Senior wins regional art contest

Suzanna Creasey, Lifestyle Editor

December 8, 2017

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Stepping up to the podium at the award dinner with the attention of 500 activists, journalists and politicians, senior Emmitt Schneider began to speak. “Transgender youth are being bullied at their schools every day just f... Read more »

Student embarks on educational experience in Israel

Samantha Greenberg, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017

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A smile appeared on sophomore Emily Fridland’s face as she recalled opening the e-mail that confirmed she would soon be uprooting her life. Fridland was thrilled to learn that she would be studying abroad at the Alexander M... Read more »

Future graduate plans for career in Marines

Anya Eydelman, Page Editor

November 3, 2017

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On June 11, 2017,  senior Eun Tak Jang plans to leave for the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. bringing nothing but an ID and a plane ticket. Jang said he enlisted in the Delayed Entry Program, also kno... Read more »

Senior raises disability awareness

Micha Gachpar, Editor-at-Large

November 3, 2017

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Meeting Barack Obama and helping to declare a state holiday were opportunities senior Erin Mallicoat had never thought of having when she began to outwardly advocate for people with disabilities. However, she is now able to... Read more »

Actress stars in local and professional shows

Leah Matlin, Features Editor

November 3, 2017

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This past summer, sophomore Carly Meyer made her Broadway debut at the Jimmy Awards, a national theater competition for high school students, in addition to performing in the world premiere production of “TREVOR the Musi... Read more »

Choir department welcomes new director

Suzanna Creasey, Lifestyle Editor

October 2, 2017

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Below their feet, the floor of the bus grew warm. The acrid smell of burnt rubber turned to the smell of smoke. “We look out and we can see sparks shooting out of the side,” Kaitlin Wallace, a senior at Wheaton-Warrenv... Read more »

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month barks for attention

By Chloe Carroll, Graphics Staff

October 2, 2017

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With the recent partnership between Glenbrook North PAWS and Heartland Animal Shelter, Adopt a Shelter Dog Month is an opportunity for both organizations to raise awareness and encourage the adoption of shelter dogs. Senior Ryan... Read more »

Students, staff rally to support awareness for breast cancer

Leah Matlin, Features Editor

October 2, 2017

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When chemistry teacher Kelly Reimer went in for her annual checkup on Feb. 20, 2017, her doctor found lumps in her breasts. According to Reimer, even though doctors did not initially think the lumps looked cancerous, they still sen... Read more »

Teachers seek adventures over summer vacation

Katie Fitzpatrick, Features Editor

May 25, 2017

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World traveler goes home Social studies teacher David Vincent’s passion for traveling is evident by the 41 countries he has visited throughout the world. Yet every summer, he returns to Lake George, New York to maintain a conn... Read more »

Alumnus produces hit TV show

Natan Shayevich, Features Editor

May 25, 2017

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The production team for the HBO series “Big Little Lies,” a show about murder and deceit in Monterey, California, includes Academy Award-winning actresses Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman, as well as Glenbrook North ... Read more »

New club strives to save children in need

Hope Mailing, Sports Editor

April 21, 2017

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When they were only 12 years old, sophomores Beatrice and Elise Katsnelson saved the lives of two children. According to Beatrice, she and her sister decided to redirect money that would have been used for their Bat Mitzvah part... Read more »

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