Reshaping your college résumé

Grace Ruklick, Advertising Editor

May 23, 2013

Filed under OpEd

There are two ways to do something. One is to go through the motions and have a safe, decent outcome. Then, there’s another way: to execute with passion. Spartan Slam, the Splash Bash and Minute to Win It have all been cr...

Corrections

Editorial Board

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

In the March issue of Torch, incorrect rankings were listed for the GBN Speech Team members at the IHSA State Tournament. Senior Ryan Wagner and junior Benji Englander were ranked eighth and 12th, respectively, after preliminary...

Letter to the editor: Not just another Facebook fad

Sophomore Toby Klein

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

I recently, along with several other students, changed my profile picture to the red equal sign. To many, it’s merely a fad sweeping across Facebook...but not to me. The red equal sign comes from the Human Rights Campaign, and...

Always think before you tweet

Sydney Schwartz, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

As I click to compose a tweet, I only have 140 characters to share what is on my mind. Within seconds, theseemotions are expressed to my followers, who have the option to “retweet,” “reply” to or “favorite” my thoughts. Typically when I log onto my Twitter ...

Likes and Gripes

Editorial Board

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

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Mind your own score

Andrew Blank, News Editor

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

Judgement day: ACT scores are up. Invariably a deluge of chatter about scores flows through  the halls.  No matter how hard you try to escape it, your efforts will be futile. The score inquisition will reach you, and you...

Saluting Scheyer’s success

Brandon Koretz, Staff Writer

April 12, 2013

Filed under OpEd

He scored 21 points in the final 75 seconds of a basketball game and finished the game with 52 points. He sunk 48 points in a Super-Sectional playoff game. He scored a game-high 18 points in his final high school match-up, playing against a guy whose name you...

Letter to the Editor: GBN Compliments

Derek Franklin, Senior

March 2, 2013

Filed under OpEd

Dear Editor, Recently, a profile was created on Facebook called GBN Compliments and has become very popular amongst Glenbrook North students.  The way it works is you privately submit an anonymous compliment about someone...

Letter to the Editor: Choose your course

Scott Mutchnik, Sophomore

March 1, 2013

Filed under OpEd

Going to Glenbrook North, you may hear how lucky you are to go to what is supposedly the best school on the North Shore of Chicago. However, if you are an honors English student, I urge you not to feel so lucky, but rather indignant...

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