Nonprofit provides students with dresses

Katie Fitzpatrick and Olga Archakov, Executive Lifestyle Editor and Editor-at-Large

May 24, 2018

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Because of her wheelchair, she had never been able to have a formal dress before. A personal shopper at the Glass Slipper Project helped her pick a prom dress, and the alterations department fixed it to accommodate her wheelchair. Liz Kores, member of the Glass Slipper ...

We review your strangest food combinations

Suzanna Creasey and Ellie Prober, Lifestyle Editors

May 24, 2018

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Experts acknowledge health product misconceptions

Zoe Bendoff, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

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I survived a week without social media

Ellie Prober, Lifestyle Editor

April 20, 2018

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My heart breaks as I click the “x” in the corner of each app. Despite all the others cluttering my screen, my phone seems bare without the brightly colored social media icons. For five days, this emptiness would be my life.  From Monday, March 12 at midnight until the same ti...

BonChon dishes up savory delights

Carly Uhlig, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018

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People were laughing and drinking at the small bar settled in the corner, friends talked while collectively eating from a plate of chicken wings and hosts juggled between taking calls and seating customers. I was expecting a simple meal to end a long day, but as soon as I...

Students express beliefs through clothing

Leah Matlin, Features Editor

April 20, 2018

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About a week after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, senior Casey Frey, a Deerfield High School student, was asked by her friend if she wanted to help make shirts for fundraising. Frey immediately agreed, and they designed the shirts. All profits from sales continue to be donated to Everytown fo...

Students take a stab at tattooing trend

Sam Morgan, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

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ver since he could remember, junior Andy Friedman has wanted a tattoo. But, it was not until a few months ago that he got his first one. Soon after that, he decided to add two more tattoos to his collection. “[Tattoos are] just a cool way of showing your interests and your ideas …...

The love I give

Jenna Lasky, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

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In 2014, Laquan McDonald, a 17-year-old black boy, was shot to death by a Chicago police officer. In Angie Thomas’s latest novel “The Hate You Give,” sixteen-year-old Starr Carter has to witness the same horrible crime, with he...

New Tune-Yards album channels chaos

Natan Shayevich, Opinions Editor

March 2, 2018

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Take the energy of a four-year-old having a temper tantrum and combine it with powerful, poignant, political prose. Then back it up with intoxicating drumbeats, a grooving bassline and add a synthesizer. This is how I would d...

New show ‘A.P. Bio’ lacks comedic relief

Samantha Greenberg, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

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I thought I had found the next classic sitcom. The next “How I Met Your Mother.” Unfortunately, I’ll have to keep looking because the new show “A.P. Bio,” produced by comedian Seth Meyers, is not it. After watching ma...

Grilled cheese, rockin’ times

Jessica Katz, Opinions Editor

March 2, 2018

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I cozied up on the couch with my latte and basked in live jazz music played by the Ben Lewis Trio. The group chatted with the audience, asked for song requests and messed around with song covers. Even with the snowstorm ragi...

Alumnus sticks with music, returns to teach master class

Ellie Prober, Lifestyle Editor

March 2, 2018

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During his years at Glenbrook North, he was involved in band, Glenbrook Symphony Orchestra, jazz band, variety show, marching band and musical pit. Now he is touring as a drummer, agent and co-manager for Singer Bianca Muniz. On his journey to become a musician, Alumnus Michael Hoj...

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