Camouflaged identity exposed

Alexi Rabin, Executive Opinions Editor

September 27, 2013

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Most people do not have to dodge 180 bullets in order to return to the Glenbrook North hallways. Lt. Col. James Ossey has worked at GBN as a parapro for 17 years, but he recently left for four years to serve in the military. Ossey served in the Oper... Read more »

‘Rosencoaster’ zooms through school

Lauren Sulkowski, Features Editor

September 27, 2013

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The crowd lulls to a hush as senior Loren Rosenberg walks into the gym and tells everyone to buckle in. With a swoosh and a chug students strap themselves in as if they are on a roller coaster. For a few seconds the crowd... Read more »

Same-sex marriage: The Prop. 8 debate

Jessica Hoffen and Varsha John, Executive Features Editor and Executive Copy Editor

May 23, 2013

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Question & Answer with Kermit Roosevelt, University of Pennsylvania Professor of Law In 2009 two California couples attempted to file for marriage licences. They were denied. The reason? Both couples were gay, and, accor... Read more »

Teacher feature

Taylor Shuman, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

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Seniors’ journey leads Ethiopians to new start

Taylor Shuman and Isabel Hubeny, Staff Writers

April 12, 2013

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Seniors Dani Shwachman and Mallory Lustbader landed in a town full of mud, tents and donkeys. As they stepped off the plane, they were prepared with bubbles and stickers. On Feb. 8, they had arrived with their mothers in Eth... Read more »

Yoos pull strings to balance school, music

Esther Suh and Nicole Favia, Copy Editor and Page Editor

April 12, 2013

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It had been three hours of practice. Freshman Josiah Yoo set his cello beside him as his sister, junior Noelle Yoo, removed her violin from her shoulder. “We don’t sleep,” said Noelle. “And practicing alone takes... Read more »

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