Biden’s First 100 Days: Ups and Downs, Twists and Turns

President Biden gave an address to a joint session of Congress on April 28, commemorating the end of his first 100 days in office and stating his plans for the rest of his presidency. The President talked on a plethora of topics, but the majority of his speech focused on his administration’s response to the …

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Lifetime Blazer D’Ambrose readies for retirement from her Alma Mater

Teachers are the foundation of schools. They are given the task to empower the lives of their students and amplify the student’s ambition for a better future. It especially helps when there are teachers that put in their effort into teaching. Not only is teaching just simply handing out lessons and assignments but the connection …

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Junior Alicia Lloveras places 33rd at IHSA state badminton tournament

AT junior Alicia Lloveras became the first Blazer to qualify for the IHSA state badminton competition in 3 years after her 4th place finish at sectionals in late March. Lloveras, who placed 33rd in the state, was both honored and thrilled by the opportunity. At the sectionals competition, Lloveras won a close first match to …

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Fight the Disease, Not the Symptoms: It’s Time to Rethink How We Handle Crime

Last week a Chicago Police officer shot 13-year-old Adam Toledo sending the city into a fury of riots and protests, calling for better police accountability and even the defunding of the Chicago Police Department. But last week there was also a drive-by shooting of seven-year-old Jaslyn Adams sparking calls for better police funding to combat …

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