Since 1956

Giving the gift of gold

The air of the Boston Children’s Hospital corridor is thick with the odor of bleach and sterilized equipment.  The muffled sound of the televisions from the different rooms resonates throughout the hallway: soap operas, cartoons and current events... Read more »

News

Mahoney raises awareness for dating violence

Mahoney raises awareness for dating violence

by Kaitlin Stansel, Social Media Editor

Teachers at Glen Rock High School will be encouraged to donate five dollars to wear jeans on F...  Read More »

School approves additional days off in March

School approves additional days off in March

by Lilia Wood, Editor-in-Chief

Glen Rock Public Schools will be closed on March 24 and 28, as well as May 27 and May 31. The...  Read More »

The Glen Echo makes new Facebook page

The Glen Echo makes new Facebook page

by Catherine Bennett, Staff Writer

The Glen Echo announced its publication's Facebook page on Jan. 13 after receiving approval...  Read More »

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Student Life

Student joins Class of 2018 from Japan

Student joins Class of 2018 from Japan

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

Kaho Shinada recently moved to Glen Rock from Japan and joined the sophomore class.  Shinada c...  Read More »

Music in class: helpful or distraction

Music in class: helpful or distraction

by Olivia Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer

Everyday, cell phones become more and more common in the everyday classroom. They can be used as ...  Read More »

Students prepare for fashion show

Students prepare for fashion show

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager

For several years, Glen Rock High School’s Interact Club has been putting on the Interact...  Read More »

Clubs

Paint the school purple

Paint the school purple

by Christina Howie, Copy Editor

The Glen Rock High School Relay for Life committee will be organizing purple week from Monday,...  Read More »

Concert Choir to set off for Annapolis

Concert Choir to set off for Annapolis

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor

The Concert Choir is to travel to Annapolis, Maryland. Members of both the Women’s Choral and Cha...  Read More »

Model U.N. students look forward to February trip

Model U.N. students look forward to February trip

As two buses carrying about 50 Glen Rock students pulled away from Glen Rock High School’s...  Read More »

A&E

The Glen Echo releases new mobile app

The Glen Echo releases new mobile app

by Carter Stansel, Staff Writer

The Glen Echo has released its mobile app for android and iOS devices. The app officially...  Read More »

Theater Company performs ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, reminds audience ‘Don’t Feed the Plants’

Theater Company performs ‘Little Shop of Horrors’, reminds audience ‘Don’t Feed the Plants’

by Michelle DeMaria, Staff Writer

After two long months of rigorous rehearsals, Glen Rock Theatre Company’s 'Little Shop of...  Read More »

Basement – Promise Everything Review

Basement – Promise Everything Review

by Zach McCollum and Anna Barton

This is a journalistic review of Basement’s third full-length album Promise Everything. Pr...  Read More »

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Features

The girl who twirls

The girl who twirls

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Staff Writer

“Girls ready?” the judge asks the five girls wearing black leotard dresses. The girls stand...  Read More »

Forming a love for science

Forming a love for science

by Nicole Rothstein, Staff Writer

It is 1978.  A young college student enters the lab. She is studying insect with a focus on...  Read More »

Brodhead volunteers time to middle school football

by Olivia Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer

Bright and early out on the football field, middle school junior football players learn important ball-handling and throwing skills with Mr. Daniel Brodhead, a high school guidance counselor. Any interested middle school football player can sign up and show up to learn about important footb...  Read More »

Opinion

Music in class: helpful or distraction

Music in class: helpful or distraction

by Olivia Lorenzo, Senior Staff Writer

Everyday, cell phones become more and more common in the everyday classroom. They can be used as ...  Read More »

DIY ethics and mainstream success

DIY ethics and mainstream success

by Zach McCollum, Opinion & Editorial Editor

The terms “DIY (Do It Yourself)” and “mainstream” are rarely used in the same senten...  Read More »

Considering a new form of journalism

by Beth Keefe, Multimedia Manager

As journalism expands, newspapers and magazines have become second to the new fad of internet based information; much of today’s news can be found with just a click of a button. In October 2014, a podcast titled Serial was released following the murder of an 18-year-old girl, Hae Min ...  Read More »

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THE OLDEST ISSUES WE HAVE: 1957

The Glen Echo from 1957