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AT Orchesis optimistic in return to practices, performances

Danielle PalladinoAT Journalism Student AT has a long standing tradition of offering a variety of clubs and extracurricular activities for District 88 students. One club in particular stood out for its commitment to perseverance and passion through time and hardship during this pandemic  Orchesis club has not only successfully completed 53 years of expressing school …

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Popular student app “Remind” provides job opportunities for students

Lilyanna HernandezAT Journalism Student Staff of the AT guidance department created what’s called a “job board” containing flyers for multiple different job opportunities. The board is accessible for all AT students and located in the guidance office.  The guidance department and assistant principal at Addison Trail High School took initiative to offer students within the …

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Counselors, graduates provide advice during college app season

As many senior students begin the treacherous process of researching and applying to colleges this October, counselors and graduates alike are working to provide them with valuable advice. Given the gravity of the choice ahead, many seniors are confused and stressed. Some are even unsure where they should start. Jesmin Atker, an admissions counselor at …

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AT senior sings 7th inning stretch at Cubs game

AT senior Mateo Gomez participated in the singing of the 7th inning stretch at the Cubs versus Twins game on Sept. 27 with UFC fighter Conor McGregor. The opportunity came after Gomez competed in the PepsiCo series showdown tournament with AT’s soccer team. Gomez’s demonstrated talent during the tournament and desire to give back both …

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Opinion: Garland justified in bringing action to Texas for its new abortion law

The United States Justice Department has sued the state of Texas over the state’s new controversial abortion law. The lawsuit comes after the law was passed on Sept. 1 and bans all abortions after six weeks, which is far before most people know that they are pregnant.  The Justice Department hopes to go through the …

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