By Allison Cho, Camille Grandjean, and Grace McDermott EDITORS Many students are familiar with the current school laptops: bulky, slow, and constantly low on battery. But technology at Payton will soon undergo […]
by Caroline Bernet Stella Binion steps on stage, to deliver a poem, but she is not standing in Chicago. She is in Washington D.C. in front of First Lady Michelle Obama. She […]
By Julianna Ritzu The past couple of years have seen an eruption of social justice activism across the United States unlike anything seen since the Civil Rights Movement. Specifically the Black Lives […]
In the first meeting of its kind, representatives from Young Conservatives club were invited to speak to the Payton Advisory Leaders (PALs) during a seminar meeting on March 30 to discuss the […]
In recent years, the Chicago Public Schools have teetered on the brink of severe teacher layoffs, devastating budget cuts, and disruptive strikes — pawns in a three-way tug-of-war between CPS, the Chicago Teachers […]
While Generation All – The Chicago Community Trust initiative- may be a newer initiative that launched in 2014, the disparity between high school choices for Chicago students has hindered the city for […]
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