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This isn’t easy. Saying goodbye to the one high school experience that has shaped me into the person I have become today is pretty difficult. So difficult that I have procrastinated on writing this for about two weeks. It isn’t a “senioritis” type of procrastination, rather an, “I am in denial I need to
I remember the day so vividly. The day I walked into the building for the first time as an incoming freshman. It was a hot, sunny day and I had walked to school with my friend Tom. Before I left, my mom said something to me, “Chris, start making memories now, these four years willRead more
Congratulations on a successful school year to all of the students at Niles West. Good luck to all of the seniors on their future endeavors, you will be dearly missed. With only finals week left to conclude the 2015-2016 school year, we can look forward to two things: a needed summer break and your nextRead more
To the Niles West student body and faculty,Read more
I enrolled in Journalism as a freshman solely to get my English elective credit done with. I was your typical freshman girl, I thought I was the coolest but deep down I was scared to even look a senior in the eye. I didn’t take the class seriously,
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I joined Niles West News second semester of my junior year, which tends to be later than most people. And the only excuse I have for that is my stubbornness.
I have always been a writer, except my writing has always been strictly for my eyes only. One day, I was bombarded by a friend
Congratulations sophomores, you’re almost halfway through high school. You can almost finally consider yourself an “upperclassmen.” Although there’s a lot to look forward to during your junior year such as blackouts and getting better seats at the pep assemblies. There’s a lot of work you have to do in order to prepare for the hardship.Read more
Listen to the very first episode of the podcast On the Flip Side discussing the representation of Asians in the media with Niles West alumna, working actor, and current student at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles: Sharon Pasia.
I am an Asian woman. I also enjoy humor.Read more
But the misrepresentation of Asians in the