Dick’s Sporting Goods: December 2017

Addison Dick, Sports Editor

December 16, 2017

  2017 was a wild year in sports. It included Clemson’s last-second touchdown to win the college football championship game, perhaps the greatest comeback ever in the Super Bowl, the revival of the Roger Federer-Rafael Nad...

Players look on as senior Malachi Ross plays lockdown defense on a Fenwick player.

Five Years in the Making

December 15, 2017

Natalie’s News: New Year, New Me

Natalie Guarino, Managing Editor

December 15, 2017

Every Jan. 1, my mom forces my family to write down our New Year Resolutions. Whether it’s as small as eating healthier or as big as getting into college, she tries to make all of us think of ways to better ourselves. This...

Natalie’s News: White Fragility, Handle with Care

Natalie Guarino, Managing Editor

December 15, 2017

Race is often at the forefront of Oak Park’s collective consciousness. And for the most part, we don’t shy away from the issue. Our community consistently tries to have the difficult, uncomfortable conversations about race...

Senior Matthew Vietzen runs past his competitors at the state meet in Peoria, Illinois.

Vietzen Runs Downstate

December 2, 2017

Natalie’s News: Sexual Assault Brought to Light

Natalie Guarino, Managing Editor

December 1, 2017

Is 2017 ever going to end? Every month, new scandals or disasters have rocked the world. For the past month, a barrage of sexual assault, abuse, and misconduct allegations have consumed the press. Since early October, when...

Dick’s Sporting Goods: November 2017

Addison Dick, Sports Editor

December 1, 2017

It has been difficult to ignore the impact Lavar Ball has had on basketball and sports in general since Lonzo Ball, his oldest son, rose to fame for the UCLA Bruins last year. Lonzo now plays for the Los Angeles Lakers, middle...

Studio 200 aims to start race conversation

Talia Brookstein-Burke, Contributor

December 1, 2017

When senior Ayanna Sloan first read “Master Harold and the Boys,” she was determined not to direct it. After reading it a second time, however, she realized her initial reaction was mistaken. “I said to myself, ‘Ayanna,...