• Breaking: First case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S.
    Posted in: BREAKING, News

    Robert Swetlic ’16 Editor-In-Chief After over 6000 diagnosed cases of Ebola in Africa and 3000 deaths, the deadly virus has found its way to the U.S. An unnamed man was flying back to Texas from Libera and sough medical attention after six days of symptoms. Doctors at a Texas hospital quickly diagnosed him with Ebola [...]

  • Big Shot: September 22-26
    Posted in: Big Shots, Media

    The photo below was taken in the art room located in the tower. Students from Intro Art classes have just finished their first project, which was to write poems and then apply water color gradients to them after. In this photo, Art Teacher Erica Marotzke had just finished hanging the projects around the art room [...]

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    Antonia’s Top 4: Most anticipated TV shows
    Posted in: Columns, Miscellaneous, Opinion

    Antonia Ruthenberg ’15 Section Editor  Heart rates are on the rise this week as new seasons of anticipated television shows recently premiered. And I am most looking forward to Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, How To Get Away With Murder, Grey’s Anatomy, and Scandal. Law and Order: SVU Starting with Law and Order: SVU, [...]

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    Lions start the season strong, despite some errors
    Posted in: Columns, Opinion, Sports

    Cameron Sanders ‘17 Staff Writer The Lions have shown us what they are truly capable of these past two weeks, both the good and the bad. The Lions 14 to 35 victory against the San Francisco Giants showed us how versatile the Lions can be on both sides of the ball. On the other hand [...]

  • Varsity Girls Swim Team swims tri-meet
    Posted in: Photos, Sports

    Robert Swetlic ’16 Editor-In-Chief The Girls Varsity Swim Team had their first and only home meet of the season tonight against Centerline and Bishop Foley. The Lady Cav’s lost to both Foley and Centerline however moral was still high as they cheered and celebrated some of their teammates person best times. The team is captained [...]

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    Monster Tour wraps in Detroit
    Posted in: Arts & Entertainment

    Antonia Ruthenberg ’15 Section Editor On August 22 and 23, Eminem and Rihanna came together as a duo that could be considered “monstrous” on stage. The Monster tour kicked off in Pasadena, California at the Rose Bowl for two days, traveled to Metlife Stadium in New York City for two more days and finally, Eminem [...]

  • Photo of the smoke that rose from the burning telephone pole that was caught on fire by the faulty transformer. Photo by Sophomore Theo Pozios.
    Fire sparked at the Board Office (UPDATED)
    Posted in: BREAKING, Miscellaneous, News

    UPDATE: This story has since been updated to account for a statement from Superintendent Pamela Balint and for repairs made at the Board Office. As of last week, a new telephone pole and transformer have been installed at the Board Of Education Office. In addition to the power being restored at the building, internet access [...]

  • Apple releases new iPhones, watch
    Posted in: Arts & Entertainment

    Robert Swetlic ‘16 Editor-In-Chief Despite various products leaks that plagued the iPhone 6 before its launch, Apple Inc. made a splash on September 9th when they revealed not only two new iPhones, but a mobile payment system and a smartwatch. CEO Tim Cook, along with other company executives, took the stage to introduce the iPhone [...]

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