The War Nobody Talks About
The War Nobody Talks About
Alex Gordon January 11, 2021

September 27th 2020, a century long conflict reignited in a year where global crisis, politics and the COVID-19 pandemic have ravaged the world. A war which had taken tens...

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Words of Gratitude
Words of Gratitude
December 17, 2020

In the spirit of the six-word memoir, as requested of The New York Times readers, students at Prairie Ridge completed our form asking them to tell us precisely what they are...

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This screenshot from a PBS NewsHour video from inside the Capitol on January 6, 2020 shows a man taking a picture of himself inside the building. Social media photos and videos have since led to arrests.
What Happened at the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021
January 11, 2021

The news team wants to know what the Prairie Ridge community thinks about this developing story. Politicians, journalists, and citizens have used a variety of words to describe the events which took place last week. Which of the words below best describes what happened?   Would you like to be part of a future story on this topic? Comment below, email your ideas to wolfprints [at] d155.org, or submit a letter to the editor. Follow...

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Information about issues such as Black Lives Matter have dominated social media feeds in recent months, as shown in this TikTok user
The Privilege and Curse of Compassion Fatigue
Kaitlyn Walls, staff writer • November 2, 2020

When I first downloaded TikTok, I wanted to get in on the inside jokes and learn fun dances. But then quarantine hit and suddenly my “For You Page” was full of activism and news that I wouldn’t have heard otherwise. At first, I thoroughly enjoyed learning more about the world and my own culture. I immersed myself in the Black Lives Matter movement, I found ways to help my community by signing petitions, donating, spreading awareness, and...

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Prairie Ridge senior Carsen Forte recommends local Algonquin restaurant Montarra for an upscale dining experience.
Montarra: The Hidden Chicago-Style Gem
Carsen Forte, contributor • January 11, 2021

On par with any upscale restaurant in the city of Chicago, Montarra, a contemporary American restaurant in Algonquin offers a wonderful dining...

The Future of Cars
The Future of Cars
Sayak Dubey, staff writer • December 15, 2020

The future of the automotive industry is one that is quite remarkable. With the recent changes to cellular technology, it is only a matter of...

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Girls Co-Op Swim Team Takes on IHSA Sectionals
Girls Co-Op Swim Team Takes on IHSA Sectionals
Abi Zelikman, staff writer • November 2, 2020

On Saturday, October 24th, the Crystal Lake Co-Op Girls Swim Team competed at the 2020 IHSA Sectional tournament, finishing in fifth place. Sectionals...

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