Alumnus’ watch tests well with students

Jessica Hoffen, Executive Features Editor

October 26, 2012

When Jordan Liss’s grandfather passed away, he left Jordan his WWII dog tags, stories of the trials of entrepreneurship and a desire to be like him. The ‘11 alumnus wears the dog tags every day, and Jordan, like his grandfather, founded his ow...

Hands of Peace bridges borders

Natalie Knez, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

Last year, sophomore Yasmeen Abdelhamid decided to apply to participate in the Hands of Peace program. Around the same time, Palestinian Leen Anabtawi began a similar application process in an attempt to be a part of the same experience. Months later, on Ju...

Students ring up publicity for 2012 campaigns

Isabel Hubeny, Staff Writer

September 28, 2012

Senior Laura Strickland spends her time talking politics over the phone with strangers. She was given the job to make phone calls when she started volunteering for the Robert Dold campaign just a month ago. The reactions of...

Q&A: Yuriy Sardarov ’06 alumnus

Elise Marrinan, Executive Features Editor

May 24, 2012

Yuriy Sardarov, class of ‘06, moved to Northbrook his junior year of high school. While at Glenbrook North, he spent much of his time with the theatre program, competing in Individual Events and as a vice president on SA Board....

Skaters glide to a first place finish in Switzerland

Jess Hoffen, Features Editor

May 24, 2012

With the Stars and Stripes hanging overhead, sophomore Stephanie Domijan, senior Audrey Larsen and the other 18 members of the Chicago Jazz Junior Synchronized Skating team, stood in the center of an ice rink in Neuchatel, Switzerland,...

Last semester, last chance

Sonia Ehrlich, Staff Writer

May 24, 2012

With the help of a voice coach, senior Sarah Koulogeorge had been preparing for her audition for weeks. However, she still found herself out of her element when trying out for the musical for the first time in her high school...

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