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Sofia Jubraj

Sofia Jubraj

Sofia Jubraj is a senior and the Diversity and Long-form Editor. This is her second year on staff. Some other activities she is involved in are Varsity Dance Team, NSHSS Ambassadors, Madrigals, Tri-M, Fresh Connect, and being named Miss Distinguished Young Woman of Naperville 2022. In her spare time you can find her reading, singing, or dancing. Some additional interests include watching Criminal Minds, analyzing politics, and discussing pop culture. 

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This Week’s Metea Minute

May 23, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Brennan Lockwood. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, May 23. Congratulations to our very own Stampede staff on winning the Best of SNO...

This Week’s Metea Minute

May 16, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, May 16. Attention all Seniors! The Senior Brunch will be held on May 26 after graduation...

This Week’s Metea Minute

April 25, 2022

HOST 1: Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. HOST 2: And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, April 25. HOST 1: Students who are a part of Student government, are...

Andrew Toniolo is the co-director of The Chorus Line, a Metea production.

Humans of Metea: Andrew Toniolo

April 22, 2022

Andrew Toniolo is the new choir teacher this year. He teaches Music Production, Bass Chorus, Treble Choir, Chamber Singers, and also serves as a director for Metea’s a cappella ensembles Apollo and Muses,...

This Week’s Metea Minute

April 18, 2022

HOST 1: Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. HOST 2: And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, April 18 [This is incorrectly stated in the video.] HOST 1: The spring...

A school bathroom fight resulted in injuries to the victim.

Former choir director charged with criminal sexual abuse of a former student

April 11, 2022

Former Metea Valley choir director Nathan Bramstedt was taken into custody on Friday by the Aurora Police Department (APD) under multiple felony charges of inappropriate sexual misconduct. Bramstedt faces...

Junior Madelyne Lowe hikes through Grand Canyon National Park.

Mustangs share their spring break adventures

April 6, 2022

Walking to class on the first day back from spring break, students shared what they did with their week off. Whether it was a much-needed vacation or simply spending time with friends and family, almost...

This week’s Metea Minute

April 4, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, April 4. Are you interested in joining the Dance team? Make sure to attend one of our...

People wave the Ukrainian flag during a protest in Chicago.

Month of war takes its toll

March 26, 2022
“When I first saw that Russia was declaring war on Ukraine, it did not hit me right away,” Lisle High School junior Nick Yasinski said. “It is just a really atrocious thing that is happening right now. It is a lot to deal with.”

This Week’s Metea Minute

March 21, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, March 21. A school-wide JSA debate will be held on Tuesday! They are meeting in room...

Metea Minute: Week of March 7

March 7, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, March 7. Mental health matters club is meeting Tuesday, March 8 in H106 from 2:30 p.m....

What does Black History Month serve as?

March 2, 2022

Black History Month serves as an opportunity to showcase trailblazers in America, limiting Black History Month to the ideas involving the civil rights movement and the fight for equality diminishes the...

Black History Month helps show students at Metea whom we have to thank for so many things in the world.

Black History Month serves as a reminder that Black History is not solely confined to the fight for racial equality

March 2, 2022

Black History Month is more than to educate others on Black pioneers in various fields. This month also had an important time of year to reflect on our nation’s complicated history surrounding race relations...

Metea Minute: Week of Feb. 28

February 28, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, Feb 28. All students currently enrolled in AP courses at Metea, the late registration...

Metea Minute: Week of Feb. 22

February 22, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Tuesday, Feb. 22. Congratulations to our very own speech team for making state this past weekend! SAGA...

Metea Minute: Week of Feb. 14

February 14, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, February 14. Yearbook name corrections are due on the 14th so make sure to fill out...

Metea Minute: Week of Feb. 7

February 7, 2022

Hello, Mustangs! I’m Sofia Jubraj. And I’m Grace Cronin. Here is your Metea Minute for the week of Monday, February 7. The Day of Life is back at Metea and will be held on Tuesday, February 15th...

Legally Blonde is a romantic comedy following Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) as she navigates Harvard Law School while attempting to win back her ex-boyfriend.

‘Legally Blonde’s’ feminist impact 20 years later

December 7, 2021

“Legally Blonde’s”  debut in theaters gave audiences a different angle to the empowered female protagonist trope. The raunchy rom-com was more ahead of its time than most audiences even realized....

The film adaption of Dear Evan Hansen has failed to make a good impression on viewers.

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ should have stayed on Broadway

October 18, 2021

The movie, “Dear Evan Hansen” was released on Sept. 24. The film is based on a musical. The Broadway show was a big hit, even having six Tony Awards under its belt. It is understandable why they wanted...

Quarantine has made coping with mental health issues more difficult.

Mental health concerns increase due to quarantine

March 23, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has unprecedentedly altered our way of life from healthcare to the education system. Healthcare has been the most heavily impacted by the pandemic. Following healthcare, mental health...

The ICE detention system endangers human lives and are comparable to concentration camps.

The Stampede teaser: ICE detention centers: America’s 21st century concentration camps

November 13, 2020

As a first-generation American, I’ve always had the experience of two different worlds. The culture of my mother’s native country and the culture that surrounds me today in the United States. In schools,...

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