and Neha DoppalapudiPublished April 26, 2024

After competing at the sectional competition earlier this month, nine Barrington journalists progressed to compete at the state level in Bloomington,...

(From left to right) Scout Storms, ‘25, Kaleigh Burns, ‘24, Abby Lewis, ‘26 and Mia Sirois, ‘27 sprint to the line before the start of their race. The four distance runners finished eleventh in the 4x1 mile relay. Photo courtesy of John Storms.
The Fastest Party on the Planet: BHS Girls Compete at New Balance Nationals Indoor
Sabrina Roach, Zoey Watson, and Casey SwartPublished April 24, 2024

As distance runners, Mia Sirois, Abby Lewis, Scout Storms and Kaleigh Burns are no strangers to running a mile. With Lewis, Storms and Burns...

Who wants Watermelon?
Who wants Watermelon?
Kaitlyn Witas, A&E Editor • Published April 23, 2024

Sitting in school for nearly 7 hours a day 5 days a week can catch up to students, especially for those without lunch hours. By the time you’ve...

Grove’s Treasure Trove

Collection of different Grove Avenues artwork coming from grades K-5
Collection of different Grove Avenues artwork coming from grades K-5
Sophomore Ava Lutsi observes the new Andy Warhol artwork from Grove Elementary School’s students. The series has been featured in the high school’s art gallery for four consecutive years, each from a different elementary school in the district.
Paintings displayed from Grove Avenue students illustrate a vase with flowers and creatures.
Junior Adia Strunk and sophomore Ava Lutsi gaze at the painting of Marilyn Monroe made by Grove Elementary School students.


“One thing that’s really special about this is making connections between elementary students and older students,” Brigid Tileston said. 


Three drawn pictures hang by the window in the gallery, created by Grove students.
Students from the elementary school, Grove Avenue, depicted fictional creatures and animals from their imagination.
Self portraits portraits of the Grove Avenue Students made with watercolor
Self portraits portraits of the Grove Avenue Students made with watercolor
Clay art displayed by Grove Avenue students including a snowman mug and green pot.
Collection of different Grove Avenues artwork coming from grades K-5
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