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Pop-Shop Discredits Rumors

Despite rumors about struggling to be profitable, the Maine West Pop-Shop is not losing money due to the block schedule...
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Pop-Shop Discredits Rumors
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Maine West Fencing Team Starts the Season Strong

Ranking in the top third against 15 schools in their respective weapons, the Maine West fencing team had their first...
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Maine West Fencing Team Starts the Season Strong
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Marty Moylan’s Win

During the midterm elections on Nov. 6, Marty Moylan (D) surpassed Marilyn Smolenski (R) by more than ten percent to...
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Marty Moylan’s Win
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Violence in Virginia Awakens National Fears

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Drink-and-Tax

Cook County hits students in their walletsBY Sarah smailreporterWhether students are craving a Coke, a Gatorade or even a frappuccino,...
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Lounging Around

BY Malaika zaidireporterBased on numerous requests on feedback sheets sent out by Principal’s Leadership Team in the past year, Maine...
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Traffic turnabout

BY Masooma SultanreporterAfter a series of messy traffic jams getting into and out of C-wing lot, changes were made to...
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Star of the Show

When 2,300 students filled the stands to watch the first solar eclipse to cross the United States since 1918, “It...
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Remembering Warriors- Izaiah

Izaiah Franceschi: 2001-2017BY Chris Riosnews editorWhile home with his younger brother, 15-year old Izaiah Franceschi, a Maine West freshman, was...
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Understanding Charlottesville

#Violence in Virginia awakens national fears Outraged by the local government’s plans to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert...
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Learning Litigation

In preparation for a legal showdown at Maine West’s home Mock Trial tournament tomorrow, the team has analyzed the facts,...
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The Final Cut

With responsibilities ranging from final class assessments to last-minute prom preparations, the end of the year is defined for many...
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Warrior: Branding Committee Creates a New Standardized Logo for West

Following months of committee deliberation and professional design guidance, Maine West is welcoming in a brand new face. Effective immediately,...
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Pup & Coming
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Pup & Coming

Wagging his tail and eager to help, Teddy -- Maine West’s first therapy dog -- got his introduction to West...
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Class leads C-Wing lot renovation

In order to help the traffic flow in C-wing parking lot, the Civil Engineering class will be meeting with the...
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The Final Cut: AP Test Policy Change

With responsibilities ranging from final class assessments to last-minute prom preparations, the end of the year is defined for many...
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One of West’s Best

Competing against each other in a pageant tonight in the theater, Maine West boys will help with Orchesis fundraising by...
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Remembering a Warrior

Maine West social worker Scott Christopher Lloyd, husband to Jane and father of Ethan and Alexandra Lloyd, passed away unexpectedly...
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Partners in Pilgrimage

Tens of thousands of people will travel on Dec. 12 to the Maryville Academy campus on River Road in Des...
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All Aboard

Though modern technology, social media apps, and video games have all seemingly become an integral part of the 21st century,...
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Partners in Pilgrimage

Huge crowds will pack River Road in Des Plaines for the feast of our Lady Guadalupe.
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One of West’s Best

Who will be crowned Mr. Maine West?
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All Aboard

Though modern technology, social media apps, and video games have all seemingly become an integral part of the 21st century,...
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