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All the world’s a stage, and this former sophomore’s the one who manages it

The room was full of darkness. The only images visible were concentrated faces, illuminated by the candles that the silent are holding in their hands. Tears were rolling down many faces. This was the solemn candlelight ceremony: a ceremony that impacts the lives of members from the Lindsey Meyer Teen Institute, known colloquially as the LMTI. The... Read more »

News

Instagram joins the ranks

Instagram joins the ranks

by Erin Jones, Staff Writer

Every year there are new improvements to The Glen Echo. This year many of the new additions have b...  Read More »

Gym closed for the spring

Gym closed for the spring

by Killeen McDonald, Staff Writer

The once open gym doors that invited students in for physical education class and lunch are...  Read More »

Students brought the heat at Coffee House

Students brought the heat at Coffee House

by Zach McCollum, Staff Writer

Students read original poetry, played music, and pounded coffee at Coffee House this past Thursday,...  Read More »

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Student Life

Glen Rock High School ranked 34th in the state

Glen Rock High School ranked 34th in the state

by Tim Fink, Staff Writer

This year Glen Rock High School was ranked 34th out of 384 high schools in New Jersey. This ranking...  Read More »

Curtains open for spring concert

Curtains open for spring concert

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Staff Writer

The spring concert is an annual performance by the concert choir class, the school band and...  Read More »

Anti-Idling April

Anti-Idling April

by Prottusha Sarkar

Idling is a common practice among New Jersey drivers. But did you know that idling for longer than...  Read More »

In-Depth

All the world’s a stage, and this former sophomore’s the one who manages it

All the world’s a stage, and this former sophomore’s the one who manages it

by Nicola Fornino, Staff Writer

The room was full of darkness. The only images visible were concentrated faces, illuminated...  Read More »

The girl who rides

The girl who rides

by Julia Rooney, Staff Writer

Where it all began At the age of nine, Alethea Jadick rode her first real horse. It see...  Read More »

The storied career of Jordan McMahon and his dancing

The storied career of Jordan McMahon and his dancing

by Erin Jones, Staff Writer

For Jordan McMahon (‘16), dancing has always been second nature. Whenever music came on,...  Read More »

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Clubs

Singing, dancing, and sharing the arts

Singing, dancing, and sharing the arts

by Colin Morrow, Staff Writer

In the lobby of Orchard Elementary School in Ridgewood, New Jersey, there is not a lot of noise...  Read More »

Building a team

Building a team

by Lilia Wood, Print Editor-in-Chief

The robots may be made of metal and circuit boards, but the Robotics Team is built from hours...  Read More »

Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

by Christina Howie, Staff Writer

On Thursday, Jan. 8, the Class of 2016 officers held a meeting to discuss the much-anticipated...  Read More »

A&E

Titus Andronicus: In a Big City

Titus Andronicus: In a Big City

by Zach McCollum, Staff Writer

Intro Local music; something so profound that it can bring a whole community together. From s...  Read More »

Big changes coming to Glenstock 2015

Big changes coming to Glenstock 2015

by Zach McCollum and Dylan Kennedy

The annual school-run music festival, Glenstock, will be held in the courtyard on June 2. Glenstock...  Read More »

Superheaven – Ours Is Chrome Review

Superheaven – Ours Is Chrome Review

by Zach McCollum, Staff Writer

This is a journalistic review of Superheaven’s sophomore LP Ours Is Chrome, released on May 4...  Read More »

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Opinion

Should GRHS have an SAT prep class?

Should GRHS have an SAT prep class?

by Nicola Fornino, Staff Writer

Many students at GRHS are well prepared to take their SATs. But would an SAT prep class at...  Read More »

Where to buy your baseball equipment

Where to buy your baseball equipment

by Max Felsenstein, Sports Editor

Snowstorms, cold temperatures and ice … and my thoughts go immediately to baseball! Not that...  Read More »

Female athletes should lift weights

Female athletes should lift weights

by Julia Rooney, Staff Writer

It is beneficial for female athletes to lift weights to get in shape. Girls that lift have...  Read More »

Clubs

Singing, dancing, and sharing the arts

Singing, dancing, and sharing the arts

by Colin Morrow, Staff Writer

In the lobby of Orchard Elementary School in Ridgewood, New Jersey, there is not a lot of noise...  Read More »

Building a team

Building a team

by Lilia Wood, Print Editor-in-Chief

The robots may be made of metal and circuit boards, but the Robotics Team is built from hours...  Read More »

Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

by Christina Howie, Staff Writer

On Thursday, Jan. 8, the Class of 2016 officers held a meeting to discuss the much-anticipated...  Read More »

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Features

All the world’s a stage, and this former sophomore’s the one who manages it

All the world’s a stage, and this former sophomore’s the one who manages it

by Nicola Fornino, Staff Writer

The room was full of darkness. The only images visible were concentrated faces, illuminated...  Read More »

Swimming with the sharks

Swimming with the sharks

by Anne Vandervalk, Staff Writer

It is spring 2013, and the weather is hot and steamy in Indianapolis. Cheering accentuates...  Read More »

Live for the music

Live for the music

by Nicola Fornino, Staff Writer

There’s a single stool on the Coffeehouse platform. The lights are dim except the single...  Read More »

Interactive Memories (Scroll Over)

A tribute to the graduating seniors of 2014-2015. Good luck next year!

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