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H2O: NW’s Humble to One Club

By Gabrielle Abesamis

March 19, 2012

Christianity is considered the world's most practiced religion. One of the many advantages Niles West has to offer is that the school exposes its students to religous diversity. There's Qur'an study and Hebrew club, but very few students kn...

West Remembers Nathan Palma

By Gabrielle Abesamis

November 16, 2011

[iframe width="321" height="241" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/mH9zxj9zDVI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen] I was a freshman doing my Global Studies homework after school and there was this stranger whom I had just met who...

Footloose Pales in Comparison

By Gabrielle Abesamis

November 8, 2011

Unless you are against remakes of 20th century movies or haven’t seen the original production of "Footloose," you may just enjoy the 2011 version. Viewers in the theatre had so many mixed reactions. Though some were entertained and singing along, part of the audience was clearly annoyed and b...

Art Students Team Up with Third Graders in Howl-o-Ween Art Show

By Gabrielle Abesamis

October 26, 2011

[singlepic id=778 w=320 h=240 float=left]Fairview art teacher Katherine MacLennan and her 3rd grade art students team up with Niles West art teacher John Zilewicz and his students from National Art Honor Society to host a Howl-...