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A students guide to procrastination

Anthony Youssef, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

In the course of every student’s career they will come across an assignment in which no part of them wants to complete. Whether it be an annoying topic or sheer laziness the precedent still stands that a moment similar to this will inevitably arise. When they are confronted by this, two options appear: to either soldier on and finish the assignment or procrastinate. 

Five tips from an introvert to help fellow introverts make friends

Colleen Holden, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

As a fellow introvert, I understand that making friends is a difficult task. You have your close friends and you’re content with them.  You’re okay with being a loner in classes and clubs you have without them, and still see them often… well, more likely you text them regularly and reply to their social medias. You keep in close contact with your friends, and even though you hate to admit it, you’re starting to get a bit lonely. This means it’s time to make some new friends

The Risk of Homeschooling

Bailey Broniewicz, Maroon Editor and Chief

February 26, 2018

One of the most horrifying stories circling todays and yesterday’s media circuit is the story of 13 children who were locked, chained, and tied to furniture and other items of a California house. Should there not be some sort of regulation to make sure every child is indeed being homeschooled when enrolled in a homeschool program?

Senior Banquet – The Beginning of the End

Rachel Burke

March 21, 2017

By Rachel Burke The annual senior banquet was held on Sunday February 19 at the Crystal Sky Banquets in McCook. There were many well-dressed ladies and dapper gentlemen, dancing, eating, and celebrating their youth. The Senior...

Argo Opens Up about Open Campus

The Maroon

February 5, 2017

By Julio Nieto Imagine being able to eat your favorite lunch in the Del Essig Garden or catch a quick nap before going to Algebra 2. This could be a reality if Argo had open campus. Open campus is when students can leave during...

Step Into The Mind of a Senior

Rukkia Liaqat

January 28, 2017

By Rukkia Liaqat There is quite a thought process that goes into applying for colleges, scholarships, FAFSA and the countless other things students apply for senior year, but the worst part is making a final decision on what...

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