Rolling Meadows High School News and Media

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Rolling Meadows High School News and Media

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Rolling Meadows High School News and Media

MustangMedia

2022 World Cup Predictions

Omar Cabrera, Anthony Petrusonis December 16, 2022

Staff Reporters Omar Cabrera and Anthony Petrusonis asked Rolling Meadows HS Students their predictions for the France vs. Argentina World Cup final game.

We Should Grow the Supreme Court

We Should Grow the Supreme Court

Madeline Painter November 30, 2022

Nine people. Nine people, appointed for life, who have more sway over laws made or broken than anyone else in the country. This amount of power is a lot for anyone to hold, and there’s no reason it has...

A Brighter Future Means Being Bilingual

A Brighter Future Means Being Bilingual

Emily Quiroz November 18, 2022

  Learning a new language is like having a superpower; you can use it for the greater good. It is a fun and enjoyable experience that can even help a person have an advantage when applying to college.        According...

Stress, Stress, Stress.

Stress, Stress, Stress.

Mikaela Carreon October 3, 2022

The schools in District 214 have been back in session for over a month now. Teachers have given multiple tests, assignments, and presentations, and students have all sorts of things going on in and out...

Parking Lot Woes Continue

Parking Lot Woes Continue

Addison Hammond September 13, 2022

 I can’t even count the number of times I’ve heard my peers criticizing the school’s parking lot. From potholes to parking passes and everything in between, there seems to be an endless list of...

Lack of Equity in Teaching Profession Impacts Student Learning

Lack of Equity in Teaching Profession Impacts Student Learning

Perla Perez, GUEST WRITER May 25, 2022

Though our local suburbs like to preach and teach equity and equality, there is one difficult element to these notions in our schools: diversity. Even many white educators have lacked instructors of color....

Pro-Life or Anti-Women?: an Opinion on Abortion

“Pro-Life” or “Anti-Women?”: an Opinion on Abortion

Charlotte Peterson May 23, 2022

  In 1973 the Supreme Court decided in favor of allowing women the right to abortion after the court case Roe V. Wade. Since then, it has been legal to terminate pregnancy in the United States. In May...

Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Connor Davenport May 19, 2022

Since the beginning of actor Johnny Depp and ex-wife Amber Heard’s divorce trial, more awareness of domestic abuse towards men has been publicized in the media. 1 in 4 men has experienced physical violence...

Should We Lower The Voting Age?

Should We Lower The Voting Age?

Madeline Painter May 19, 2022

Last week, the League of Women Voters set up a booth in the RMHS front entryway. During lunches, they registered anyone who would turn 18 before or on November 8th of this year to vote. But I don’t think...

Senior Column: Gabbie Scianna

Senior Column: Gabbie Scianna

Gabriella Scianna May 9, 2022

I read every senior column I could find trying to figure out what to say or how to say it, but everyone had such different ways of saying goodbye. So I figured the best way for me to do it is to find my...

Senior Column: Eli Morkert

Senior Column: Eli Morkert

Eli Morkert May 9, 2022

I read these Senior Goodbyes as a freshman and once again before I began this reflective piece. This is my last chance to give my favorite memories a permanence in the world. Fortunately for me, I have...

Senior Column: Luke Bieda

Senior Column: Luke Bieda

Luke Bieda May 9, 2022

When I was first told by my friend and Editor In Chief, Eli Morkert, that I had to write a senior goodbye, I expected it to be way easier, but at the moment, I am struggling. High school has been a very...

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