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Butler's  name tag worn during the event.

Butler family recreates Outdoor School

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer June 16, 2016

The Outdoor School is a four-day residential program at Shaver's Creek reservation in Petersburg, Pennsylvania. It is run by Pennsylvania State University's nature center as well as its students and faculty....

Six Flag's El Toro. It is one of the park's longest and fastest coasters.

Students learn roller coaster physics

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer June 9, 2016

Velocity, momentum, and kinetic energy are three of the most important concepts taught in physics. However, many people do not know -- or consider -- how or where these ideas apply in the real world....

One of several murals painted in Asbury Park by a local artist.

Photo students explore Asbury Park restoration

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer June 2, 2016

Photo teacher Joanne Ross accompanied 43 students to photograph Asbury Park on Tuesday, May 24. The trip was open to students taking Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, and Honors Photography. Students boarded...

Freshmen Shaina Ahmed, Grace DeSalvo, and Emily Campbell enjoying their first spring concert.

Glen Rock honors Les Mis in 2016 spring concert

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer May 24, 2016

The band and concert choir gathered together on Wednesday, May 18 for the 2016 spring concert. Because the high school's concerts are known for doing a variety of pieces from Broadway, the concert...

Seniors Jake Aboyoun, Benny Fontana, and Harrison Gale in their final production;  Star Wars- Episode iv: Verily, a New Hope.

Seniors give farewell to the Theatre Company

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer May 10, 2016

It is a bittersweet time for those in the Theatre Company. While many members are anticipating the writer's workshop event, several seniors are feeling nostalgic because it is their last show they will...

Ms. Ross stated that she will miss her colleagues and students, but she hopes to come and visit in the future.

Photo teacher retires after 27 years

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer May 10, 2016

It is a warm spring day at Syracuse University. From a distance, she could see the grass of the football field simmer, fresh green, and the seats shone silver and blue. The lenses of her Twin-Reflex camera...

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 Les Miserables is considered the third longest running show on Broaway.

Choir opens up Les Misérables trip to all students

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer May 3, 2016

Les Misérables otherwise known in English-speaking countries as Les Mis or Les Miz is a critically acclaimed Broadway musical written by Alan Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg . The musical is originally...

Before beginning the routine at the Eastern Synchronized Skating Championship in 2014, each skater was asked to introduce themselves with the beginning pose.

Go figure

by Mia Ramdayal, Staff Writer April 27, 2016

It is 6 a.m. on a Saturday morning in December. A large parking lot in Orange County, NJ is almost entirely empty despite a few cars clustered near Dunkin Donuts, where caffeine awaits to wake skaters...

Photo Credit: Mia Ramdayal Based on the Kaplan PSAT survey results, 66% of students found the maths section to be the most challenging section on the new PSAT.

Counselors host PSAT interpretation night

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer January 19, 2016

On the week before the final administration of the current SAT format on Jan. 23, some students and parents are already looking toward the future. The PSAT/NMSQT, otherwise known as the National Merit...

Although most students take the test during freshmen year, the test is available for students in both Middle and High school

Freshmen take learning style inventory assessment

by Mia Ramdayal, Senior Staff Writer December 23, 2015

According to the American Psychological Association, there are many ways students can learn and obtain information. Studies call these different methods “learning styles.” On Nov. 23rd and Nov....

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