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College should be a requirement for high school athletes

College should be a requirement for high school athletes

by Jared Brassil, Staff Writer June 7, 2018

All-stars like Michael Jordan, Lebron James, or Kobe Bryant don’t come around that often.  There isn’t a Steph Curry in every draft class, and even if there is, there is only one player out of the...

We shouldn't have finals

We shouldn’t have finals

by Jared Brassil, Staff Writer May 25, 2018

Finals can be the most stressful, chaotic, and worrisome time in a high school student’s career.  All the pressure of the previous marking periods culminates to one, final, two-hour test. But why is...

Glen Rock Varsity Coaching staff poses with the State Championship, after an 8-1 victory over Wall Township.  From left to right Sergio Fernandez, Zane Kalemba, Anthony Yelovich, Frank Del Tuffo, and Dillon Driver.

From the blue paint to bench

by Jared Brassil, Staff Writer February 19, 2018

In his college hockey years, Zane Kalemba assistant varsity hockey coach, was playing in a D1 summer league.  In the finals, varsity hockey coach Anthony Yelovich, was pushed down on a breakaway and lifted...

Evan Van Duffelen, junior at Glen Rock High School, read ¨To Kill a Mockingbird¨ during class.   To Kill a Mockingbird teaches students about social inequality and injustice, as well as the importance of education of the youth.

English teachers learn new style to teach “To Kill a Mockingbird”

by Jared Brassil, Staff Writer November 3, 2017

English teachers traveled to Montclair State University to learn a new way to teach “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. The main speaker at the seminar was David Schwartz and was run through...

The 9/11 memorial located at Veterans Park.

Town council votes to stop future meetings on Sept. 11

by Jared Brassil, Staff Writer September 28, 2017

The Town Council voted to reschedule meetings if they were to fall on Sept. 11 in the future. The vote, which was proposed by Councilman Mike O’Hagan and seconded by Councilwoman Amy Martin, was conducted...

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