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4/16/20 COVID-19 Update: School District Operations Center established, May events under review
4/16/20 COVID-19 Update: School District Operations Center established, May events under review
Shane Landon Olson, Editor-in-Chief • April 16, 2020

Editor's Note: Information in this article is rapidly changing. This is up to date as of April 16, 2020. As the number of COVID-19 infections...

Haley Sandlow, Opinions Editor | June 6, 2020

A supply collection and protest to rally support for the Black Lives Matter movement is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 8. Donations will be accepted from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the corner of Cherry...

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Megan Fahrney, Rachel Katz, Executive Sports Editor, News Editor | May 20, 2020

Honking cars lined up outside of homes and mask-wearing teenagers chatting on driveways, standing six feet apart. For many, this has become the new norm for socialization.  Following Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s...

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Lucy Cho, Features Editor | June 1, 2020

Although May was Teacher Appreciation Month, this year’s seniors will not be able to show their appreciation for their teachers in person before they graduate due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, here...

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Alexandra Chertok, Executive Opinions Editor | June 1, 2020

As a waiter at Covenant Living of Northbrook, a retirement community, senior Andrew Fan felt pretty safe going to work delivering food to residents in the residential living area. That changed when...

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Anna Garibashvily, Saruul-Erdene Jagdagdorj, Staff Writers | April 20, 2020

What can be recycled Products made of paper, glass, steel, aluminum, cardboard and certain plastics are recyclable. Plastic products made from rigid plastic, like milk jugs and laundry detergent bottles,...

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Judy Feng, Baeyoung Yoo, Features Editor, Staff Writer | April 20, 2020

Earth Day was founded after an accumulation of high-profile pollution incidents, such as the Santa Barbara oil spill, led to increased public concern about the environment in the late 1960s. On April 22,...

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Theresa Lee, Staff Writer | June 3, 2020

Minimized stress? Check. Family time? Check. Free time for myself? Check. At first, quarantine seemed to be a mini-break from school in which I could spend my once demanding weekdays like fun weekends....

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Carly Uhlig, Molly Parker, Lifestyle Editor, Opinions Editor | June 1, 2020

We are all struggling to cope with the tragedies and hardships brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic. But, we can find hope through cautious optimism, which means holding excitement for the future while...

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Nora Callahan, Lifestyle Editor | June 2, 2020

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Northbrook residents have filled the town with uplifting signs and messages. Below you will find some ways to spread positivity, feel more connected to the community...

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Ellie White, News Editor | June 1, 2020

It is a sobering experience for sophomore Tacy Guest to hear about the lack of personal protection equipment provided to doctors. Guest, whose mother works as a radiologist, believes wearing a mask helps...

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Dylan Buckner, Sports Editor | June 1, 2020

Ever since freshman Griffin Yoss was in seventh grade, he hoped to play varsity soccer as a sophomore. While watching varsity games, Yoss would look for common mistakes players were making, especially...

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Megan Fahrney, Executive Sports Editor | June 1, 2020

Below are responses from six senior athletes who have competed on Glenbrook North sports teams and have scholarships to continue their athletics at the collegiate Division I level next year. Interviews...

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