By: Michael Cullinane (Journalism Instructor) Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison is my favorite book of all time for many reasons. Mostly, because I found that (despite our many differences) I could empathize with the unnamed narrator struggling to find his identity post-college. I can’t wait to tell everyone more about why this book is a … More Book Review: Invisible Man
By: Taylor Nguyen (Junior) Milo Yiannopoulos, a political speaker, media personality, blogger, journalist and columnist, is currently on tour across the U.S. to speak about his book and divisive opinions. Yiannopoulos’s controversy ignited about whether or not he has the right to freedom of speech. However, he discusses his thoughts on Islam, social justice, political … More Should Milo Yiannopoulos Be Given The Opportunity To Express His Opinion?
By: April Potack (Sophomore) State Representative Kelly Cassidy hopes to soon pass a bill that will legalize marijuana in Illinois. Kelly Cassidy has been vocal about her plans to legalize cannabis in Illinois for a while now. Journalism teacher Michael Cullinane had arranged this great opportunity for me to interview her and learn more about … More State Rep. Speaks Out about Legalization of Marijuana
By: Omonie Richardson (Junior) Senn’s Visual Arts Program offers creative students of Chicago an outlet to pursue their academic and artistic excellence. The program approaches arts education by emphasizing exploration, interaction, and creation, with coursework that provides technical foundation, essential for clarity in students’ ideas, promoting open exchange and critical analysis within the classroom. … More Senn Visual Arts Program: A Brief Overview
Below is a video produced about a Senn Junior named Batoul Taha. She came to the United States after fleeing Syria with her family to Lebanon. With the help of the United Nations, she has arrived in Chicago at Senn High School. Her story is impactful and reveals a personal side of the conflict occurring … More A Lost Education: Batoul Taha’s Story
By: Muhammad Ibrahim, Afan Aziz, and Asim Ali The debate continues as technology revs up: Which is better the Android or the iPhone. Take a look at these key points laid out in this debate and comment below!
By: Anita Williams, Destiny Rogers, and Karina Pineda Animal testing leads to many benefits for people, but it is very harmful to the animals that unwillingly participate. Please comment below with your thoughts.