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Johnny Manziel

Benjamin Medina, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

The 2012 heisman winner has finally decided to enter the 2014 NFL draft, Johnny Manziel. Manziel was the first freshman to ever win the heisman trophy. Manziel had a terrific junior year having 4114 passing yards and 37 passi...

Oh Deng! Luol’s gone but the future is bright

Samuel Sapyta, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Think of the future, not the present. This is the current mindset of Bulls executive John Paxson and GM Gar Forman. The Bulls front office made a bold move on Jan. 7th by trading one of his best and most consistent players, Luo...

Missing Piece for the OKC Thunder

Jacob Zamarron, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

The 2013-2014 NBA Season looked very promising for the OKC Thunder until Point Guard Russell Westbrook was struck with knee complications once again. Westbrook’s time out hurts the Thunder deeply because Westbrook is a focal p...

Whiting residents uneager to see Catholic churches consolidated

Abbey Dybel, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

On Sunday, January 14th, Catholic churches in Whiting were informed that starting Ash Wednesday of this year, all English masses will be moved to St. John the Baptist, essentially closing the other churches to all English Sund...

Girls softball looks strong in pre-season

Eric Klocek, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Though the girls softball team has gone through many rough seasons, the Lady Warriors were capable of having their best season last year with a record of 19-6 and made an appearance in the sectional finals, where they fell to...

Reviving the troubled neighborhoods of Chicago

Katie Zlajic, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion

During the 1890s Chicago was noted as a world class city. The World’s Columbian Exposition was held in 1893 celebrating the 400th anniversary of Columbus arriving to the new world. This was a major opportunity for Chicago to m...

Stocking Stuffer: Crayola Marker Maker

Danielle Flores, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Crayola Maker Maker→ Crayola strikes again with another clever and creative toy for the holidays. The Crayola Marker Maker provides you with the materials necessary for your very own marker. All you have to do is choose the ing...

Bulls Need to Prepare for the Future with Rose Injured Again

Shawn Haugh, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Bulls fans across the world are experiencing deja vu. “With what?” you may ask. The deja vu is coming from both of Derrick Rose’s knees. In Rose's left knee is a repaired ACL from when he tore it back in the 2012 Playoffs....

Day Of The Doctor Is The Doctor’s 50th Anniversary

Danielle Flores, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

A race of aliens known as the Time Lords originated on the planet of Gallifrey. Located far outside of the Milky Way, Gallifrey fell when war with the Daleks broke out, destroying the planet and wiping out the Time Lord race......

American School Systems

Blair Hochstetler, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Opinion

Chicago school reforms and Chicago teacher union protests are something we habitants of Northwest Indiana know all too well.  It’s something we have seen on the news for years, seen on our own streets.  Some of us went to s...

Black Friday Taking Away from the True Meaning of Christmas

Katy Bremner, staff reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

People are racing out the door at six o'clock leaving Thanksgiving dinner, but for what? To go stand in the cold for four hours? To save a couple dollars on presents? To get their teeth knocked out or to get trampled for the hott...

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