By Jackson Lambert and Liam Hellard Over the past several weeks, a new conference called the DuKane Conference (composed of Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles East, St. Charles North, Wheaton North, Wheaton South, More »
By Kyle Davis Some major events in sports have happened over the course of 2016, from sport records being broken, to the Chicago Cubs finally winning the World Series after 108 years. Some of the events that happened in 2016
By Brooke Meyer No. 15 on the court, playing for Batavia High School, slams the ball straight down the middle on the opposing side of the net, breaking the tie with Batavia’s biggest rivals, Geneva. No. 15 happens to be
A dancer who often places at nationals, Alissa Chu is a freshman here at Batavia High School. Often described as dedicated and hardworking, she takes many honor and AP classes as a freshman, along with being on the varsity dance
By Sarah Hager Most 18-year-old girls do not aspire to one day serve in the military. However, this is the goal of Batavia High School senior Kate Morris. In the upcoming school year, Morris will be packing her bags and
By Abby Kent Head injuries; a scary concept for all, but a reality for Freshman Junior Varsity cheerleader Caty Burken. One day about two months ago a fluke accident caused her to suffer her first serious injury – a concussion.