Operation Snowball tosses students a second opportunity

Joey Harris, Page Editor

November 3, 2017

Operation Snowball is set to offer a three-day retreat for students as a second chance to participate in the program for those who were not accepted into the fall Snowball. It will take place from March 8 to March 10, 2018 at...

GPAs trend upward though SAT scores fall

Sahil Modi, Executive News Editor

November 3, 2017

It is no secret that some students want to receive the highest grades possible to have a fighting chance at getting into their dream college. A new study conducted by Michael Hurwitz, senior director of the College Board, a...

Intramural Archery targets unique interest

Olga Archakov, Editor-at-Large

November 3, 2017

The origins of the idea to bring archery to Glenbrook North lie in a restaurant in Puerto Rico. The idea for the intramural came from a conversation between junior Brandon Ng and his sister. Ng had been imitating Oliver Queen...

New recycling policies lower expenditures

Alex Youtsey, News Editor

November 3, 2017

Most cafeteria recyclables never reach their intended destination. Despite signs promoting recycling around the school, contaminants like half-eaten burgers and used napkins still end up in recycling bins, condemning the e...

New club fosters civil political discussion

Ben Jutzi, News Editor

October 2, 2017

All it took was a nudge from a friend for junior Joshua Yang to get started on what would become Open Forum, a new club that hopes to facilitate peaceful political dialogue for students. The club board plans to give present...

Science Resource Center provides tutors for students

Lindsey Masterman, Executive Editor-at-Large

October 2, 2017

After all of its computers were deemed obsolete and removed, the Science Department met to decide what to do with the empty computer lab room. The department opted to make a Science Resource Center, also known as the SRC.  ...

Student team assists with technology issues

Sara Williams, News Editor

October 2, 2017

After coming into the IDEA for help with her computer last year, junior Jessica Carr was offered an opportunity to put her interest in technology to work. That opportunity came in the form of the new Student Innovation Team. The St...

Safe Zone posters promote diversity

Samantha Greenberg, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

Safe Zone posters were placed throughout the school by the staff after they were introduced to them at a faculty meeting prior to the start of school. Teachers were encouraged to put them up in their classrooms. The poster...

Raised meal prices spark concern

Andreea Sabau, News Editor

October 2, 2017

At the beginning of each lunch, the cafeteria bustles with students holding sandwiches, pizza slices and fries. When senior Lauren Holick paid for her food at the start of the school year, she noticed certain items in the cafeteri...

Party in the Lot fundraises, entertains

Sam Morgan, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017

Party in the Lot is an event held every year during Homecoming week that welcomes all students and members of the Northbrook community, according to Cameron Glass, senior class board member. The party is scheduled to take place in t...

Comedy Troupe barred from all-school assemblies

Sahil Modi, Executive News Editor

October 2, 2017

Following a controversial performance on April 21, 2017, Comedy Troupe sponsor Lindsey Berman was shocked to hear the news just a month later that the group would not be permitted to perform during an all-school assembly until ...

Plans for assisted living facility crumble

Sarah Sandlow, News Editor

October 2, 2017

After months of controversy and resistance from the Northbrook community, the plan for the construction of the assisted living facility known as Heritage Woods was rejected on Sept. 12. The building was planned to be located o...

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