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Latin’s New White Affinity Group

"The new affinity group hopes that even if white students choose to keep their 'free period,' they do so thoughtfully. Lulu said, 'it’s there for people to recognize the privilege that they have to have that free period,' and Ms. LC agrees." Keep Reading

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Lincoln Park’s Teacher Firings Spark Student Outrage

"Outrage spread rapidly among the students at Lincoln Park High School when CPS fired the school’s new principal, Mr. Thuet, and the assistant principal, Ms. Brumfield. The two were let go in response to allegations of varsity basketball team members’ sexual misconduct, but the email sent out by CPS gave little information on the subject." Keep Reading

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Coronavirus Anxieties Reach Latin

"An interesting and worrisome factor at Latin when discussing the virus is the fact that there is a project week visiting Tokyo. As a majority of the people carrying the virus live in China, going to a nearby country with students can be a threat." Keep Reading

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Deaths of Kobe and Gianna Bryant Shock the Latin Community

The late basketball player truly supported all athletes, regardless of gender. “I think Kobe was one of the greatest. I believe this because he cared about sports in general. Men’s and women’s sports. He believed in a woman’s ability to be just as good as a man” says Junior Freddi Mitchell, a member of the girls basketball team. Keep Reading

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PiniPico Coffee Company to Replace Germania Place Starbucks

Paige Hosbein, Media Editor The recent closure of the beloved 108 W Germania Place Starbucks met Romans with great despair and caffeine withdrawal. Those who cannot go a day without their chai tea latte fix, cappuccino pick-me-up, or blueberry muffin now venture to the Piper’s Alley Starbucks, a seven minute walk… Keep Reading

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