Updates introduced to food drive

Brooke Falk, News Editor

February 14, 2020

The annual food drive has created additional events and activities available to students this year to increase engagement and allow opportunities for students and other members of the community to donate. SA Board President Ch...

Watch the variety show with 2020 Vision

Judy Feng, Features Editor

February 14, 2020


Testing center change aims to stop cheating

Haley Sandlow, Opinions Editor

February 14, 2020

One day, a few months into the school year, Kevin McCaffrey, instructional assistant to the dean’s office, sat at his desk in the testing center, where multiple students were taking tests. A teacher, who had just dropped off exams to the testing center, was leaving throug...

What to know about the upcoming Illinois primary

Elaine Kim, Executive News Editor

February 14, 2020


Placement of reserved snow days changed

Matthew Chupack, Rachel Katz, Executive Editor-at-Large, News Editor

December 13, 2019

In recent years, Glenbrook High School District #225 has placed reserved emergency days during the school year and after the proposed date of the last day of school. However, for the 2019-2020 school year, all reserved emergency days are placed after the proposed last day of ...

Annual traveling show performs holiday acts

Lindsay Berkowitz, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

A troupe comprised of singers, dancers and actors dressed as elves is scheduled to perform in Glenbrook North’s annual Traveling Show on Dec. 19. The group plans to be performing an array of holiday songs, dances and skits for...

Winter Week filled with festivities

Daniel Kim, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Winter Week is scheduled to feature holiday festivities for students to participate in. The schoolwide event is planned for the week before winter break, beginning on Monday, Dec. 16 through Friday, Dec. 20. Dress-up days ar...

ACT test change allows section retakes, online testing

Ellie White, Eli Traub, News Editor, Page Editor

December 13, 2019

When senior Jeremy Livshots took the ACT, he felt the test was very time-sensitive and placed emphasis on speed rather than understanding the material. Since Livshots considers himself a slow reader, he felt rushed to complete the reading and science secti...

Youth-led climate strikes surge across country

Rachel Katz, News Editor

November 8, 2019

A group of young protesters gathered in a large circle and chanted up at the buildings on Federal Plaza, while senior Ainsley Charlesworth observed the group. Charlesworth felt as though the circle of protesters was trying to get the attention of the adults working in the build...

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