Seniors plan for fun over the summer

Morgan Buckley, Executive Editor May 7, 2021

Seniors at North get excited for their summer plans, which include hanging out with friends and family and working at their jobs. Seniors also want to take advantage of their last summer together before...

The feminist movement evolves over the years

Michelle Szul, In-Depth Editor May 7, 2021

Feminism has been around in the world for a very long time, across many different countries in different waves. In America, it is recorded that the first wave of feminism began at the Seneca Falls Convention...

Vaccine release and other safety opportunities allow for people to see their family and friends

Lillien Salas, Staff Reporter April 29, 2021

Many people look forward to celebrations, such as birthdays or weddings. They love to be surrounded by family and catch up or relax with their other friends; however, group gatherings and in-person...

Seniors look forward to next steps

Camden Ellingsen, Staff Reporter April 27, 2021

Seniors will be graduating very soon, which brings up a curious question, what do they plan to do after graduation?  Lots of seniors are off to college next year. Some plan to go far and some plan to...

TikTok impacts the lives of many teens

Danielle Broege, Sports Editor March 21, 2021

TikTok has grown exponentially over the past few years. TikTok is a video-sharing platform where creators can upload 15-60 second videos. The app is free and has many cool features that drive people to...

Students babysit siblings for working parents

Kenia Estrada, Staff Reporter March 17, 2021

In addition to attending school online, many students are also taking care of their siblings while they are at home. Having to take care of one’s siblings during school time can be hard sometimes...

Newborns develop mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic

Imani Ongalo, Staff Reporter March 16, 2021

Mental health issues have arisen since the pandemic began. From the elderly to high schoolers, anxiety is rising at every age level. The age group least mentioned is babies, since they are expected to...

COVID-19 continues to affect those who work

Michelle Szul, In-Depth Editor March 16, 2021

While vaccinations are rolling out throughout America, many communities are still struggling with the effects of the pandemic. Many people have lost their jobs and many more have had their regular work-life...

Junior Cassia Campbell holds product drive

Natalie Smith, Sports Editor March 15, 2021

In a survey from Reuters Health, it said that 64 percent of women who were asked if they could afford menstrual products in the previous year answered no, and 50 percent said they had to decide between...

Students struggle with mental health during pandemic

Lillien Salas, Staff Reporter March 12, 2021

On March 13 of 2020, millions of students from across the nation spoke of a virus that would shut down schools and limit social gatherings. Many students joked about it and made light of the situation,...

Celebrating Black excellence for Black History Month

February 27, 2021

The Public Service Practicum Class has been working hard to celebrate Black excellence by sharing stories of Black leaders throughout the school and on Schoology. Here are the flyers that have been...

Students find benefits to being in school with hybrid schedule

Claire Armstrong, Managing Editor February 27, 2021

On January 19, students returned to Grayslake North. After a full semester of remote learning, students were welcomed back into the building in small groups as the faculty and staff implemented a hybrid...

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