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Yoo and family at Honey Day’s grand opening. Honey Day is located on Rock Road in Glen Rock.

“Our flavors can coexist”: Honey Day owner Linda Yoo talks fusion, food, and faith

by Yethmie Goonatilleke and Cadia Warner April 28, 2023

Shortly after moving to Glen Rock in 2021, Linda Yoo found herself sitting in front of a vacant building space one day, peacefully sipping on a drink from Starbucks while pondering her current lifestyle....

How much time do Glen Rock High School’s courses take?

by Nick Tufano, Staff Writer April 28, 2023

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The Overlooked Misogyny of March Madness

by Mia Vergel de Dios, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

The month of March is one of the busiest months of the year, given the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, the start of Spring sports, Women’s History Month, and the crazy college basketball tournaments,...

Sonia Sotomayor: An Inspiration

by Elena Collado, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

As it is now women’s history month it is important to recognize the women today who are continuing to break barriers and inspire millions. Sonia Sotomayor is one of those women. She was the first Hispanic...

Fun facts about the founding of Women’s History Month

by Emma Belasco and Emilia Pizzillo March 30, 2023

It’s March! Which means this month we are celebrating and honoring women’s history. Women’s History Month started in 1981, when Congress passed Pub. L. 100-9, which officially designated March as...

The same pep rally every time: Students express need for new activities amidst lack of school spirit

by Yethmie Goonatilleke, Editor-in-Chief March 29, 2023

The latest pep rally held at the end of February featured an astounding lack of participation from the senior class, so much so that the stands felt a bit empty. That same week, a spirit week took place...

Hazardous train derailment continues to pose threats to the people of East Palestine, Ohio, even weeks after the catastrophe

by Gianna Vacari, Staff Writer March 1, 2023

The derailment of a train carrying toxic industrial chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio, has posed a number of serious repercussions for residents of the small town. Shortly following the disaster which...

Turkey and Syria’s Recent Earthquakes

by Teddy Machera, Staff Writer March 1, 2023

Just earlier this month, tragedy struck when the neighboring countries of Turkey and Syria were impacted with highly destructive earthquakes. These earthquakes, which have lingered in their effect, have...

The woman who overcame it all

by Mia Benyamin, Staff Writer March 1, 2023

“A romanticist, an enabler and a student”; three words that perfectly describe a woman who has been through it all. She has suffered and she has prospered, yet she’s never allowed anybody to bring...

Why Ticketmaster’s monopoly on the ticketing industry hinders the joy of live entertainment

by Yethmie Goonatilleke, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2023

Scoring tickets to a high-demand concert has become one of the most stress-inducing and cutthroat processes for diehard fans. On top of being placed in a never-ending queue with thousands of people ahead...

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