Legal Without Liquor

Taylor Shuman, Features Editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under Features, In The Middle

Statement: Teenagers who do not drink at a party will get a ticket along with the teens who have been drinking Senior Johnny Bear attempted to sneak out of the back of a house, only to find a flashlight shining brightly in his... Read more »

GBN Goes Global: Foreign Universities

Maddy Placik, Executive Features Editor

May 22, 2014

Filed under Features, In The Middle

While many graduating seniors plan to pack up their cars and drive to college in the fall, a few will be pulling out their passports and hopping on a flight overseas to attend their colleges of choice. Seniors Daniel Congbalay and Zac Kurtz are two students who plan to take this trip overseas. Congb... Read more »

GBN Goes Global: Gap Years

Lauren Sulkowski, Features Editor

May 22, 2014

Filed under Features, In The Middle

As seniors scramble to find their roommates and gather belongings for  their dorms, senior Rebecca Imhoff is packing her bags to go to Hawaii. Next year, she plans to go to Hawaii and work on an organic farm. Imhoff’s work on the farm will be in exchange for free food and housing. According to college co... Read more »

Attacking the tension: Meditation

Rachel Lee, Features Editor

December 13, 2013

Filed under In The Middle

According to freshman Sabrina Baxamusa, there are many benefits of lying down on the floor of psychology teacher Robin Walker’s classroom. As the coach of the girls varsity swim team, Walker leads Baxamusa and her teammates in a type of meditation called visu... Read more »

Attacking the tension: Laughter Yoga

Taylor Shuman, Features Editor

December 13, 2013

Filed under In The Middle

While watching his mom participate in Laughter Yoga, senior Rob Klein always thought it was the “absolute silliest thing.” However, after undergoing a long surgery procedure during his sophomore year, Laughter Yoga helped Klein change his attitude. “I’m much more open and play... Read more »

Attacking the tension: Acupuncture

Caroline Rabin, Lifestyle Editor

December 13, 2013

Filed under In The Middle

Having multiple needles stuck into her body would be more stressful than a final exam, or so thought sophomore Leah Sternberg when her older sister first suggested that acupuncture would help strengthen her immune system. Yet with some coaxing, she agreed to give acupuncture a try. ... Read more »

Hidden disorders

Maddy Placik and Caroline Rabin, Executive Lifestyle Editor and Page Editor

April 12, 2013

Filed under In The Middle

Anxiety In early September, senior Jessica Rubin was diagnosed with panic disorder, a type of anxiety, after having a series of panic attacks. According to psychologist Joel Carnazzo, despite popular belief, almost everyone ... Read more »

Not what they APpear

Allie Gross, Kim Hill, Jessica Hoffen, Executive Opinions Editor, Copy Editor, Executive Features Editor

March 1, 2013

Filed under In The Middle

Curious about the validity of granting college credit to students for scores on Advanced Placement (AP) exams, Dartmouth College’s Department of Psychology decided to give the Psychology 1 final exam to incoming freshman who s... Read more »

Spartan sounds

Spartan sounds

January 25, 2013

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