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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....

Do audiobooks destroy the purpose of reading?

Do audiobooks destroy the purpose of reading?

by Katie Mae Yetter, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

I remember when I was 4  years old, my mother put a small book in my hands with a few sight words. I will never forget what I felt when I realized I was reading. I vividly remember running around my grandma’s...

Winter Athlete of the Year

Winter Athlete of the Year

March 26, 2021

The 2020 Fall Athlete of the Year determined by the readers vote was… Junior Girls Soccer player Jillian Luftman. In her second year on varsity Luftman helped anchor the back end for what turned out...

After an arduous meet with skilled competition, the varsity cross country girls team pose for a quick picture with their medals after they earn the title of League Champions.

How the 2020 fall sports seasons were affected by Covid-19: Cross Country and Tennis

by Michael Taromina, Sports Beat Manager January 15, 2021

The upbringing of COVID-19 throughout the year 2020 has no doubt caused many adjustments and alterations to be made to certain entities, but one distinguished change that was brought about was the high...

As the players safely huddle up before the onset of a game, coaches and captains remind all athletes that despite the challenges that the past year has brought, their love and effort toward the sport will always prevail to success.

How the 2020 fall sports seasons were affected by Covid-19: Football and Cheerleading

by Michael Taromina, Sports Beat Manager January 11, 2021

The upbringing of COVID-19 throughout the year 2020 has no doubt caused many adjustments and alterations to be made to certain entities, but one distinguished change that was brought about was the high...

Jack Strawhorn lays a wreath.

A new holiday tradition emerges at Glen Rock

by Justin DeStaso and Jack Strawhorn December 22, 2020

When Dr. Michael Parent became the 6-12 principal at Glen Rock at the beginning of this school year, he wanted to do something to unite the high school with the rest of the town. With the holidays being...

Glen Rock senior uses computer science skills to create his own website

by Ryan LeBlanc, Social Media Manager (Instagram) December 14, 2020

Kevin Kennedy, also known as “The Fresh Prince,” is a senior at Glen Rock High School who is passionate about computer science and will look to work in this field in the future. Kennedy recently...

Panthers prepare for homecoming game versus first-place Hawthorne

by Mack Alvino, Sports Beat Manager October 21, 2020

The homecoming game has arrived. Glen Rock meets Hawthorne on the gridiron to renew a rivalry older than anyone involved. Thanks to Hawthorne’s 7-6 win over Pompton Lakes last week, the Panthers are...

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