by Kameha Spearman ( Junior) Friday, January 29, 2016 the Senn Arts Dance students held the annual winter dance showcase. The Senn arts dance program holds a dance showcase every year but, Friday’s performance was different from any other. For the first time ever the showcase was held for two days versus just one night. Also … More Annual Winter Dance Showcase
by Symone Smith ( Junior) Senn’s own Kameha Spearman and Adnan Hadzalic have started an amazing, thoughtful and insightful web series about the lives of 4 teenagers coming out to the world with their homosexuality. Anthony Rabadan, Dash, Tia Mercer, and Malyja Luciano have participated in this series and share their personal trials and tribulations with … More Coming Out: Our Stories, Episode 1–Anthony Rabadan
by Adnan Hadzalic ( Junior) For as long as I can remember I’ve been interested in politics. Throughout all of the interests i’ve had in life, politics has been the main one to stick. It was due to my interest in politics that I joined the Senn Journalism Program freshman year. I’ve been in the program … More Introduction: Adnan’s political column
by Maricela Machuca ( Sophomore) Michael Chyterbok (57) is a first year Senior JROTC instructor at Senn. He served in the military for 30 years and, previously taught at Marshall High School. He has now been teaching for 3 years in CPS but has taught 20 years in the army. Chyterbok was born in Chicago and went to Kelvyn Park … More Chyterbok joins the JROTC family
by Shazya Akthar (Freshman) All across the world Muslim girls and women are wearing the Hijab in a stylish manner to show that Hijabs can be stylish while still maintaining the religious aspect. A Hijab is a rectangular scarf that is wrapped over the head and is intended to cover the hair and neck of Muslim … More Stylish Hijabs?
by Hasan Gordon (Sophomore) “A lot of people enter and leave the teaching profession and they’ll leave for a lot of reasons, because it’s really difficult, it’s stressful, it’s really hard and challenging. But no one ever leaves teaching because it’s boring.” Matthew Bonges was once told this by his BC calculus teacher and is one … More Physics teacher branches into uncharted territory
by Luciana Matteson (Senior) It’s all too often that individuals excuse their favorite celebrities’ poor behavior and questionable actions. I am here to set the record straight – don’t do that. They too have to be held up to the same standards of everyone else if not even higher because they are public figures. We … More Your Problamatic Faves