October 17, 2021
  • 3:04 pm Hybrid learning vs remote learning: What do these mean?
  • 3:02 pm MHS theater proves the show must go on despite the virus
  • 2:55 pm Having to compete within six feet: Girls swimming and diving team still finds success during the pandemic
  • 2:50 pm “All Lives Matter” actively diminishes the true message of Black Lives Matter
  • 3:00 pm So you think you can judge an election?
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By: Janey Locander Line O’ Type Feature Co-Editor  This school year has been different in many ways. Not only has our regular learning been affected, but those in sports and other school activities have been as well.  Due to Covid-19, heavy restrictions have been put in place to ensure our safety, meaning students have had […]

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By Emma Pollock LO’T Feature Co-Editor With the weather getting colder and the leaves changing color, who doesn’t want to cuddle up with a warm beverage, a good book, and the perfect candle? If you’re looking for the latter and also happen to be interested in your zodiac sign, look no further.  Here are some […]

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By Emma Pollock LO’T Feature Co-Editor Fall is a great time for both outdoor and indoor activities, layers, and spending quality time with the people we love. But this fall is a little different. With social distancing and some quarantine regulations still in place, everyone has to make sure to stay safe while still partaking […]

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By: Larissa Horton Line O’ Type News Editor SB0533, the bill proposing permanent Daylight Savings Time in Illinois, is currently making its way through the state legislature. Filed by Bunker Hill Democrat Andy Manar, the bill was inspired by a civics project from a group of Carlinville High School students. Advocates, such as the Carlinville […]

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Going way back to October, many students from moline in choir, band, and orchestra auditioned to be in the ILMA Senior District groups. They played or sang sections from pieces, sight-reading, and scales. One song to get into the district group, the other to get into the All-State group. A lot of people made it […]

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By:  Lupe Cueller El Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead is not the Mexican version of Halloween. Unlike Halloween, Dia de Los Muertos isn’t meant to be spooky, but rather a time when family members can demonstrate love and respect for deceased loved ones. This annual celebration spans from October 31st to […]

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BY: Maya Gonzalez L’OT Feature Editor Are you looking for a new horror film to watch this Halloween season? Look no further than the new Halloween revival film! The original film was released in 1978 and became an instant classic in the eyes of many horror film lovers. The film left a mark on the […]

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By: Cecilia Ortega L’OT Feature Co-Editor After being hinted at her arrival at the end of Infinity War this past April, the highly anticipated trailer for Captain Marvel finally dropped on September 18th. The film stars Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, aka Brie Danvers, and Samuel L. Jackson as the famous Marvel character Nick Fury. […]

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By: Hannah Hutton |L’OT Reporter On Friday, April 20, Moline High School hosted an 80’s themed dance for students. Students were sent an online poll to vote for the dance’s decade theme, with a choice of 70’s, 70’s and 80’s combined, and 80’s, with 80’s being the winner. Last year’s 70’s disco attracted many students, […]

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