Mustangs cheer on Matthew Salerno as he takes second in the 100m breaststroke.
The 2013-2014 school year has been an interesting one for Metea Valley High School. During this time, Metea has begun to emerge as an athletically gifted school. In the Winter season for 2013-2014, both the Girls’ Cheerleading team and the Girls’ Bowling team progressed to the Illinois State Tournament for their respective competitions. Recently, the […]
As children, most of us are taught to accept others and to understand we all live different lives. Year by year, we experience different aspects of life, whether it be playing at recess or cheering at a football game. We grow up surrounded by diversity and contrasting opinions, yet our primary concern is the judgement […]
On Feb. 21, excitement, nervousness, and focus all culminated into a strong showcase for the girls’ varsity bowling team at the IHSA Girls’ State Bowling Invitational. The girls were eager to perform well and their sixteenth place finish at State reflects the teamwork and goal-oriented attitude that have characterized the team throughout the year. “We […]
As the end of February approaches and the last of the Valentine’s Day candy is being pulled off the shelves by lonely girls and avid candy enthusiasts, both couples and single pringles find themselves reflecting on the past holiday. For years, Valentine’s Day has been an excuse for girls to consume large amounts of chocolate […]
Senior Gunner Vega competes for Metea’s Bachlorette during the Valentine’s Day Pep Assembly.
A child’s play time is a rare glimpse into the immense amount of imagination impressively stored within such small, undeveloped brains. “The Lego Movie” gives the general public a more complete grasp on the innocence and hilarity of children. It is fast-paced with a momentum that never quits for even a second and filled with […]
An unknown killer murders ten guests, one by one, on an island in Metea’s winter play: And Then There Were None.
Since the rise of the “hipster” fashion era, the students of Metea Valley can be seen strutting the halls wearing their leather boots, oversized sweaters, and signature wide-framed glasses. When you look around, it seems that anyone you look at could be off to a philosophy seminar or a Mumford & Sons concert. “Being a […]
Students focused their attention on four lucky teachers on Jan. 31 as students taped them to the lunchroom wall for the third annual Duct-Tape-A-Teacher event. The Future Educators Association created this in order to collect donations for charities, this year being the local Hesed House. Hesed House is the second largest shelter in the state of […]
For some time now, students have been asking for the ability to leave campus during their lunch hour in order to buy food from outside restaurants. While not letting us leave campus, the administration, with the help of Aramark, has done the next best thing: bring local restaurants to us. Starting Tuesday from Feb. 4 – […]