Drum Corps puts spin on coaching

Olga Archakov, Editor-at-Large

October 2, 2017

Getting to perform in front of a crowd of 50,000 people and taking fifth place in what is said to be the biggest competition of marching arts are experiences Color Guard Coach Michael Tseitlin will never forget. According to...

Fall play offers new dynamic

Isabel Vayser, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

This year’s fall play, “The Good Doctor,” is scheduled to be held in the CPA on Oct. 19 and 21 at 7 p.m. as well as Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets will be sold in the SAC during the week of the show for $8 o...

Google promotes screening device

Katie Fitzpatrick, Executive Lifestyle Editor

October 2, 2017

It has been likened to drowning, and although it is largely treatable, only a small percentage of people with it ever seek help. Google is attempting to remedy this. In partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illnes...

New app brings hope of increased school pride

Ellie Prober, Lifestyle Editor

October 2, 2017

Before her swim meet, junior Ashlyn Remien walked into school wearing a bedsheet and sandals. The toga, tied at her waist, matched that of every team member. The girls swim team’s spirit can be seen throughout the halls o...

Restaurant spoons out ramen for the soul

Danny Ogranovich, Page editor

October 2, 2017

It’s nothing short of a blessing that one of the Chicago suburbs’ better ramen restaurants opened right at our doorstep. Ronin’s Spoon, just five minutes from Glenbrook North, has hearty bowls of ramen as well as a friendly ...

Background noise boosts creativity

Danny Ogranovich, Page Editor

May 25, 2017

Fatigued and running out of time, junior Maddy Chemers was almost at her breaking point. After working for six hours straight, typing out each grueling word, she could not figure out what to write for the last part of her Eng...

Sleeping the way to improved focus

Lucia Bosacoma, Opinions Editor

May 25, 2017

After a long day of school and extracurriculars, junior Charles Kang begins to feel exhaustion sink in, but he still has work to do. He has a cup of coffee, does some push-ups, or holds his breath to accelerate his blood press...

Students, parents sell unique college clothing

Olga Archakov, Lifestyle Editor

April 21, 2017

Prior to founding Denimszn, senior Sophie Gertz’s custom college apparel business, Gertz had never ironed clothing before. Her mom had to teach her how to iron, so she could create her first jacket. According to Gertz, sh...

Quality of speaking crumbles with filler words

Ellie Prober, Staff Writer

April 21, 2017

As the day of the speech tournament began to approach, senior Julia Shelley practiced and rehearsed her speech as much as possible. Finally, the day arrived. She stood and faced her audience, but she encountered a problem. Sea...

Stressors test students’ mental strength

Suzanna Creasey and Isabel Vayser, Staff Writers

April 21, 2017

When senior Will Congbalay feels overwhelmed with the workload of his classes, including four AP courses, he takes out his ukulele and plays for five to 15 minutes to regain his focus. He taught himself ukulele in October as a...

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