Throughout my life, I have loved sports more than anything. Watching sports when I was a kid changed my life in many ways. I started to watch sports was when I was 5 years old and instantly became glued to the television. I didn’t watch cartoons or other TV shows, only sports because they had an … More Sayed’s Love For Sports
by Symone Smith ( Junior) To wrap up 2015 Senn journalist students Reagan Ivie and Ivan Alvarez, both Juniors, interviewed Senn staff and students about their own Album of the Year.
by Georgina Jaimes and Benjamin Pulido ( Seniors) Lucas Kelleher is the proud winner of the Teacher of the Month Award. Kelleher got his degree in Anthropology and History from the University of Minnesota- Twin Cities. He then started his teaching career in the Southside of Chicago. Kelleher relocated to Senn because he read an article about how … More Teacher of the Month: Lucas Kelleher
by Georgina Jaimes ( Senior) Senior Raamish Siddiqui (18), from West Rogers Park has lived in the U.S, Canada, U.K, Pakistan and Dubai. Moving has been notable experience for Siddiqui because he has gotten to know and see all these different cultures and places. Locating to Chicago and going to Senn, Siddiqui has experienced such a diverse environment. Siddiqui is a … More 2016 Posse Scholarship winner
by Georgina Jaimes ( Senior) Senior Oyuki Aguilar (17) from Edgewater, is Mexican American and aspiring to be the first person in her family to attend college. Oyuki is balancing IB certificate classes and is involved in the Dreamers club. She hopes to become a role model to the Latino community by striving to receive a Master’s … More Senn Senior’s aspirations for college
by Symone Smith ( Junior) Senn High School is hosting its very first talent show and students and administrators alike are very excited. The show will be sponsored by Senn’s Pride Alliance club led by math teacher, Ms. Zeman, and Senn’s social worker, Ms. Powitz. The club is excited to bring this hopefully new tradition of annual … More Born This Way Talent Show
by Keji Ojo (Sophomore) Martin David Black is a 64-year- old Visual Arts teacher at Senn High School who has been teaching for 27 years. Black taught many schools on the west side of Chicago before coming to Senn. He also teaches more than just art, Black also teaches swimming, and coaches the Swim Team … More Black brings his art skills to Senn