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Nine Places to Visit in Milan

Nine Places to Visit in Milan

by Bianca Scacciati, Mirror Staff
November 2, 2015
Filed under Cardinal Voices, Mirror's Best

Fashion, history, art and landscapes: Milan is famous for everything and as a proud Milanese here’s nine places you have to visit if you are planning to travel to my wonderful homestay.

We Are All The Same

We Are All The Same

by Allie VanStone, Mirror Staff
November 2, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

Tis the season for college visits and long essays explaining what unique quality you will bring to the university you're applying to. Happy Senior Year, I guess. Before I can make any decisions I have to visit my options and see how I fit in with the campus, of course. So on Thursday afternoon...

LIGHT AS A BUTTERFLY

LIGHT AS A BUTTERFLY

by Sofia Mongardi, Mirror Staff
October 21, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

Watch a butterfly as it flies, it is so beautiful, light, skinny and elegant.   If a butterfly somehow captures a glimpse of its reflection in a window it does not consider how others see her or worry that she is getting too heavy or her wings are flawed. It is impossible to believe, but they don’t und...

Reading for escape leads to trouble

Reading for escape leads to trouble

by Tyler Massey, mirror staff
October 21, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

When I'm in class each day I read novels.      My books take me out of my class and into a place that entertains my mind.   In fact, some people would probably say that's all I do, but they are incorrect.   It’s true that I read when waiting for a teacher to start c...

Misconceptions about Arabs easily solved

Misconceptions about Arabs easily solved

by Manal Abdulrab, Mirror Staff
October 21, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

Being one of the top three states with the most Arabs, one would think we would be better about asking questions about other cultures, but we’re not. Instead, people wallow in their ignorance, refusing to take the opportunity to ask questions. This, of course,  can lead to many misconceptions abou...

A Moment in the Sun

A Moment in the Sun

by Fadel Said, Mirror Staff
October 20, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

During the summer of 2014 with my brother Mohamed and two close friends of mine traveled to Ann Arbor to watch Real Madrid take on Manchester United at the Big House. This was the first professional soccer game I ever attended, and it was not just a regular soccer game.  The game featured two of the b...

Into Adulthood I Go

Into Adulthood I Go

by Jaiden Wooster, Mirror Staff
October 20, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

Every teen dreams of the day they finally are on their own, no longer depending on their guardian to support them, but my day came sooner than i expected. As a result I am in an independent living program for teens called Altrusa Teen S.H.A.R.E. As part of the program I am in charge of getting m...

When Pizza isn’t Pizza

When Pizza isn’t Pizza

by Bianca Scacciati, mirror staff
October 19, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

Italian food is known to be the best food in the world,  and as an Italian I am proud to say that I have eaten the best food on the globe. American meals are different from Italian, regarding the taste and the style. The main meal in Italy is lunch, which is served after a light breakfast and ...

I Swear, We’re Not Twins

I Swear, We’re Not Twins

by Nadia Kiersey, Mirror Staff
October 19, 2015
Filed under Mirror's Best

It’s not a surprise whenever people ask me if my sister Kennedy and I are twins. Even though we look like we could be twins, she is actually three years older than me. Usually people ask if we’re twins because of how much time we spend together. If it weren’t for the fact that we both ha...

The ‘Real World’

The ‘Real World’

by Bethany Young, Yearbook Staff
March 2, 2014
Filed under Mirror's Best

I often have to remind myself that there’s more to life than school. That life exists beyond the world of ACT, SAT, studying, irrelevant novels, 17th century history nonsense, and quadratic formulas. As the evanescence of my childhood becomes a reality, and my inevitable adult future comes int...

Weirdest Christmas Traditions Around the World

Weirdest Christmas Traditions Around the World

by Katie Milliman, Mirror Staff
December 11, 2013
Filed under FYI, Mirror's Best

As Christmas approaches, many families are beginning their Christmas traditions. Although most traditions are done by a lot of families, there are some that are just plain weird. All around the world, people are preparing for a time filled with family, laughter and love. But in Iceland, they are pr...

Tanner Holbrook Marches On!

Tanner Holbrook Marches On!

by Katie Milliman, Mirror Staff
December 9, 2013
Filed under Mirror's Best, NEWS

While most of us were dining on Thanksgiving turkey, one CHS student was entertaining America as part of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Junior Tanner Holbrook traveled to New York to be a part of the parade. This summer, Tanner took a trip to Walbridge Drum Major Camp at Eastern Illinois University...

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