|Senior Mahajan Sampling Much Of What Stevenson Has To Offer|
Variety truly seems to be “the spice of life” for Stevenson senior Sanya Mahajan.
“Salted caramel, turtle, blondies,” said Mahajan, rattling off just a few of her favorite brownie flavors to bake. “I love to bake and brownies are my favorite just because I can make so many variations of them.”
Mahajan’s interests and activities at Stevenson include a healthy sampling as well. She’s involved in seven different clubs and organizations on campus.
A four-year member of Catalyst Club, Mahajan is also the club’s current president. She is a three-year member of Model United Nations, Peer Tutors and the Indian Student Association, of which she is Vice President. And she is in her second year of the Freshman Mentor Program and National Honor Society.
Lately, Mahajan has been most busy with Wellness Week, as she is also a three-year member and the current president of Peer Helpers, which organized and ran last week’s Wellness Week. Mahajan is thrilled with how the week turned out and how much enthusiasm there was for activities that coordinated with Wellness Week’s Four Pillars Of Wellness: Mindset, Sleep, Nutrition and Movement.
“My favorite lunch time activity was the Friday “Show Us Your Moves” for Movement,” Mahajan said with a laugh. “I saw a line of people outside the Student Lounge doing random yoga poses and they got a freeze pop for showing us their moves. That was fun! We just wanted to try to get people super passionate and enthusiastic about what we were doing.”
Mahajan says that two of her biggest passions ~ which get fed by all of her club involvements ~ are public speaking and wellness. She combined those two passions to start her own podcast, “Bamble Ramble,” available on Spotify, Anchor and Apple Podcasts.
To read more about Mahajan, her podcasts and how she deals with stress, please click here. Mahajan’s story is also posted on the Stevenson Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.
Ready, Set…Clue! Curtain Rises Tonight On Fall Play “Clue!”
After months of preparation, and a full rehearsal that the Communications Department photographed on Wednesday night, the cast and crew of “Clue: High School Edition” is ready to hit the stage in their first of four performances over the next three days at Stevenson’s Black Box Theater.
The production runs tonight (7 p.m.), tomorrow (7 p.m.) and Saturday (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and is SOLD OUT!
“Clue: High School Edition” is based on the iconic 1985 Paramount movie which was inspired by the classic Hasbro board game. It is a hilarious farce-meets-murder mystery. The tale begins at a remote mansion, where six mysterious guests assemble for an unusual dinner party. When their host turns up dead, the guests all become suspects.
**As an interesting twist for this particular production, the audience will be on three sides of what is known as a “thrust stage” and the cast will go through the aisles and around audience members frequently, making them feel like they are right in the middle of the action and stuck in the mansion with the characters!
Need Tutoring? Please Note There Is A Change In ELC’s Hours
The East Learning Center (ELC) (Room 7026) is changing its hours and will now close daily at 3:25 p.m. It will open at 7 a.m.
The hours of the Information And Learning Center (ILC) (Room 1300) are 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
To view the tutoring schedule and availability of tutors in specific content areas, please click here.
|Who’s Going To Win The Heisman? Could Be Someone From Stevenson!|
Ever wanted to strike the “Heisman Pose?”
Well, a Stevenson senior athlete could do just that by winning the Heisman High School Scholarship!
The Heisman High School Scholarship program honors the nation’s most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes. By inviting male and female students from schools across the country to share their stories of leadership and impact, the program aims to inspire all students to harness their potential, push their limits and use their talents not only to advance their own futures, but to improve the communities and world around them.
Winning a Heisman High School Scholarship requires a weighted GPA of 3.0 or better, participation in at least one sport, and demonstrated leadership at school and in the community. The deadline to apply is Oct. 18.
|Senate Youth Program Scholarship Awards $10,000!|
Juniors and Seniors: Active in a leadership position?
You may want to consider applying for the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP), which awards the $10,000 Hearst Scholarship.
To qualify, juniors and seniors must demonstrate leadership by serving in elected or appointed positions in which they are actively representing a constituency in organizations related to student government, education, public affairs, and community service. Students must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents at the time of application to the USSYP. State-qualified students must be serving in an elected or appointed position in student government or other educational or civic organizations representing a constituency of their peers for the entire academic year in which they apply for USSYP.
The deadline to apply is 4 p.m. on Oct. 7.
Drop-Off Protocol: No Before School Drop-Offs On Hotz Drive
Parents: Please note that, for safety purposes, there should be no drop-offs of students before school on Hotz Drive.
The Lincolnshire Police Department may start ticketing those who continue to do so.
As a reminder, there should also be no drop-offs of students before school in the Tenerife subdivision.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Ready For A Road Trip? Follow Football To Mundelein On Friday!
Hey Patriots! Don’t forget that the football team is back in action at 7 p.m. on Friday night for a North Suburban Conference battle at Mundelein. Tickets, which are $6 for general admission and $3 for children (ages 3-10) and Seniors, can be purchased online through GoFan.
Stevenson is 1-3 on the season while Mundelein is 3-1 on the season.
Next week, the Patriots will host 1-3 Lake Forest for Homecoming.
Girls Swimming And Diving To Compete In Lake County Meet
Head out to Lake Forest High School on Saturday morning to support the girls swimming and diving team in the Lake County Swim/Dive Meet. The action starts at 9 a.m.
Tickets, which are $5 for adults and $2 for students and Seniors, can be purchase on GoFan.
Take A Seat! Sports Boosters Selling Comfy Stadium Chairs
Purchase your Stevenson High School Athletic Stadium Chairs and customize them to the sport you want. Sports Boosters is selling sport-specific stadium chairs for $65.
Proceeds go to the sports teams.
The deadline to order is Sunday, April 30, 2023.
Boys Hockey: Stevenson moved to 6-1 on the season with a 3-1 win over conference opponent Lake Forest. The Patriots dominated the ice in the first period and had 20 shots on goal, but none found the back of the net. In the second period, Dylan Jette scored the first goal with Tristan Caridei tallying the assist. Andrew Lermer scored 2 goals with both Sean Yurkov and Caridei taking the assist on the first and Ethan O’Gradney with the assist on the second. Next up for the Patriots is Carmel at 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 4.
This College Recruitment Tool Could Be Reinforcing Bias, Study Says
Students in low-resource school districts are at a disadvantage in receiving college marketing because of the biased design of a recruitment service, reports say.
Grammar Lessons From A Former Adjunct Turned ‘Public Grammarian’
A lively new book tackles the Oxford comma, the “unjustified vilification” of “me,” and other language matters.
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Sept. 22-24:2022 Fall Play ~ Clue: High School Edition
Sept. 22:FAN: The Myth of Normal ~ Trauma, Illness And Healing In A Toxic Culture
Sept. 26: Non-Attendance Day
Sept. 27-30:Homecoming Week
Sept. 28:Fall Band Concert
Sept. 28:PPA Bake Sale
Sept. 28:FAN: The No Club ~ Putting An End To Women’s Dead-End Work
Sept. 29:CCC Financial Aid Night
Sept. 29:FAN: The Sleep-Deprived Teen ~ Why Our Teenagers Are So Tired, And How Parents And Schools Can Help Them Thrive