By Georgina Jaimes (Senior) Senn’s students and teachers will soon find out how they will be affected by the 2015-2016 budget cut crisis in CPS. Next year, Senn High School will see a 30% cut totaling $2.8 million dollars. This means that Senn will lose teachers, we will have combined courses, programs will be cut … More Senn takes on the Budget Cut Crisis
By: Shazya Akthar (Freshman) Senn’s Model UN headed to Roberto Clemente High School on May 6th for a Model UN Conference and have received numerous awards, including Best Position Paper, that reflected the hard work and dedication they put to prepare for this event. Model UN (United Nations) is an educational simulation and an academic … More Senn’s Model UN Dominated This Year’s Conference
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by: Sandy Cervantes (Freshman), April Arriaga (Sophomore), and Asim Ali (Freshman) Many students reflected on their trip to and from Senn with videos. As Senn draws from various parts of the city, the reflections were quite different. Sandy Cervantes (Freshman) In my video, I used pictures to illustrate my complicated journey to school every day. … More What I see when I go to Senn
by Maryam Asif ( Sophomore) There are more than 43 million refugees around the world today searching for habitation as they are being ripped from their homes. Refugees are people who have been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disasters. Recently, refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Somalia, and Iraq are … More The fight for Refugees
by Symone Smith ( Junior) In this photo essay I decided to feature my Pit Bull, Madison, to address the many misconceptions that there are about Pit Bulls. I told this story using photos taken of Madison doing her daily activities to emphasize that she is just like any other dog. I hope by watching … More Photo Essay: The Misunderstood Pit Bull