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Tamale sale came alive on Day of the Dead

Jonathan Frutos, reporter

November 28, 2018

Filed under Food, News

Tamale Salesmen was a hit in the Day of the Dead The Day of the Dead tamales, the tamales that people are selling are green chicken, red pork, and veggie pepper with cheese. The sellers were selling them $1.50 each and the...

Jostens presents senior class rings

Crystal Ramirez, Journalim

November 28, 2018

Filed under Fashion

On Wednesday, November 14th Mr. Duke Conley, a representative from Jostens was in the auditorium to present information on all the things a senior can purchase their senior year. Mr. Duke hosted a meeting at Morton East h...

Morton East hosts winter play “Our Town”

Juan Avilla, Humberto Santos, and Jasmine Jimenez

November 19, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News, Showcase, Student Life

jkj nmThe Morton East Theater department will be hosting a brand-new play “Our Town” beginning Dec 6th through Dec 9th. “Our Town” Is a play originally directed by Sam Wood. It first played in 1938 and it highlights...

In the Heights premiers at Morton West

Lucia Gonzalez, Angie Figuereo, and Eric Alvarado

November 19, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community

Latino immigrants find where they belong in NYC, In the Heights.  In The Heights is an award-winning musical about life in Washington Heights, a tight-knit community where the coffee from the corner bodega is light ...

Visit these haunted cemeteries this Halloween

Shalein Sanchez and Christopher Guerrero

October 30, 2018

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community, Halloween Special

Around America, there are about 20 "most haunted" cemeteries.  The top 3 most haunted cemeteries in Illinois are Bachelor's Grove, Resurrection Cemetery, and Greenwood Cemetery -- two in Chicago, one down south. In a random...

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