The Glen Echo

Homecoming game predictions

by Neil Sahu and Aarav Kochar October 22, 2021

Statistics/Info: The Glen Rock Panthers are ready to battle it out this Friday for our homecoming game against the Manchester Regional Falcons. Glen Rock, sitting at 3-2, will look towards working their...

The Glen Echo and Under The Rock Present: Graduation Spotlights

by Kevin Lederer, Yethmie Goonatilleke, and James Stewart June 24, 2021

Arshnoor Kaur was named Valedictorian for Glen Rock High School’s graduating class of 2021. Kaur has spent countless hours working to have the best GPA. She says that having a set study schedule...

This photograph is of Sgt. Marshall in a field at some point during the war. This image is also the front cover of his book.

Hometown Heroes: Farm-boy-turned-soldier Sgt. John F. Marshall told of his experience during World War II

by Liv McCorry, Staff Writer June 24, 2021

Two years ago, in June of 2019 I was a curious seventh grade girl with an opportunity like no other. Assigned a project on World War II for my Social Studies class, I chose to sit down with a World War...

High school students surveyed for schedule preferences

by Ethan Diamond, Staff Writer June 24, 2021

Students at Glen Rock high school were asked about their preferences for multiple different aspects of the schedule, including start times, period length, and drop schedules. This past school year has...

How many hours do high school students sleep at night?

How many hours do high school students sleep at night?

by Neil Sahu June 23, 2021

Many high school students have an overload of work each night, and they are very busy throughout the day. Because of this, they may not be able to sleep well at night, and this can cause many negative...

Glen Rock High School underclassmen elective preference: Do students pick electives based on their favorite core class?

by Naomi Bashan and Louisa Billingsley June 21, 2021

For the past 5 years, a theory in which some people have a “right” brain, and others have a “left” brain has spread online. Someone with a left brain is thought to be more methodical and analytical...

The case of sexism in the gaming community

The case of sexism in the gaming community

by Aarav Kochar, Staff Writer June 18, 2021

For so long, the gaming community has been portrayed as a toxic environment, as to where cases like the House Representative Marcus Evans Jr introduced a bill that banned the sale of violent games, but...

Average number of AP classes a senior has taken throughout their high school career

Glen Rock seniors rank their AP classes based on difficulty

by Lily Renga and Isabella Mittelman June 16, 2021

Have you ever sat in your guidance meeting to schedule your classes for next year and thought, am I taking too many hard classes at once? Am I not taking enough? Oftentimes, underclassmen are stuck between...

From unethical labs to your makeup bag, cosmetics remain an animal rights issue

From unethical labs to your makeup bag, cosmetics remain an animal rights issue

by Charlotte Siohan, Freelance Writer June 14, 2021

In the 2021 short film-mockumentary “Save Ralph,” stars such as Taika Waititi and Ricky Gervais spread a powerful message regarding the inhumane practice of cosmetics testing on animals. The animated...

As they mentally prepare for their upcoming match, the bowling team stops for a picture to express their team spirit and their success throughout the season.

How the 2021 winter sports seasons were affected by Covid-19: Bowling and Wrestling

by Michael Taromina, Staff Writer June 9, 2021

As the fall season came to an end, and the cold weather brought a resurgence and increased fear of COVID-19, it was tough to imagine a successful winter sports season would transpire, let alone happen....

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