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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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Female Artists Steal the Show at 62nd Grammy Awards

McKenna Fellows, Staff Writer Each new year brings more coveted awards ceremonies— one of the most popular is the Grammys. Millions across the globe anxiously await the esteemed event, often with the hope that their favorite artist will come away with one or perhaps several gold statuettes that serve as… Keep Reading

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The Colgate 13’s Visit Latin

Charlie Williams, Staff Writer On January 17th, students shuffled into their usual seats in the auditorium and waited for their daily announcements, but instead of Communications Chair George Landsberg greeting them on stage, it was Mr. Kendrick, upper school statistics and economics teacher. Within a few moments, trailing behind him came… Keep Reading

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Will Fashionable Latin Gear Increase School Spirit?

Bea Parr, Co-Editor-in-Chief Latin is known for many things, but it is fairly common knowledge that school spirit is not one of them. As much as some teachers remind students to “wear their orange and blue” and sports captains beg students to come to their games, their pleas are not… Keep Reading

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The Argument for Voting

Jay Doherty, Staff Writer At Latin, there are many politically interested students who have a variety of different motives when it comes to discussion around public affairs. While many freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are politically informed, few of them actually have the opportunity to exert direct influence over the polls in… Keep Reading

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Spring Sports Are on the Horizon

Marin Creamer, Staff Writer As the snow begins to clear up, and winter athletics come to a close, Latin’s spring athletes look forward to their upcoming seasons. With the beginning of open gyms, athletes can anticipate the performance of their team and reflect on their previous season. After a rough season… Keep Reading

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Athlete of the Issue: Molly Canfield

Nina Burik, Staff Writer After much dedication and tenacity, Molly Canfield’s hard work has paid off. Just a few weeks ago, Canfield, a junior, committed to Baylor University’s equestrian team. It is evident that her journey to Baylor was one of much internal conflict. “Whether or not to ride in college… Keep Reading

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Chicago’s Coyote Hunt

Further precautions were taken on Thursday morning, as neighborhood schools Lincoln Park High School and Lincoln Elementary were placed on “temporary soft lockdown” after sighting a coyote in front of the high school. Keep Reading

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