Since 1956

Student plans humanitarian journey to Nepal

Nepal: a small country bordered by India to the east, west, and south and the Tibetan region of China to the north. On April 25, 2015 a magnitude 8.1 earthquake rocked the country the epicenter was east of Lamjung district. The earthquake was so pow... Read more »

News

Sewage leak provokes chaos

Sewage leak provokes chaos

by Julia Rooney, Multimedia Manager

During Period 8 on Feb. 2 2016, the sewage pipes located under the sinks of room C-131 leaked...  Read More »

Computer programming course added to curriculum

Computer programming course added to curriculum

by Jason Messenbrink, Staff Writer

A computer programming course has been added to the high school's curriculum for the 2016-17 scho...  Read More »

Presidential elections come to Glen Rock

Presidential elections come to Glen Rock

by Josh Lesser, Staff Writer

With the primary season officially underway, seniors are beginning to contemplate which candidate...  Read More »

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Student Life

Midterms up for consideration in years to come

Midterms up for consideration in years to come

by Caroline Griffin, Staff Writer

Midterms may not receive a passing mark next year. Finals may find themselves off the honor...  Read More »

It’s the most stressful time of the year

It’s the most stressful time of the year

by Olivia Lorenzo, Staff Writer

As the end of January nears, students prepare for midterms. With the responsibility of ...  Read More »

Homework Free Night becomes midterm study night

Homework Free Night becomes midterm study night

by Zack Riley, Staff Writer

With midterms looming and students reviewing, there will be a homework free night on Wednesday,...  Read More »

Clubs

DECA club participates in role play competition

DECA club participates in role play competition

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

DECA, also known as Distributive Education Clubs of America, is an organization that helps create leade...  Read More »

Relay for Life kicks off the year

Relay for Life kicks off the year

by Christina Howie, Copy Editor

The kickoff event for Relay for Life of 2016 will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in...  Read More »

Theatre Company takes on Star Wars

Theatre Company takes on Star Wars

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer

May the force be with thee. The Theatre Company announced on Wednesday, Jan. 13 that the...  Read More »

A&E

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 »

Cage the Elephant – Tell Me I’m Pretty Review

Cage the Elephant – Tell Me I’m Pretty Review

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Senior Staff Writer

Cage the Elephant released its new album, Tell Me I’m Pretty, on Dec. 18, 2015. Cage...  Read More »

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Features

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 »

Glen Rock student tranfers to Bergen Catholic

Glen Rock student tranfers to Bergen Catholic

by Caroline Griffin, Staff Writer

Jack Walker, former sophomore student at Glen Rock High School,  transferred to Bergen Catholic...  Read More »

Graphic novel class joins high school curriculum

Graphic novel class joins high school curriculum

by Patricia Whyte, Staff White

A new course will be added to the English curriculum next year, entitled “The Graphic Novel.” The...  Read More »

Opinion

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 »

Glen Rock residents weigh in on social media

Glen Rock residents weigh in on social media

by Lilia Wood, Editor-in-Chief

Post. Reply. Comment. Like. Share. The Glen Rockers Facebook group is a virtual public forum for cu...  Read More »

Opting for the safe ride

Opting for the safe ride

by Anna Barton, Senior Staff Writer

As the cold winter weather approaches, it is very undesirable to walk to and from various locations...  Read More »

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