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Top 10 trends of 2016

by Kate Casey, Advertising and Business Manager
January 11, 2017 • 114 views
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10. Mannequin Challenge- This social media trend became popular in late October after students from Edward H. White High School in Jacksonville, Fla., uploaded a video of student posing in a frozen scene while playing the song “Black Beatles” by Rae Sremmurd. Many classes have participated in...

Rehearsals begin for upcoming musical

Rehearsals begin for upcoming musical

by Jordan Carr, Staff Writer
January 9, 2017 • 117 views
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The family’s coming back together in the upcoming production of the Addams Family. Actors and actresses began their rehearsals on Dec. 5 after auditions were over and character roles were chosen. “It's something I'm very passionate about. It's really cool to stop being yourself for a little bit a...

Glenconian goes back in time

Glenconian goes back in time

by Dylaney Sabino, Staff Writer
January 6, 2017 • 121 views
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The Glenconian yearbook staff recently took theme shots for the 2016-17 yearbook. Advisers Ms. Deborah Cella and Mr. Scott Kupka worked with three main editors as well as the cast and directors of each theme shot to start the process. Each year, participating students select a theme for the year...

Overloaded streets make driving, parking difficult near high school

Overloaded streets make driving, parking difficult near high school

by Julia Rooney, Managing Editor
January 5, 2017 • 601 views
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In a town less than three square miles, it might be expected that most students would walk to school each morning. Yet, the vast majority of students, approximately 85 percent, travel to school by car. The Glen Rock High School zone was not designed to handle as much traffic as it does today, however. In...

Toys-for-Tots drive returns for holiday season

Toys-for-Tots drive returns for holiday season

by Caroline Griffin, Senior Staff Writer
January 4, 2017 • 58 views
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The class of 2018 supported the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program in hopes to give a less fortunate child a new present on Christmas. For the fourth consecutive year a collection box was put in the Hamilton Lobby. Donations for new and unwrapped toys were available for anyone to drop...

Miracle on Roxbury Place

Miracle on Roxbury Place

by Ben Solomon, Senior Staff Writer
December 20, 2016 • 108 views
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Melissa Lappin received a hand me down sewing machine from her mother in 2011, and she started sewing as a hobby. By 2016, that hobby had evolved into a business. Roxbury place is an online store run by Lappin where she sells handbags that are designed and sewn by her. More recently, Lappin started ...

Hacking the holidays: 2016 gift guide

Hacking the holidays: 2016 gift guide

by Michelle De Maria, Facebook and Instagram Manager
December 15, 2016 • 126 views
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Is your dad’s smile slowly (but surely) getting smaller each year he opens up another disappointing pair of socks? Do you have a feeling your mom is going to be let down (yet again) when she opens up a mug for the fourth year in a row? Do you find yourself constantly leaving the mall 60 dollars poo...

Senior’s coffeehouse finale, freshman’s coffeehouse debut

Senior’s coffeehouse finale, freshman’s coffeehouse debut

by Sophia Ferreri, Snapchat Manager
December 13, 2016 • 123 views
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The Mobius Club put together their annual Coffeehouse on Thursday, Dec. 1. Students from all grades showed off their musical talent as the cafeteria, filled with students and parents, boomed with applause. This Coffeehouse was the last for senior Megan Stoddard and the first for freshman Delaney...

McNicholas retires after 14 years

McNicholas retires after 14 years

by Julia Blando, Copy Editor
December 5, 2016 • 169 views
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14 years ago, Ms. Patricia Mahoney, head of the English department, interviewed a “very, very experienced teacher” with “snappy style” and a “huge heart” for an English teaching position. This teacher was obviously qualified for the job, having years of experience, starting in 1968, and teaching ...

Recently renovated faculty room in disuse

Recently renovated faculty room in disuse

by Patricia Whyte, Staff Writer
December 1, 2016 • 219 views
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Open jars of food in the cabinets, crusty peanut butter left on the counters, expired, and moldy food left in the fridge. The faculty room is intended to be used as a retreat for teachers from their workspace, but lately the room has been left in poor condition. Three years ago, the interior design classes...

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