“I refuse to give up on my city. We will get better, and it will stop.” These might be questionable words to some considering that many people think of Chicago as the murder capital of the world, but that’s exactly the mindset of Diontae Norwood […]
Two girls huddle under a blanket in a B building classroom during the December cold wave.
Tryouts can be intimidating to some people, especially the volleyball tryouts at Curie. That didn’t stop Anthony Santiago from trying out his freshman year. He’s had a passion since he was in middle school, and his coach motivated him to join the volleyball team. He has […]
Organization is an important thing for Miguel Cruz, a junior in the AVID program. He believes AVID has helped him being organized and getting him ready for his future. Being organized and ready for the real life at a young age is an advantage. “I […]
The International Baccalaureate Programme isn’t your ordinary Curie major. IB is said to be the most difficult high school curriculum. The IB students are not your ordinary students either. The amount of work in an IB class is double the amount of a regular class […]
Every Thursday, students gather after eighth period for Lyrical Revolution. Lyrical Revolution is a poetry group at Curie High School meant to express feelings, ideas, and thoughts through poetry. Curie alumni Willie Ramirez (2011) has dedicated himself to the program for the past seven years. […]
She is a 16-year-old, undocumented immigrant who attends Curie High School. She worries that every day will be her last in the United States. She believes the title “undocumented immigrant” doesn’t make her any less of a human. She struggles due to where she comes […]
Rick Montenegro was fixated on his TV that evening. When the final out was made, Montenegro jumped from the couch, screaming and smiling. His Snapchat was immediately bombarded with stories about the Cubs World Series win. Montenegro believes the Cubs win has brought together the […]