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OLAS offers Hispanic students and non-Hispanic students alike an opportunity to understand their heritage and culture more.
OLAS opens its doors to Latin American students at Metea

OLAS is the organization of the Latin American Students. Its mission is to unite Latino students and anyone willing to learn more about their...

The SAT turns fully digital as College Board removes the written test option
Ritika Khurana, Spotlight Reporter • September 21, 2023

College Board announced their decision to remove the written SAT option and turn fully digital starting January 2024. Students are now required to use...

National English Honors Society launches an exciting kickoff event
Dhiya Ashlyn D.S., Mansi Payal Narayanan, and Luisa Bernardino September 21, 2023

The National English Honors Society hosted a kickoff meeting on Sep. 19, which brought in a larger turnout than in previous years. The group’s leaders...

Wrestling, despite being physically taxing and mentally arduous, has numerous benefits for those that participate in it.
Wrestlers balance the pros and cons of their sport
Xavier Delgado and Alanna Bucher

There are risks and rewards in every sport, but wrestling pushes these risks to another level. As a wrestler in a combat sport, injuries are inevitable...

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Due to the sheer number of students attempting to leave the parking lot, rash decisions and misjudgments can cause accidents
The parking lot is not safe for students
Ava Stone

Getting hit by a car is never a pleasant occurrence, and definitely not on the first day of school in the parking lot, but unfortunately, I got that experience firsthand. Walking...

The activity fair promotes diverse clubs
The activity fair promotes diverse clubs
Dhiya Ashlyn D.S. and Mansi Payal Narayanan September 18, 2023

Metea Valley has placed 25th for best high schools in Illinois according to US News & World.
US News & World reports Metea Valley's ranking compared to other high schools in Illinois
Isabelle Leofanti, News Editor • September 17, 2023

U.S. News & World Report ranked Metea Valley High School number 25 for best high schools in Illinois...

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated with the mission of connecting people through culture.
Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the importance of owning one’s culture
Emily Pena, News Reporter • September 15, 2023

If you look around our community you will see a variety of flags beginning to rise, food being prepared,...

Despite being neck-and-neck throughout the match, Meteas soccer team eventually pulled forward with a 2-1 lead against the Waubonsie Warriors.
Varsity soccer team beats Waubonsie Warriors in a thrilling victory
Carlos Sanchez, Sports Reporter • September 14, 2023

The Mustangs’ varsity soccer team played Waubonsie for their 2nd conference game, winning 2-1 against...

The cheer team huddles excitedly to discuss what looks to be a promising season.
Cheer team has high hopes for state
Alanna Bucher, Sports Reporter • September 13, 2023

Mrs. Brahney, the coach of the Metea Valley co-ed cheerleading team has led her teams to state for 10...

While spectators only see the physical struggle on the field, the mental battlefield of trash talk and taunting is equally relevant in football games.
Trash talking is a staple of high school football
Charlie Davidson, Jake Sonetz, and Xavier Delgado September 12, 2023

Trash talk is a staple in sports. Many people trash talk because they’re high on adrenaline and emotion,...

The cancellation of SAT scores for students who took it at Naperville Central has been a confusing and frustrating experience for all involved.
SAT Cancellation at Naperville Central evokes irritation in students affected
Tanay Pant, Online Editor-In-Chief • September 13, 2023

Collegeboard has made the decision to cancel the scores of students who took the SAT at Naperville Central on Aug. 26. While they have not given an official reason, students...

The large amounts of schoolwork may cause students to deprive of sleep to guarantee good academic results, leading to many unfortunate health consequences.
Sleep deprivation has harmful effects on students
Mansi Bajaj, Perspectives Reporter • September 19, 2023

Sleep deprivation leads to a lack of concentration in class, and an increase in fatigue. This creates a cycle of stress that only worsens the student’s school experience.  Sleep...

Teenager Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem was a fantastic exploration of identity and being comfortable with who you are.
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem' depicts bravery and how to be comfortable within your own shell
Jordan Jones, Perspectives Reporter • September 8, 2023

Whether you watched “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” for pure nostalgia, to have a night out with your friends, or simply for a new experience, you can find...

Sophomore Abigail Hervey is involved in the school community through her passion for music and water sports.
Humans of Metea: Abigail Hervey
Chloe Stables, Spotlight Reporter • May 18, 2023

Sophomore Abigail Hervey is involved in the school community through her passion for music and water sports. Keep reading to learn more about her experiences at Metea.   What activities or sports are you involved in? I am involved in many activities at school. Sportswise, I am a part of...

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Teacher Appreciation Week highlights the hard work of dedicated staff members
Teacher Appreciation Week highlights the hard work of dedicated staff members
Modoroki Wright, Features Reporter • May 12, 2023

Students celebrated Teacher Appreciate Week, May 1 to 5. Throughout the week, there was an ice cream and taco truck, letters written by students, and more dedicated to our teachers.

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Principal Dr. Echols gives MC Saad Qureshi a hug after receiving a retirement gift from the Mustangs
Winter pep assembly showcases many wonderful talents from students and staff
Kayla Clark and PJ Bender February 10, 2023

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