Is TikTok safe from explicit, unsafe content?
Is TikTok safe from explicit, unsafe content?
Gabriel Kedziora, Staffer • May 21, 2021

Tik Tok is one of the most dominant apps on the digital market. It is available in 155 countries and over 75 languages with millions of users...

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PCP: Should OPRF mandate vaccines?
Pro: Holden Green, Photo & Graphics Editor, Con: Jackson Hassler, Staffer • May 21, 2021

PRO by Holden Green, Photo/Graphics Editor OPRF should mandate the COVID-19 vaccine for all eligible students and faculty who want to be in...

Book Review: Chicago's Great Fire
Luke Gilfillan, Staffer • April 5, 2021

“Chicago's Great Fire: The Destruction and Resurrection of an Iconic American City” provides detailed and personal accounts of one of America's...

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Softball off to a sparkling season
Harrison Dear, Staffer • May 21, 2021

The Varsity team has enjoyed a strong level of success since their start in mid-April. Similar to previous years, the Huskies began the...

Boy's basketball's lost season
April 5, 2021

After playing only six games, the OPRF Boys Basketball team had the rest of its season canceled due to a positive COVID-19 test. While the...

Senior athletes and college commitments
April 5, 2021

During this turbulent and stressful year, athletic events were hit hard. Games and seasons of various sports were canceled, and many athletes...

Students distribute handmade bowls at Empty Bowls 2021. Local studios Terra Incognito (246 Chicago Ave.) and ViaClay (208 S. Marion St.) helped with bowl production.
Empty Bowls succeeds in supporting community
Alex Goldstein, Staffer • May 21, 2021

Empty Bowls places a strong emphasis on bringing the community together for a good cause. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a new definition of community. The nationwide fundraiser, introduced to OPRF in the early 2000’s, is an event attended by over 1,000 community members, and over 1,000 handmade bowls of locally donated soup are sold. Proceeds to the OPRF chapter go to Beyond...

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OPRF students welcome vaccines with open arms
Jackson Hassler, Staffer • May 21, 2021

Vaccine eligibility in Illinois has opened up to everyone age 12 and above, and OPRF students have been getting COVID-19 vaccines. The Village...

Georgia voting bill rattles OPRF
Georgia voting bill rattles OPRF
Alex Goldstein, Staffer • May 21, 2021

On March 30, Georgia Republicans passed a bill that largely altered the state’s voting system. S.B. 202 will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2022. New...

Board searches for successor to Pruitt-Adams
Jackson Hassler, Staffer • April 8, 2021

As Joylynn Pruitt-Adams’ time at OPRF draws closer to an end, the current school board has been working on finding their next superintendent....

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A joint Tabula class, with the writers, designers, and photographers
Tabula commemerates the unconventional year
Alex Goldstein, Staffer • May 21, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic began its reign of terror across the country, everything came to a pause. Classes switched to online, and clubs, sports,...