• Logan Aldrich (center left) and Asher Alcantara (center right) rehearse for “Oliver!”

    Wilmette students cast in ‘Oliver!’

    October 6, 2015 By Kirsten Keller, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    Wilmette’s Logan Aldrich and Asher Alcantara have been cast as the Artful Dodger in the production of “Oliver!” at Citadel Theatre in Lake Forest.
  • Varsity football player Richard Austin dances during the team performance at the North Shore Country Day School pep rally Friday, Oct. 2. Photos by Megan Maginity/22nd Century Media

    School spirit strong at Raider pep rally

    October 6, 2015 By Megan Maginity, Managing Editor News, School
    To increase school spirit before the big North Shore Country Day homecoming game, students gathered for an all-school pep rally Friday, Oct. 2.
  • Actors perform the Lagniappe-Potpourri opening number, “Build a Better You,” at New Trier. The show opened Tuesday, Oct. 6.

    New Trier’s Lagniappe satirizes school construction

    October 5, 2015 By Kirsten Keller, Assistant Editor Life & Arts
    The theme of the 72nd Lagniappe-Potpourri is “Under Construction,” which will play off the physical and metaphorical changes occurring every day within the 114-year-old school.
  • Photos by Varsity Views Loyola quarterback Emmett Clifford connects with wide receiver David Terrell versus Providence Catholic on Friday, Oct. 2, at New Lenox.

    Football: Ramblers remain unbeaten with dominant victory

    October 3, 2015 By Chris Walker, Staff Writer Sports, High School

    Loyola Academy cruised behind the play of running back Dara Laja and a stingy defense, putting a major damper on Providence’s homecoming in the process, with a 31-7 road win on Friday, Oct.

  • New Trier senior Colin Casas snags a reception in his 2015 offensive debut during the Trevians' 50-0 rout of Waukegan on Friday, Oct. 2, in Northfield. Lois Bernstein/22nd Century Media

    Football: Trevs take care of business ahead of Maine South showdown

    October 3, 2015 By Fouad Egbaria, Contributing Editor Sports
    If the Trevians were looking ahead to their impending clash with perennial power Maine South, their play on the field didn’t show it.

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