Boys Volleyball Blurb

Katie Decker, Sports Editor

October 7, 2016

Our Carl Sandburg boys volleyball team were very successful in the previous school year. They trained and practiced hard six days a week to reach their “One Goal” which was the motto for their season. Their “One Goal”...

Boys Track Team Blurb

Julia Canellis, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

There’s fast and then there’s super fast--thust like saying there’s track teams and then there’s the Sandburg boys track team. Last year the boys team gave stellar performances by winning both Conference and Sectionals...

Mike Navarro Stadium: a microcosm of coaching excellence

Grant Glover, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

August 26, 2016 was the home opener for the Sandburg Eagles varsity football team; a game they would go on to lose 42-14. Even though it wasn’t the Eagles best showing, the renaming of the stadium after former player and coach,...

The Missing Element: Why Kids Are really Bored In School

Ciara Newman, Staff Writer

March 29, 2016

American kids spend about 14,000 hours of their childhood in school. That’s six hours a day for 180 days per year (the minimum amount of days required to be in school), multiplied by all the grade levels to possibly go through—from...

Senior honors awards night

Katie Manning, Editor-in-Chief

March 28, 2016

For all those outstanding seniors in the top 10% bracket or higher or who just embodied kindness and good in their time at Sandburg, the senior honors award night was a very special occasion. Families, teachers, and administration...

Katie Manning

Katie Manning

February 8, 2016

Schadenfreude: when the great fall and we rise

Ibrahim Odeh, Editor in Chief

February 18, 2015

In such a competitive world, everybody feels the need to be the best at something. We are surrounded by so many people who seem to be better than us at everything, and it can make us feel so little. The question comes into effect...

Maureen Strode

Maureen Strode

December 8, 2014