City Lights

City Lights

May 14, 2019


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Students Take a Trip to Martinique

Students Take a Trip to Martinique

Rhiannon Swanson, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2019


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Over spring break, some French students and the French teachers stayed on the island of Martinique as a way to truly receive the French island experience. “We wanted to immerse our students in the culture of a Francophone country. We found that traveling is the best way to incorporate authentic...

Green Room holds charity show for AIDS

Green Room holds charity show for AIDS

Courtney Mettler, Sports Editor

May 14, 2019


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In their first year of holding a Benefit Show, Green Room was able to raise $376 for the Aids Foundation of Chicago (AFC) on April 17. Students in Green Room got the opportunity to write, direct and act during the fundraiser. It was meant to teach students how to write and go through the workshop...

MUSE allows students to showcase creativity

Ian Doyle, Managing Editor

May 14, 2019


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The various fine arts clubs and classes around the school held their annual art show MUSE on May 1, celebrating all of the art and creativity of their students. In the balcony above the cafeteria, various photos, paintings, and sculptures were put on display for the whole week. Awards were given...

Girls track sends thrower to State

Girls track sends thrower to State

Emily Huculak, Sports Editor

May 14, 2019


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This year, the members of the girls track team are working hard and pushing each other to be the best. They ended their indoor season with a NLCC first place title due to hard work, dedication, and the relationships they have built. “We had the most successful indoor season the program has ever seen....

#TheBigGame

#TheBigGame

Rhiannon Swanson, Sports and Opinon Editor

March 15, 2019


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On Friday March 8, North came together to watch the Special Olympics Basketball game and support the Inclusion Revolution.

Science Olympiad advances to State

Science Olympiad advances to State

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

March 15, 2019


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After a second place finish at the College of Lake County Regional Competition on March 9, Science Olympiad is advancing to State on April 13. “Science Olympiad is headed by two school sponsors, Megan Sylverne and Jennifer Grutza. We also have Alec Renner as an event coach for the vast majority of...

Girls soccer faces Crystal Lake South for first game

Girls soccer faces Crystal Lake South for first game

Ellen Stojak, Executive Editor

March 13, 2019


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Girls soccer faced off against Crystal Lake South for their first game on March 12. Despite a close 0-0 game at half, Crystal Lake South had an opportunity in the second half that lead to a 0-1 loss for North. The team is trying a new formation that will allow them to focus on their strengths in th...

GNHS hosts Carnival to celebrate French and German cultures

GNHS hosts Carnival to celebrate French and German cultures

Emily Huculak, Sports Editor

March 12, 2019


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On Thursday, Feb. 28th, the French and German Clubs hosted a Carnival to celebrate French and German culture. “French and German Clubs hosted "Carnival" to offer a fun event for students related to the holiday celebrated this time of year in both French and German-speaking countries...namely Swi...

Green Room produces musical ‘Fame’

Green Room produces musical ‘Fame’

Maggie Walker, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


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This spring, Grayslake North Theatre Company will be producing a musical called “Fame.” It will be performed on March 9, 8, 10, 14, 15 and 16. Over the two weekends, they expect to see a lot of people coming to see the show because of the love “Fame” has gotten in the past. “‘Fame’,...

Student Athletes commit to colleges

Maggie Walker, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


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Every year, North has student-athletes that work to get the attention of colleges. Throughout the nation, there are even more kids looking to do the same thing. “I would say 99 percent of the time it’s really based on grades. It’s not even all the time based on their athletic ability. Really what...

Winter Guard excels in new season

Winter Guard excels in new season

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

February 12, 2019


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The Winter Guard team practices for three hours every Wednesday and three hours on either Monday or Tuesday in order to make and perfect their routine for competitions and showcases. “In the Color Guard season, it’s all on the football field, but for Winter Guard, it’s on the basketball court....

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