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Cracking courts call for second demolition

The high school tennis courts will be demolished again this summer for a renovation to be completed by next school year. On Feb. 27, David Lucchi of Edwards Engineering Group Inc. surveyed the land around the tennis courts in preparation for their...

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Student Life

Taking a leap for fundraising

Taking a leap for fundraising

by Hiroki Doyle, Staff Writer

A junior student has taken his passion for helping others and combined it with pole vaulting ...

Features

How Katrina changed the way we view Mardi Gras

How Katrina changed the way we view Mardi Gras

by Chloe Siohan, Staff Writer

It’s been 12 years since the disaster that was classified as the “worst hurricane in American history” by Weather.com, and the city of New Orleans still hasn’t recovered...

News

Federal transgender bathroom policy changes won’t affect Glen Rock schools

Federal transgender bathroom policy changes won’t affect Glen Rock schools

by Abby Stern, Staff Writer

With the new Presidential administration, the country has been shot into a controversial era o...

“The Rock” takes on new meaning for varsity hockey team

“The Rock” takes on new meaning for varsity hockey team

by Michelle DeMaria, Instagram Manager

Tonight the varsity hockey team will play in its second state championship, but it will not n...

Spanish club raises money for underprivileged children

Spanish club raises money for underprivileged children

by Caroline Griffin, Senior Staff Writer

The Spanish club handed out roses on Valentine's Day to raise money for two children the club...

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Clubs

Sophomore begins charitable service club on trial basis

Sophomore begins charitable service club on trial basis

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Copy Editor

When sophomore Andrew Bober returned from a service trip to the Dominican Republic, he imme...

Gay Straight Alliance raises funds with t-shirt sales

Gay Straight Alliance raises funds with t-shirt sales

by Patricia Whyte, Senior Staff Writer

The Gay Straight Alliance is selling t-shirts to raise money for future guest speakers and...

Interact club hosts annual fashion show for cancer research

Interact club hosts annual fashion show for cancer research

by Caroline Griffin

The interact club hosted their annual fashion show on Monday, Feb. 27. All proceeds were dona...

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A&E

Students to catwalk for cancer research

Students to catwalk for cancer research

by Michelle DeMaria, Social Media (Instagram) Manager

As the curtains close on New York Fashion Week, our own little taste of Fashion Week will kick...

Coffeehouse 41 provides creative outlet for students

Coffeehouse 41 provides creative outlet for students

by Caroline Geoghegan, Contributing Member

The 41st annual Coffeehouse, sponsored by Mobius, took place in the cafeteria on the Dec....

I have a school bus for a left arm but that doesn’t stop me from shredding this sick guitar solo

I have a school bus for a left arm but that doesn’t stop me from shredding this sick guitar solo

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

"I Have a School Bus For A Left Arm But That Doesn’t Stop Me From Shredding This Sick Gui...

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Opinion

Trump Tweets and the controversy behind them

Trump Tweets and the controversy behind them

by Ben Solomon, Senior Staff Writer

Presidential elect Donald J. Trump has raised a fair amount of controversy, much of which s...

Pit Bullies?

Pit Bullies?

by Daisy Tahan, Staff Writer

Around 1.2 million dogs are killed every year. 40% of those dogs are pit bulls. But why are...

Running the track during a sporting event

Running the track during a sporting event

by Olivia Traphagen

Running the track during a sporting event should be allowed. Though lacrosse balls can b...

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Staff Profile

Julia Rooney
Julia Rooney

Managing Editor

Julia Rooney is a senior at Glen Rock High School and the Managing Editor for The Glen Echo. She loves to write and has been writing for The Glen Echo for three years. In her free time Julia loves to spend time with her family and friends. Email: [email protected]

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Game Schedule

Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs. River Dell
Wed, Mar 29 4:00 PMGlen Rock High Schoo
Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Holy Angels
Wed, Mar 29 4:00 PMAcademy of the Holy

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