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Senior gymnast competes nationally
Gymnastics / Nathalie Bolduc / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 7

Senior gymnast competes nationally

Nick Busalacchi finds success and meaning in challenging competitions Nick Busalacchi, senior, has been competing in gymnastics for the last 13 years of his life. What started out as a way for him to get out his extra energy as a child has led him to national championships and success. “I’ve always done [gymnastics] and … Continue reading

Girls basketball continues to succeed
Akshaya Kannan / Basketball / Madeline Wilson / Sports / Volume 93/Issue 7

Girls basketball continues to succeed

Basketball team wins conference and prepares for sectional game me conference champions for the second year in a row. The team played a total of 16 games, resulting in a winning score of 12-4. They were ahead of the following team by four games and the second runner up was five games behind. This was … Continue reading

Elena Cruz / Opinion / Volume 93/Issue 7

Students need self-awareness at dances

While technically permitted, grinding is inappropriate in school settings This year’s Homecoming week, although it occurred a while ago, was very memorable. Through fights, disorderly conduct and the involvement of police, Shorewood had quite a chaotic week. There were several misdemeanors, but one issue was never discussed amidst the much more prominent commotion: grinding. I … Continue reading

Youth Options needs restrictions
Dylan Larson-Harsch / Opinion / Volume 93/Issue 7

Youth Options needs restrictions

Students have been over using and abusing opportunities Shorewood has always prided itself on being a district of high-achieving students who strive to take the most difficult classes available to them. Some especially gifted students “max-out” the classes they can take at the high school, and must take a class at a nearby college to … Continue reading