Day: January 28, 2021

Election Cycle Recap

Joe Biden won the Presidential Election After a tough Primary and an even more brutal General Election, Joe Biden did it. He defeated Trump and was, last week, sworn in as President of the United States. However, it wasn’t easy in any sense of the word. The democratic primaries were a packed event as usual …

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AT Music Department to hold Music Tribute in Honor of Superintendent Dr. Scott Helton

With the tragic and unexpected death of District 88 Superintendent Dr. Scott Helton, the ATHS Music Department has arranged a music tribute in his honor. On Thursday, Jan. 28, Dupage HS District 88 will be hosting the formal memorial on the Dupage 88 website, ATHS Music Channel, and the virtual Dupage 88 newsletter at 7 …

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The Riots on Capitol Hill Have Exposed Hypocrisy Within Both Parties

Our nation watched in horror on January 6th as rioters stormed the capitol building during the electoral college vote. It’s safe to say that politicians, political speakers, and social media users have not been quiet about the event ever since.  As the country reacts to the tragedy, it’s certainly hard to ignore the glaring hypocrisy …

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A Win for Student Athletes – Sports Return to In-Person Practices

Many of Addison Trail’s low contact sports are set to switch from holding their practices online to holding them in person beginning on January 25.  Previously, athletics have been held over Zoom. Many sports practices included daily yoga or workouts and some included learning about techniques used when actually playing the sport.  “For us, it …

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