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April Fools Day: A Holiday In Decline

by Andrew Vincenti, Opinion Editor April 30, 2024

April Fools is a classic holiday meant to celebrate people’s love for pulling light-hearted pranks. However, in recent years, April Fools has been declining in popularity, as people are playing less...

2024 Valedictorian and Salutatorian

by Neil Sahu, Copy Editor April 30, 2024

The 2023-24 Valedictorian and Salutatorian were announced on Mar. 19. Daniel Erani was named Valedictorian and Virginia Liang was named Salutatorian. The valedictorian is a student who has the highest...

Sharing the arts: an experience for everyone

by Jenesis Brun, Feature Editor April 30, 2024

For the past few years, Glen Rock High School has hosted the Sharing the Arts program through the community school. It was first directed by Ms. Brown, a retired dance teacher. Then passed down to Mrs....

What March Madness means for the world of finance: Analyzing the uproar beyond the basketball Court

What March Madness means for the world of finance: Analyzing the uproar beyond the basketball Court

by Gianna Vaccari, Staff Writer March 21, 2024

In America, college sports bring together friends, family, colleagues, and the esteemed universities themselves. Yet, the month of March is arguably the most captivating month of the year. As the National...

Plastic Bag Ban: Winners and losers

Plastic Bag Ban: Winners and losers

by Sean Lederer, Staff Writer March 21, 2024

New Jersey’s Plastic Pollution Reduction Act is a law that bans single-use plastic bags in all stores. The law came into effect in May of 2022 and was promoted as a positive environmental change. Although...

Segway seasons: a look into the contrast between winter and spring

by Jenesis Brun, Feature Editor March 21, 2024

As the winter season comes to a close and spring approaches, there are a lot of new changes in the atmosphere. The obvious ones, such as weather and clothing options, are big but the fact that people's...

Spring Sports Are Starting!

by Neil Sahu and Nicholas Tufano March 21, 2024

As the sun begins shining brighter and the groundhog spots his shadow, we say goodbye to a cold winter and send off a warm hello to Spring and the sports it brings with it. The seniors who graduated last...

Womens History Month: A brief history and it at GRHS

by Ellie Hughes, Social Media Manager March 21, 2024

After asking a variety of female teachers at Glen Rock High School the simple question of, “What does GRHS do to celebrate women’s history month?” A common theme was found among all of the responses....

Punxsutawney Phil brings good news, but should we listen?

by Andrew Vincenti, Opinion Editor March 1, 2024

Bright and early on February 2nd, 2024, Punxsutawney Phil emerged, as many onlookers awaited to see what the critter would do. The decision was finalized at 7:28 in the morning, Phil the beloved groundhog...

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Dream Cars of GRHS

by Matt Barchetto, Staff Writer February 29, 2024

Hi there. Matt Barchetto here with another exciting automotive editorial that both of my readers will enjoy. Based on what I write about, clearly I had nothing to do for Valentine’s Day, so I interviewed...

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