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Joie Zaehler, 26, (left), poses with therapy dogs during a SOUL Buddies club meeting. Zaehler, a SOUL Buddies member, has worked with a variety of different therapy animals with the club. Photo provided by Joie Zaehler, 26.

Sharing of Unconditional Love

Olivia Peyton, Sports Editor
Published March 4, 2024

While the rest of us are horsing around, every week, sophomore Joie Zaehler is spending her time with dogs, ponies and other furry friends with the SOUL Buddies club. SOUL Buddies is a program through...

The hallway by the Fine Arts wing is empty of students. This academic hallway is closed during class periods. Photo by Alana Zink, ‘27

Hooray for Hall Posts?

Daniel Pashkow, Cindy Yang, and Alana Zink
Published February 29, 2024

With increased regulations on hallway policy, many teachers now see themselves monitoring the hallways throughout the day. During the eight-period school day, teachers teach during five periods, as...

Polls Apart

Polls Apart

Alana Zink, Staff Writer
Published February 20, 2024

Senior Daniel Devadas navigates his social media algorithm to help fully discover both sides of the political spectrum, and evaluates each political party based on who they nominate and what they offer....

Demonstration in Washington, D.C., protesting the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The ongoing war in Ukraine is one of many human rights violations that Amnesty International has spoken out about Photo courtesy of Ian Hutchinson via Unsplash

How does one club right the wrongs of society’s problems?

Hassan Javed, Staff Writer
Published February 14, 2024

Imprisoned families without proper healthcare, solitary confinement for minors and people silenced for acting on the right of free speech. These issues are addressed by Amnesty International club and students...

On the Big Stage

On the Big Stage

Simran Panwar, Staff Writer
Published December 16, 2023

A quiet stillness lays upon the audience. Theater lights flash towards the stage. The velvet curtain draws to an open. The show begins. This is something that senior Daniel Stevens has ingrained into his...

Evangeline Tuffy (3rd from the left) and friends pose for a picture. They are at the ‘Camp Teen Adventure’ camp this summer. Photo courtesy of Evangeline Tuffy ‘25.

Dealing with diagnosis

Zoey Watson, Photo Editor
Published December 11, 2023

Junior Evangaline Tuffy seems like a regular girl: she plays sports, hangs out with friends and has to do homework on the weekends. Without knowing, you wouldn’t be able to tell that she’s also a Type...

Feineis poses to accept the Physics Teacher of the Year award for this school year. Feineis has been teaching physics at BHS for 22 years. Photo courtesy of Shannon Feineis.

And the award goes to…

LauraAnn Serra, Staff Writer
Published December 4, 2023

For the 2023-24 school year, physics teacher Shannon Feineis has received the Illinois High School Physics Teacher of the Year award. Despite the struggles she had in her physics class during high school,...

Freshman Weston Mui poses with the camera that he uses for filming. Mui has won several awards from his filmmaking hobby. Photo by Alexander Brudvik, 27.

Behind the Scenes with Weston Mui

Alexander Brudvik, Staff Writer
Published November 28, 2023

From directing to filming to everything in between, freshman Weston Mui has found a passion in creating his own films and short skits. At 8 years-old, Mui started making his own videos. Currently, he...

Lindsay Lewis, a BHS alum, owns her own jewelry studio in Chicago. Lewis has been making jewelry since her first metalworking class in high school. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Lewis, lindsay-lewis.com

LAB: Lindsay Lewis (The Extended Version)

Neha Doppalapudi, Editor-in-Chief
Published November 14, 2023

Barrington High School alum Lindsay Lewis didn’t think jewelry could make money. Not in high school, anyway. It wasn’t until Linda Dionesotes, the English department secretary at the time, bought...

Fall experimental: Little Women

Fall experimental: Little Women

Rainey Roy, Staff Writer
Published November 2, 2023

The experimental play is student-directed by senior Lily Hurlock; she has selected an act from “Little Women” to perform. The fall experimental play takes place on Nov. 2, 3 and 4 at 7pm in the black...

Joe Molloy speaks to a colleague in the English department. Molloy has transitioned back to the classroom where he teaches  AP Seminar and junior English classes. Photo by Stephanie Murarous ‘24.

Molloy’s Many Mantles

Anshul Nadendla, Features Editor
Published October 16, 2023

Joseph Molloy has worked in a variety of roles; from administration to teaching to sports. But there is one thing that Molloy feels no matter what role he’s in: a love for Barrington and its people. Q:...

Nominated seniors

And the nominees are…

Mahi Rai and Nadia Shirey
Published May 16, 2023

Teachers were given the opportunity to nominate a student for any kind of award, here are the results! The "Anti-Procrastination" award & Most Positive Student Tracy Haufschild Nominator: Leslie...

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