The RoundUp

Covid coffee break

Covid coffee break

Anna McCoy, Photography Editor

Published October 22, 2020

Staying connected one letter at a time

Sana Madhavan, Features Editor

Published May 8, 2020

With quarantining at home has become the new normal, families of students have been adjusting to the sudden deprivation of the personal space they once had. Quarantining this way may be tough, but being confined to four walls...

Practicing positivity

Sam Pashkow, Staff Writer

Published April 30, 2020

As quarantine and e-learning become the new normal for many students around the country, there are a lot of questions being asked about how this will affect teens. Students can no longer see their friends, fun end of the year...

How can we be better shoppers during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Vidya Madana and Krisha Mirchandani, Staff Writers

Published April 30, 2020

Grocery stores have changed their businesses and hours in order to accommodate the COVID-19 outbreak and the effects of coronavirus panic buying. Popular grocery stores have highlighted the changes in their businesses amidst this...

Reflecting on electives

Published April 27, 2020

As students begin to solidify their classes for the following school year, the high school course guide can seem ever more daunting. In addition to having over 80 elective choices, Barrington High School also boasts being one of...

Fall in love with these books this Valentines Day

Megha Rao, Print Sports Editor

Published February 24, 2020

Everyone has their own opinions on holidays, and though we all know about Valentines Day, how we spend it is completely different. Here are some Valentines Day books that are all quick and lighthearted for all of those people....

Q & A with Knoop Twins

Sana Madhavan

Published February 24, 2020

Kendall Knoop: 1. Do you feel close to your twin? Yes, growing up together and experiencing everything at the exact same time. she has always been my best friend. It is wonderful to have someone who understands you and who you...

The Turnout at Turnabout

Grace Busch, Staff Writer

Published February 24, 2020

If you haven’t heard, Barrington High School is hosting their Sadie Hawkins-style winter dance within the next two weeks. The Turnabout dance has been a BHS winter staple for at least a decade now. The flyers are being put up...

Clean commons = common sense

Clean commons = common sense

Grace Tripathy, Online Editor-In-Chief

Published January 19, 2020

Do you like jazz?

Do you like jazz?

Published January 18, 2020

A helping hand

A helping hand

Published January 18, 2020

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