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Not just a beauty pageant

Not just a beauty pageant

by Alyssa Kitz, Staff Writer
June 2, 2017 • 1,035 views
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In front of a Broadway-style vanity, one with big circular lights lining above the perimeter of its mirror, Stephanie Ferrari stood. She was a small town girl who wanted to make it to the stars, according to her Glen Rock High School yearbook. But an actress standing in front of a vanity was all sh...

Eons Greek fast food restaurant opens with healthy options

Eons Greek fast food restaurant opens with healthy options

by Christine Nappi, Staff Writer
June 1, 2017 • 80 views
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A new Greek fast food place aiming to spread health in the food industry opened May 26 in Paramus, NJ. Owner George Georgiades, former executive chef of the high end Greek seafood eatery, Varka, intended for a quieter opening of his restaurant ‘Eons’ to prevent overwhelming aspects that come...

Glen Rock and Ridgewood to raise pride flags for LGBT Pride Month

Glen Rock and Ridgewood to raise pride flags for LGBT Pride Month

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer
May 24, 2017 • 268 views
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Glen Rock and Ridgewood will raise rainbow pride flags on June 1 in Wilde Memorial Park and Van Neste Park respectively in acknowledgement of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month after a small controversy in Ridgewood regarding the raising of the flag. The rainbow pride flag, designed...

Graduating with cancer

Graduating with cancer

by Nicole Settlow, Staff Writer
May 19, 2017 • 552 views
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Danny Goldsmith. Just a normal kid trying to make his way through high school. His senior year, running track and playing basketball. He had a girlfriend and a bunch of close friends. What could possibly go wrong… As a kid Danny never had any real health problems, besides when he was 5 and had h...

In the era of cyberbullying, any type of bullying still hurts

In the era of cyberbullying, any type of bullying still hurts

by olivia Traphagen, senior staff writer
May 12, 2017 • 5 views
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Cyber bullying and cyber harassment are a huge part of child endangerment in small towns, including Glen Rock.

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Playing for the flag on her back

Playing for the flag on her back

by Colin Morrow, Editor-In-Chief
May 10, 2017 • 389 views
Filed under Carousel Featured Article, Features, Showcase, Sports, Sports - The Panther Den

As her alarm sounds at 5 a.m., Emily struggles to get herself out of bed. It is still pitch-black outside, and most of Glen Rock is still fast asleep. After all, the weekend is meant for people to relax and enjoy their time off. But for junior Emily Males, the weekend means rising up before the sun to...

In the spotlight

In the spotlight

by James Boisits, Staff Writer
May 3, 2017 • 104 views
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A Mistake to Remember With Glen Rock leading the Hawthorne Bears 54-39 on January 21, 2016 in one of the final games in the basketball team’s season, one Glen Rock player sat on the bench, begging to go in.With only a minute and 30 seconds left and Glen Rock holding a commanding lead, Sergio Galv...

A pilgrimage for peace

A pilgrimage for peace

by Isis Kirkland, Staff Writer
May 2, 2017 • 76 views
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While she teaches Spanish to a class of students in D-124 of Glen Rock High School, her sister is in Africa. It's a far way away from where Ms. Taylor Poruks teaches her Spanish classes, but it doesn't mean her sister can't pitch in on a lesson.  In the classroom, off-white cinder blocks comprise the w...

Through the fire

Through the fire

by Jenny DeStefano, Staff Writer
April 21, 2017 • 511 views
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Footsteps coasting against a freshly sanded wood floor, 14-year-old Isis Kirkland smelled the new timber of her rebuilt home with an odd familiarity. She hadn’t walked through this door since March 21, 2015, almost two years back. It would take some time to decide whether or not this home was better than th...

Looking through the lens

Looking through the lens

by Githmie Goonatilleke, Copy Editor
April 19, 2017 • 238 views
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It’s 3 a.m. The sun has yet to rise and a young Ken Kerbs has yet to fall asleep. Unlike the average 1970s high school student who came home from school, did his homework and went to sleep, Kenny Kerbs would finish his homework and go down to his darkroom, conveniently located in his basement. Fro...

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