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Nori Sushi & Grill: Worth a Visit?


Nori Sushi & Grill: Worth a Visit?

By Bryant Grizzell Earlier this year, a new Japanese restaurant opened on Kirk Rd: A chain location of Nori Sushi and Grill, located at 2933 Kirk Rd, in Aurora. Providing a leisurely dining experience, offering a wide variety of sushi, noodles, and bento boxes, and all for a great price, it’s sure to be a […]

OPINION: Outdated Systems in the U.S. have got to go


OPINION: Outdated Systems in the U.S. have got to go

In the standard laws of our country, as well as the Constitution, there are many old processes and functions that were made to deal with issues of the times. Certain amendments and institutions like these are now obsolete, for example the electoral college, which was originally intended to maintain the balance of power between states […]

OPINION: The Politics of Gen Z


OPINION: The Politics of Gen Z

By Bryant Grizzell In our country’s increasingly polarizing society, a new generation of voters is emerging. Gen Z is the latest generation to enter the polling booth, bringing with them a complex dynamic of personal ideology. This year’s election is set to be the most competitive in history, being the first time that two former […]

Exploring the Possibilities of Human Potential


Exploring the Possibilities of Human Potential

By Bryant Grizzell Just over a month ago, Japan’s air and space association JAXA launched a lunar lander which touched down on the moon’s surface. Although not everything in the mission had gone to plan, the fact that a soft landing on the moon’s surface was made solidified their position as one of the enterprising […]

NEWS: Snow Day: The Maintenance Issues of Jan. 17


NEWS: Snow Day: The Maintenance Issues of Jan. 17

By Bryant Grizzell On Jan. 17, Batavia High School was shut down by a slew of maintenance issues following several days of inclement weather, resulting in several days of e-learning for students. Problems that were reported to have occurred in the school included burst pipes, malfunctioning heating systems, and water leaks in certain classrooms. The […]

OPINION: Fascism in America: Theory and Opinion


OPINION: Fascism in America: Theory and Opinion

By Bryant Grizzell Fascism. It’s a scary sounding word with a dangerous meaning. Since the invention of fascism in 1915, many nations have had their own struggles with fascism. Among them, famous names like Hitler’s Third Reich or Mussolini’s Fascist Italy evoke vivid memories of dark times. Many people suffered at the hands of state-sponsored […]