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Legally Blonde the Musical ticket sale is tomorrow

Legally Blonde the Musical ticket sale is tomorrow

by Sophie Ferreri, Head Copy Editor February 7, 2018

Tickets for the high school production of Legally Blonde the Musical will be on sale tomorrow during lunch and the following period in the Hamilton circle lobby. Tickets will also be on sale 30 minutes...

Toffell poses with girls varsity soccer captains, Camille Juliana (‘18) and Olivia Trapaghen (‘18). Toffell is said to have an amazing relationship with both players and coaches along with being super interactive with the crowd no matter the sport.

Local photographer becomes household name after years of struggle

by Sophie Ferreri, Head Copy Editor January 22, 2018

The entire Red Bull arena looked as if they had just ripped off their day job uniforms, barely making it to their seats before kick off. Businessmen by day and soccer fanatics by night. It was a Wednesday...

Why I don't want my Senior Prom at The Space Odyssey

Why I don’t want my Senior Prom at The Space Odyssey

by The Glen Echo Staff December 11, 2017

The Senior Prom. It’s the big one we all look forward to since we first enter high school. Previously, the formality of Glen Rock’s school dances have always progressed by grade in regards to venue...

Boys varsity soccer appeal shut down

Boys varsity soccer appeal shut down

by Sophie Ferreri, Head Copy Editor November 15, 2017

It was a long, hard fought season and no one was ready to let it go that easily. Four Glen Rock boys soccer parents marched into the sports lobby the Monday morning following the semi-final loss to...

Sophomore, Oscar Horwitz, reaches to retrieve his phone at the end of class.

New content filter implemented for school’s network

by Sophie Ferreri, Head Copy Editor October 1, 2017

Students waiting for their Snapchats to send should lose all hope. A new content filter was implemented within the high school’s computer network this school year. The content filter categorizes websites...

In the first week of May, the compost bin was finally put in the cafeteria for students to use during lunch. Environmental students sat near the compost bin to encourage and remind students they now have the option to compost.

Senior girl leaves footprint on disposal system

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer June 6, 2017

Senior girl's passion driven compost project for the cafeteria finally became tangible after months of hard work on May 1. Next to the trash can and the recycle bin, students finally had the option to...

Junior Nick McRae won a silver medal at at the International Career Development Conference on April 13.

Junior wins silver medal in DECA competition

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer April 19, 2017

After months of study sessions and practicing, junior Nick McRae, earned a silver medal at the International Career Development Conference on April 13. Months prior, in the fall, as he signed his name...

The team gathers with a minute left in the fourth quarter.

Boys varsity basketball stays in title mix with win

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer February 6, 2017

After two consecutive tough losses, the boy’s varsity basketball team’s achieved redemption against rival Rutherford. Coach Mittleman is on the hunt for a share of the division title. The team...

Merve Gunduz, owner of Merve's Kitchen and Bakery, is more than happy with her new location and set up oppose to the shop she left behind in Istanbul, Turkey. She hopes this bakery will continue to savor its coziness.

Turkish Delight

Run by the former owner of a successful Turkish bakery brand, Merve's Bakery on Rock Road serves a Middle-East/New York fusion of pastries, breads, and other baked goods.
by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer February 1, 2017

One cramped hand whisked while the other hand wiped the sweat and flour off her forehead, yet her stubborn smile flashed in front of the crowd of fellow, hungry classmates crammed into her tiny home in...

Ms. Silleo shares insightful words with her junior class after instructing a yoga class before winter break. She reminds her students to revert back to breathing techniques learned in the class and to have a safe, fun holiday.

Bend, twist, stretch into the new year

by Sophie Ferreri, Senior Staff Writer January 6, 2017

If your apathy for a typical cardio or muscle workout keeps you from reaching your fitness goals, you’re in need of an introduction to a new form of physical activity to attain your New Year's resolutions. Dr....

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