Feminism Club sign found in boys’ bathroom urinal

Ben Jutzi, News Editor

November 4, 2016

     A Feminism Club sign was found plastered against the  inside of a urinal in the boys’ bathroom, soaked in urine. The sign, which provided students with information regarding the location of a club meeting, was fo...

Student featured on National Public Radio

Ben Zhao, Executive Features Editor

November 4, 2016

     For three days, freshman Sam Mitchell went home after school to methodically cut and analyze dozens of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups in standard, king size, miniature, mini and special Halloween varieties.      Aft...

Coalition application offers students new opportunities

Olga Archakov, Gillian Redstone, Lifestyle Editor, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016

The bright smile on senior Loni Feffer’s face disappeared, and she adopted a gloomy tone as she talked about the college application process. “[The college process] just seems very superficial to me,” said Feffer. “I...

Claims of local drug abuse ignite demands for immediate change

Zoe Engels, Executive News Editor

September 30, 2016

Tears roll silently down her cheeks as PJ Newberg, the founder and director of Northshore Secret Heroin Problem, recalls the struggles she has faced since her daughter became a heroin addict. When the addiction developed, Newberg...

Students rescue peer during beach accident

Sydney Stumme-Berg, Catherine Zhang, News Editors

September 30, 2016

As he discusses the rescue of Glenbrook North senior Tural Erel from the water at Gillson Beach, Glenbrook South senior Paul Choi shifts his eyes down to his fiddling hands during a moment of reflection, and a distressed ...

Heavy student workload inspires policy change, debate

Ben Jutzi, News Editor

September 30, 2016

After returning from his daily varsity soccer practice, senior Ryan Golde sits down at his desk. He looks over at the clock. 6:30 p.m.. Time to begin the hours of homework assigned in his AP classes. The combination of ...

Year in Review

June 1, 2016


Mock trials inspire student interest in law

Suyeon Hong, Executive News Editor

June 1, 2016

When sophomore Julia Laughlin found out that schedule conflicts had left her with only two options for an elective, she reluctantly took the business law class. “Initially, I was pretty frustrated,” said Laughlin. “I had pretty low expectations going in, but...

Typing notes impairs students’ learning ability

Emily Chwa, News Editor

June 1, 2016

During Spanish class, junior Eamon Homedi was typing his notes about the lesson when he gave in to the urge to open a new tab on his laptop. He hovered the cursor over the button, and with one click, shifted his focus from su...

Social media increases influence on politics

Ben Jutzi, Staff Writer

April 15, 2016

When a Facebook friend messaged Glenbrook North graduate Bryan Scheinkopf a video of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, his life changed. “As soon as I heard about [Sanders’] platform, it was very obvious that this was a guy that aligned with my ideology a lot more,” Scheinkopf said. Sch...

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