News

Year in Review

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June 1, 2016

Mock trials inspire student interest in law

Suyeon Hong, Executive News Editor

When sophomore Julia Laughlin found out that schedule conflicts had left her with only two options for an elective, she reluctantly took the business law class. “Initially, I w...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

Typing notes impairs students’ learning ability

Emily Chwa, News Editor

During Spanish class, junior Eamon Homedi was typing his notes about the lesson when he gave in to the urge to open a new tab on his laptop. He hovered the cursor over the butt...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

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Features

Senior writes her future in business

Jessica Lee, Features Editor

After senior Elana Greenberg’s endoscopy, she declined the hospital nurse’s offer to write her a note to excuse her from prior obligations. She also refused to “take it easy,” like the nurse suggested. Instead, Greenberg told the nurse she had to get back to her daily activities because she had to help get press releases out. During her sophomore year, Green...  Read More »

Jun 1

Balloon artists train to entertain

Lucy Davis, Page Editor

Senior Nate Whitfield’s favorite part about making balloons is the interactions with people. “It lights up a kid’s day when they go to the Rainforest Cafe, and they have a face paint of a Spider-Man, and you can make them a Spider-Man [with balloons],” Whitfield said. Whitfield works with three other Glenbrook North students as an individual contractor for Mind ...  Read More »

Jun 1

Students work for greener tomorrow

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer

Sophomore Sara Chen walked around Northbrook with her biology class on Earth Day of last year. In the students’ hands were petitions against a proposed development of housing in a flooded area, a project that would be harmful to the habitat and the animals in the area. After all the petitions were signed, Chen said the building company cancelled the project. “Th...  Read More »

Apr 15

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Lifestyle

Fifteen minutes to fitness

Kelly Johnson and Liza McMahon, Page Editors

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June 1, 2016

Alumnus stars in TV premiere

June 1, 2016

As he began to prepare an act for the 2013 Variety Show, alumnus Ryan Goldsher (‘15) decided to learn impressions for the first time. “The [2013 Variety Sh...  Read More »

New app assists college roommate search

June 1, 2016

As alumnus David Pawlan (‘15) prepared to attend Vanderbilt University his senior year of high school, he found himself frustrated with the room...  Read More »

Makeup myth proves to be invalid

April 15, 2016

Like many teenage girls, sophomore Emma Remish has been wearing makeup lightly since junior high and then more heavily and frequently in high scho...  Read More »

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OpEd

Will you be my friend?

Jessica Lee, Features Editor

The night before my first day of first grade, my dad gave me my mission: make at least one friend the next day. I was the new kid in town and was extremely nervous, but I w...  Read More »

June 1, 2016

Finding your niche, your map

June 1, 2016

Although I feel comfortable now at Glenbrook North, when I was a new freshman, I think I would have rather been almost anywhere else. After going to a smaller school ...  Read More »

What it means to be a journalist

June 1, 2016

One of the all-time greatest Cubs pitchers once blew me off for an interview. Before you get too excited, it was Kerry Wood, not Jake Arrieta. Well...  Read More »

Schedule the unexpected lessons

June 1, 2016

who know me know I hate exercising. I feel like the human body should have evolved so it is always in shape. That way I would not have to run in ...  Read More »

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