Year: 2021

Behind the scenes: AT Theatre prepares for February musical production

With time flying by so fast, we’re nearly halfway through the school year. Returning to live, in-person shows, AT’s Theatre has already made its official comeback after having to adapt to last year’s restrictions brought by the high number of Covid cases in the area.  “Trap,” was certainly a success, bringing in positive feedback from …

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International Dance was a success despite covid outbreak

Albi Gijka Torch Guest Writer Anticipating a smooth performance, international club leaders were excited to host Addison Trail’s Annual International Dance where people of different cultures come together and celebrate unique differences.  Many students and staff appreciate the importance that comes with hosting these festivities. “I like how students get to learn about other cultures …

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AT makes history with first all-girls wrestling team and dual meet

Fifteen of AT’s female athletes made school history by competing in the first ever all female dual wrestling meet in school history on Dec. 1 at Glenbard West.  The meet ended in Blazer victories at several weight classes, with AT’s namesake victory coming from Lluvia Sanchez. Sanchez, a junior, took down her opponent quickly and …

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Editorial: Standardized tests still relevant for college admissions process

Standardized testing for college is a long standing tradition that leaves high school upperclassmen worrying every year. The SAT and ACT’s long duration, numerous questions, and ability to cause stress have even led hundreds of universities across the United States to extend their test optional policies adopted as a result of covid-19 to be permanent …

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