Welcome to Episode Two of Senn TV. We’re exciting to present stories surrounding the many end of the school year events taking place at Senn. Segments Include: Trip to Springfield Pop Quiz Word on the Street Review Question of the Day Personal Project Showcase Loyola University Scholarship We’ll have one more episode this year, but … More Senn TV is back with Episode 2
By: Crystal Villalobos and Asim Athar (Seniors) Two Senn seniors attended the Trump Rally, which was later cancelled. Here are their perspectives.
By: Meti Dargachew (Sophomore) This story presents how art is a significant key to our young society. These pictures show teenagers working on different types of art that leads them to a world where only colors and shapes matter. I told this story because the government is trying to take away art from our schools … More Stand Up For Art!
By: Kameha Spearman (Junior) I created this photo essay because the Praise Dancers of St. Ailbe Catholic Church have always been a big part of my life. Through praise dancing I have always been able to get through struggles that have been placed in my life. I took these photos of the dancers and wrote … More St. Ailbe Praise Dancers Worship
By: Kendall Jackson Jr. (Sophomore) With the presidential race starting to shift to one representative for each party, I begin to realize how important it is to vote. I could be one of those people who say “I’m not gonna vote cause voting is stupid. My vote doesn’t matter because the government is corrupt!” I’m … More Bernie: The Voice of the Voiceless
By: Maricela Machuca (Sophomore) Senn High School will be launching a new TV news show this month where Journalism students will work every day to inform their peers about events in and outside the school. The idea came from Michael Cullinane, Senn’s lead journalism teacher, and Mary Beck the school’s principal. TVs will be set … More Senn High School Plans TV News Show
By: Danyelle Collymore (Sophomore) In this stage of their lives do sophomores struggle when preparing for college? Does money play a role? Or do they just not want to take it as serious as they should? Senn sophomores struggle with going to college and preparing for it since most students aren’t financially ready. Money plays … More Sophomore Class: It’s Time To Get College Ready!… Or Is It?