For+two+years%2C+newspaper+photographers+have+used+the+corner+of+in+room+233+at+West+Campus%2C+with+its+broken+ring+light+and+rickety+backdrop%2C+to+take+portraits+for+the+McHenry+Messenger.+This+year%E2%80%99s+seniors+will+be+the+last+to+crete+the+newspaper+in+this+space.

Kennedy Tetour

For two years, newspaper photographers have used the corner of in room 233 at West Campus, with its broken ring light and rickety backdrop, to take portraits for the McHenry Messenger. This year’s seniors will be the last to crete the newspaper in this space.

Saying goodbye

The senior staff at the McHenry Messenger have survived a tumultuous four years — and have a lot of wisdom to share

The Class of 2021 of MCHS have conquered the unexpected, and the senior staff of the McHenry Messenger has had the responsibility of covering it all. Through interviewing, photographing, illustrating, and writing, they’ve learned a lot from students and staff.

Now, they get to share their own words and tell their stories of their high school years. After all, like the rest of the Class of 2021, they’ve made it through more than anybody could have ever expected.

Becky Arendarczyk
Ciara Duncan
Joe Ndu
Elle Smith
MJ Smit
Emma Snyder
Alayna Trimingham
Kaitlyn Wenzel
Emma Westermeier