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Dairy Belle opens second location

Caitlyn Grcich, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2015

  A second Dairy Belle location opened on Sept. 14th. on U.S. 30 in Schererville. Dairy Belle has long been known as the best ice cream in the region for its high butterfat content.   The new location, located at 2034 Austin Avenue, which will take the place of what was a Dairy Queen, is expected to bring more b...

Bishop Noll Courtyard Garden

June 1, 2015

Bishop Noll’s courtyard garden is transitioning towards a more Butterfly-friendly garden. With help from Environmental Science teacher Ms. Schmidt. Students who plan on taking Environmental Science next year will help with cl...

Recent TV trends harping on nostalgia

Dakotah Hasselgren, Staff reporter

June 1, 2015

  Are television producers losing ideas, or is nostalgia becoming popular?   Popular 90’s show “Full House” is returning for a 13-episode sequel on Netflix in 2016, as announced by John Stamos, or Uncle Jesse, on Ji...

Summer concerts

Edward Florek, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2015

This summer, Chicago and the outlining areas will be hosting a number of concerts this summer ranging from the hard and heavy to the trendy and new of today. There are over 50 scheduled performances listed from many different th...

Julia Fugger’s theatre profile

israel Rivera, Writer/Publisher

June 1, 2015

For most high school students, theatre is an extracurricular school activity, limited to school hours. To freshman Julia Fugger, however, it’s so much more. Her theatre repertoire goes well beyond a school club, digging deep...

Sophomore musician Rojas receives scholarship for prestigious fine arts camp

Kyara Porrata-Pearl, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2015

  Sophomore Emily Rojas has been granted a scholarship to attend the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp located in Twin Lake, Michigan for two weeks in July. South Suburban College is funding her tuition that is worth $1,235.   After performin...

Summer Blockbusters 2015: What will hit and miss?

Chris Lopez, Staff Reporter

June 1, 2015

The summer movie season is the most anticipated movie season of the entire year. It is more anticipated than the fall/winter movie season (better known as the Oscar movie season) and the January/February movie season, which is kno...

Apocalyptic Explosion

Christian Padilla and Valencia Da Silva

April 30, 2015

The year is 2015. At the beginning of January 2015, many people on social networking sites like Tumblr believed that the world was going to end this year, due to the hit ’90s animated show Neon Genesis Evangelion which predic...

Privacy of Snapchat apps, How safe are they?

Kyara Porrata-Pearl and Marisa Romo, Staff Reporters

April 30, 2015

Buzz. That little vibration means one thing. Your Snapchat alert signals you to view an image. Before you even retrieve your phone, you smile because you were expecting it. You picture a silly image on the end, but you wait unt...

Are we getting overwhelmed with the amount of superhero content in entertainment?

Chris Lopez & Lester Linn, Staff Reporters

April 30, 2015

This is the age of the superhero. The general audience is just getting a taste of what is to come with the genre. Since the release of the film Iron Man in 2008, the amount of superhero media has skyrocketed and it has not reac...

Jazz band competes at SSC

Kyara Porrata-Pearl, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2015

BNI jazz band took part in South Suburban College’s Jazz festival this past week. This festival/ competition is for high schools in the chicagoland area. Bands performing have a maximum of 40 minutes to perform. There are two jud...

2015 Oscars predictions: Birdman may come out victorious

Chris Lopez

February 13, 2015

The Oscars is the biggest day for movies in the entire year. The Academy, a group of people who have experience in the film industry who vote on the nominees and winners for each category, decide who is the best of the best in ...

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