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Rampant flooding overtakes Paterson

Rampant flooding overtakes Paterson

by Elena Collado, Staff Writer January 31, 2024

Throughout the months of January and December, there have been numerous occurrences of extreme weather events, the most recent being the rain and wind storm that occurred during early January. This rainstorm...

New Year’s Resolutions:  Can they be detrimental to your mental health?

New Year’s Resolutions: Can they be detrimental to your mental health?

by Rosy McGowan, Staff Writer December 21, 2023

When December rolls around, New Year’s resolutions are supposed to be a healthy tradition in which you recognize a new, refreshing beginning to improve yourself and any habits you may not want to carry...

Glen Rock Alum goes on CNN to discuss antisemitic threats on college campuses

by Neil Sahu, Copy Editor November 30, 2023

On October 30th, 2023, Davian Gekman, a leader of the National Jewish Student Union, was recently featured in a CNN interview, discussing some of the events that have been going on at campus and how the...

Sponz Alley is located in the art hallway.

Horses Can Fly

by Ken Kerbs, Glen Echo Staff 1975-1978 April 28, 2023

For a college class I’m taking in education, I had to watch a film about a successful Broadway singer, William Martinez, whose life was changed by his 8th grade music teacher. It brought back a lot of...

Winter Athlete of the Year

Winter Athlete of the Year

by James Stewart, Sports Beat Manager March 30, 2023

The Glen Echo is happy to announce the official Winter Athlete of the Year: Senior Colin Redmond. From the moment he first stepped on the ice, Colin Redmond fell in love with the game of hockey. “I...

Winter Athlete of the Year

by James Stewart, Sports Beat Manager March 1, 2023

Every year, The Glen Echo announces our ‘Winter Athlete of the Year’, alongside our spring and fall award winners. This year’s fall athlete of the year was senior Fiona Reilly. After extensive research...

The January Blues; How we really should be handling it

by Ellie Hughes, Feature Editor January 25, 2023

A new year brings new expectations and the prospect of upstaging the last 12 months can be very exciting, but it can also be extremely draining. You might feel like you should be celebrating all you have...

Fall Athlete of the Year

by Stella Traphagen, Sports Editor December 22, 2022

The Glen Echo is happy to announce the official Fall Athlete of the Year: Senior Fiona Reilly.  After moving to Glen Rock, Reilly's goal was to make the 3rd grade Shooting Stars A team, as she walked...

“This isn’t who we are:” Bathrooms Vandalized

by Cole Tennant and Kieran Kennedy December 22, 2022

A crisis has struck Glen Rock High School leaving the boys bathrooms ravaged. Vandalism has hit the GRHS bathrooms hard in the past year leaving more than $2000 in damages to four different bathrooms.  Since...

College football bowl season: What to watch for

by James Stewart, Sports Beat Manager December 22, 2022

For sports fans around the world, this winter has been one of the most exciting in recent memory. From the World Cup in Qatar to the NFL, NBA, and NHL in full swing, everyone has something that they can...

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