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Luisa Bernardino

Luisa Bernardino

Luisa is a sophomore and it is her first year on staff as the Diversity Editor and a graphic designer. She loves to read, draw, sketch, and listen to music. Whenever she isn’t feeling avidly burnt out due to studying or listening to music way more than people should, you can find her in the library or Roleplaying.

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Whether to build responsibility or simply to earn some extra cash, students are looking to gain employment during the summer.

[Photo] As school comes to an end, the search for summer jobs begins

Mansi Payal Narayanan, Copy Editor
April 14, 2024

Whether to build responsibility or simply to earn some extra cash, students are looking to gain employment during the summer.

Student-athletes compete swimming, trying their best to have their best times.

Special Olympics swim meet fosters competition and camaraderie

    Metea Valley hosted the annual Special Olympics regional swimming competition on March 21. Special Olympics Illinois collaborated with District 204 to host the Region C regional...

JN.1, the now-dominant variant that accounts for nearly 86% of all circulating SARS-CoV-2 strains.

[Photo] Student safety measures against JN.1

Dhiya Ashlyn D.S., Spotlight Reporter
March 21, 2024

JN.1, the now-dominant variant that accounts for nearly 86% of all circulating SARS-CoV-2 strains.

With excellent plotlines and boring tropes alike, Kung Fu Panda 4 strikes the balance to serve as an ultimately uninventive movie.

[Photo] ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ is an entertaining but unnecessary entry to the franchise

Tanay Pant, Online Editor-In-Chief
March 13, 2024

With excellent plotlines and boring tropes alike, Kung Fu Panda 4 strikes the balance to serve as an ultimately uninventive movie.

Mental Health Symposium gives an opportunity for building emotional well-being and health among students, teachers, parents, and more.

[Photo] Mental Health Symposium offers the community information and resources for overall wellness

Isabelle Leofanti, News Editor
March 8, 2024

Mental Health Symposium gives an opportunity for building emotional well-being and health among students, teachers, parents, and more.

The Circe Saga brings many new melodies and characters to the Epic franchise.

The voyage continues: The Circe Saga

Luisa Bernardino, Diversity Editor
February 26, 2024

Throughout Metea Valley, Valentines Day celebrates love, both romantic and platonic.

[Photo] Students across Metea get into the Valentine’s Day spirit

Mansi Payal Narayanan, Copy Editor
February 14, 2024

Throughout Metea Valley, Valentine's Day celebrates love, both romantic and platonic.

Three members of the Orchesis pose gracefully pose themselves as preparation for the beginning of their performance.

Winter pep assembly reignites Metea spirit

Ell Macias, Luisa Bernardino, and Ritika Khurana
January 22, 2024

The 2024 Winter Assembly starts the semester off strong with music, games, and dancing.

The release of the Ocean Saga features one of the main characters as the Greek god Poseidon.

Release date for the epic ‘Ocean Saga’ is finally announced

Luisa Bernardino
November 9, 2023

A piano riff creates a murmur, mixing with the sounds of ocean waves in the background. Soon afterward, a chant of angry voices sets in and announces the entrance of a god. The perfect build-up for what...

To gather information for his upcoming State Department delegation trip to India, Ian Holzhauer stopped by an ISA meeting for context.

[Photo] Naperville city councilman Ian Holzhauer visits the Indian Student Alliance at Metea

Dhiya Ashlyn D.S., Spotlight Reporter
October 11, 2023

To gather information for his upcoming State Department delegation trip to India, Ian Holzhauer stopped by an ISA meeting for context.

Illinois is no place for book bans, yet libraries face ugly consequences.

[Photo] Bomb threats shutdown local libraries

Sam Patil
October 3, 2023

Illinois is no place for book bans, yet libraries face ugly consequences.

National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month aims to bring attention to an epidemic that affects millions

[Photo] National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month brings much needed attention to an overlooked problem

Isabelle Leofanti, News Editor
October 2, 2023

National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month aims to bring attention to an epidemic that affects millions

Transferring schools is challenging but you aren’t alone, and it will open the doors to many new opportunities.

[Photo] Transferring schools is daunting but beneficial

Rayma Miller
September 25, 2023

Transferring schools is challenging but you aren’t alone, and it will open the doors to many new opportunities.

New and old members of NEHS play Jeopardy during their first meeting in the forum room.

National English Honors Society launches an exciting kickoff event

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 chose the theme of Percy Jackson for the first meeting,...

The large amounts of schoolwork may cause students to deprive of sleep to guarantee good academic results, leading to many unfortunate health consequences.

[Photo] Sleep deprivation has harmful effects on students

Mansi Bajaj, Perspectives Reporter
September 19, 2023

The large amounts of schoolwork may cause students to deprive of sleep to guarantee good academic results, leading to many unfortunate health consequences.

The name change within the Guidance department ensures that all staff feel properly represented for their exceptional work for the METEA community.

[Photo] Guidance department changes name in order to better reflect staff positions

Lindsey Hall, Spotlight Editor
September 11, 2023

The name change within the Guidance department ensures that all staff feel properly represented for their exceptional work for the METEA community.

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