• International Week: Chinese Club
    12:45 PM

    Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of nine international week stories about Ethnic Clubs to highlight the diversity of Niles West. Starting rehearsals all the way back in September, Chinese Club has been working to perfect their colorful, authentic dance for their performance at Niles West’s International Night on Friday, Feb. 24. Along with their traditional fan dance,

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  • International Week: Greek Club
    9:35 AM

    Editor’s Note: This is the first story in a series of nine international week stories about Ethnic Clubs to highlight the diversity of Niles West. At Niles West, students hail from all over the world, each with a different story. Walking into Greek Club, just one of Niles West’s many ethnic clubs, you get a first

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  • Niles West Students March on Chicago for Human Rights
    11:42 AM

    An estimated crowd of 250,000 people attended the Women’s March rally in Chicago on Saturday, Jan. 21 to advocate for issues ranging from women’s rights and racial equality to immigration in the wake of President Donald Trump’s inauguration the previous day. The rally was a sister-event to the Women’s March on Washington D.C. held the same

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  • The Last Slice: Final Pizza Wars Held at North
    12:28 PM

    Niles North hosted the final Pizza Wars on Thursday, Jan. 19 to benefit the Niles Township Education Foundation, which provides funds for D219 students who have school-related costs they are unable to pay. The event, which has become an annual staple in Niles Township, also included raffles and an auction to benefit the Education Foundation,

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  • The Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly and Its Significance
    9:42 AM

    Every year, Niles West holds an MLK assembly that consists of many different speakers, performers, and a performance by West’s choir. These performances mostly embrace the African American culture and the progress people have made working towards equality. This year, there was a focus on an issue which is especially significant — youth activism. The Black Student

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  • The Miracle Center: Where Dreams Become Reality
    10:53 PM

    Located on the corner of Pulaski and Belden, The Miracle Center (TMC) is home to many Chicago kids who have developed a passion for theatre. There, they live by the motto “where dreams become reality,” believing that you can accomplish whatever you put your mind to. This is a motto that owner and founder Mary Santana has been

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  • H2O: More Than Just a “Club”
    12:13 PM

    The Christian club here at Niles West, better known as H2O club, is more than just a club to learn about God. It is a community that is formed between people with similar beliefs and customs here at West, but it is more than just club. It is a community for Christians to come together and

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