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Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

Class of 2016 takes over Cupid’s Cafe

by Christina Howie, Staff Writer
January 14, 2015 • 593 views
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On Thursday, Jan. 8, the Class of 2016 officers held a meeting to discuss the much-anticipated Cupid’s Café, a Valentine’s Day themed cabaret style evening, which will be held at Glen Rock High School on Feb. 18. Cupid’s Café is a mellower version of coffee house performances. During this...

Dedication of sophomore class officers pays off

by Colin Morrow, staff Writer
January 13, 2015 • 514 views
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When a class looks to raise money for an event, they need not only great leadership from the advisers, but from the officers as well. The sophomore class officers have used new and innovative techniques to advertise the new fundraisers. Ultimately, the class officers hope that these techniques will...

The Road to Semi

The Road to Semi

January 7, 2015 • 506 views
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The sophomore class officers have one major goal in sight: Raise money for the semi-formal dance at the end of the year. Sophomore class officers Ryan Dooner (president), Julia Rooney (vice president), Megan Tatigian (corresponding secretary), Kevin Sheahen (recording secretary), and Anne Nebbia (tr...

Glen Rock gives through Glen Rock Gives

by Julie Singh, Staff Writer
December 11, 2014 • 553 views
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Santa’s elves won’t be the only ones lending a helping hand this holiday season. Members of Glen Rock Gives, a new outreach club offered at Glen Rock High School, plan to volunteer their time to help local residents alleviate their pre-holiday stresses. This new club, entering its second year,...

Giving good, getting thanks

by Julie Singh, Staff Writer
November 20, 2014 • 596 views
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Among the many holidays celebrated by those at Glen Rock High School, Thanksgiving is something special. Glen Rock students, faculty and residents participate in events and activities that shine a light on helping others and giving back. Over the past two weeks, the Interact Club has made tremendous...

What can you expect from the Glen Rock Theatre Company this year?

What can you expect from the Glen Rock Theatre Company this year?

by Mia Ramdayal, Staff Writer
October 28, 2014 • 569 views
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To start, you can have some “Great Expectations” for the Glen Rock Theatre Company this fall. For its first major performance of the year, the Theatre Company, led by teacher Juliet McKinley for the last three years, has selected Great Expectations. The play, based on the novel by Charles Dickens, is traditionally performed in England and has ...

¡Vamos a España!

¡Vamos a España!

by Julie Singh, Staff Writer
October 20, 2014 • 541 views
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Fourteen Glen Rock High School students will embark on “el viaje a España” or “the trip to Spain” at the end of October. This journey marks the first year that the Cultural Exchange Club will venture to Spain. Although the club usually takes a trip to the Czech Republic, this year they decided...

Table tennis club: a hard serve?

Table tennis club: a hard serve?

by Laura Yuan, Staff Writer
October 2, 2014 • 561 views
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The 40mm ball flies across the table as the play begins, the spin almost imperceptible to the untrained eye. “Very few people in the country have ever seen a good [table tennis] player play in person. The speed and rotation of the ball can’t be seen on TV,” said Mr. Feldman, the psychology teacher...

Check Mate

Check Mate

by Anne Vandervalk, Staff Writer
September 29, 2014 • 373 views
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After losing many seniors and standout players from last year, the chess team is looking to have another outstanding season. Last year’s chess team went undefeated after competing against several different teams, including Midland Park and Passaic County Tech. Even though they are now a younger team,...

Gone Clubbing

Gone Clubbing

by Colin Morrow, Staff Writer
September 24, 2014 • 512 views
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Students of all grades swarmed the courtyard during the lunch period to participate in the club walk-around on Wednesday, Sept. 17. Along the grassy area were 17 tables, all offering the students a chance to join their clubs. The weather was warm and sunny, creating a positive mood for students as they...

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