Election Day 2016

Cassandra Flores, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

Filed under News, Upcoming Events

As we get closer to Election Day, the presidential hopefuls are doing everything they can to win your vote. Donald Trump is a republican, who sparked controversy by his blunt remarks and conservative policies. Hillary Clinton,...

The Vista Tower – Chicago’s Newest Sky-Scraping Structure

Aaron Bell, Web Editor

October 6, 2016

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The Wanda Vista tower—since its approval in November of 2015—has finally begun construction near the Chicago River, on 375 East Wacker Drive. This mixed-use supertall skyscraper will be the city’s third tallest building...

Bomb Rock Manhattan

Aaron Bell, Web Editor

October 6, 2016

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After the Manhattan bombings in New York City 2 weeks ago, prime suspect Ahmad Rahami has finally been arrested. So far Rahami has been charged with federal and state charges, including three counts of using and attempting to...

Experiencing History

Chidera Onyeizeh, Editor in Chief

February 10, 2016

Filed under News

This summer in June 26, 2015 the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage in any of the 50 states of USA. This day is important because gay people have been fighting against the prejudice towards them. This day changes many lives...

What’s in the Stars for the Stars

Aaron Bell, Centurion Staff Writer

January 12, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

What separates us, Rich South, from being a state renowned academic high school such as Whitney Young, Lincoln Park, or New Trier? Can Rich South really reach the status of being one of the best high schools in the state? Can...

Mr. McGrone: The Change that Rich South Needs

Aaron Bell, Centurion Staff Writer

January 12, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

Rich South’s newest principal, Mr. McGrone, has exponentially helped to transform the school into being a prodigious institution. He has made huge leaps and bounds at the school by making the school safer, more academically...

Censorship – A Blessing or a Curse?

Aaron Bell, Centurion Staff Writer

January 12, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion

The Internet; for some, it is the source of much of their knowledge, be it consequential or trivial. For some, it is the source of entertainment. Undoubtedly, the internet has several practical and helpful uses for everyone. What...

What is the PARCC Test

William Caldwell, Editor

February 7, 2015

Filed under News, Student Life

More testing is coming for elementary, middle and high school students in the state of Illinois. According to Ms. Sherry Stokes, the Associate Principal of Rich South High School, she stated that the PARCC (Partnership for Assessment...

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