Essential workers brave the front lines

Essential workers brave the front lines

Nadia Hernandez, Co-Executive Editor

April 3, 2020

Millions of essential workers are braving the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic by providing groceries, medical support and deliveries. As the public storms grocery stores of all products, workers are expected to keep the store stocked and ensure safety for themselves as customers. Medical staff are...

How private can your profile be?

Claire Armstrong, News and Entertainment Editor

March 29, 2020

In this day and age, social media is almost a necessity for the average teenager; however, this increase in social media raises concerns, specifically for the privacy of teenagers and young children. “When someone puts their private information out there, you are always subject to having that information...

Students, teachers explain their own social media use

Students, teachers explain their own social media use

Danielle Broege, Staff Reporter

March 29, 2020

What does social media mean to you? Many people are asked this question on a daily basis, but most people say the same thing. They use it to keep in contact, to find out news, and to figure out what to do. The views of social media are very hit or miss. Some people hate it. Some people can’t live without...

Colleges, jobs have ability to look at social media

Colleges, jobs have ability to look at social media

Michelle Szul, Staff Reporter

March 29, 2020

With the age of social media, privacy has evolved incredibly in the past decade as millions of people have their own public profiles. What many people don’t know is how these social media profiles affect opportunities for colleges and jobs. “Colleges definitely look at student profiles before...

The Many Faces of North: Crowley works in other communities, creates art

Ashley Greene, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

Megan Crowley is new this year in the art department. Crowley has many other things to do outside of school. When she leaves the school, she spends her time painting murals in other communities. “It’s just kind of a fun different thing. It’s not usually student done. It’s usually just me....

The Many Faces of North: Wise helps school in many ways

Shalynn Billings, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

Government teacher Erin Wise has been at Grayslake North for the past six years and shows no signs of stopping the work she loves, contributing to the school.  Wise has participated in many school activities in her time teaching here, and her great work has helped the school grow in many ways.  ...

The many faces of North: Bisevac talks about Women’s History Month

Natalie Smith, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

Women’s History Month is in March, and it’s important to see what people are doing for this month. One person that is doing a lot to showcase women’s history is social studies department chair Adrijana Bisevac.  Bisevac has made sure that students and staff at this school know it’s Women...

Interesting St. Patrick’s Day Facts

Natalie Smith, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

St. Patrick’s Day Facts The color for St. Patrick’s Day is actually supposed to be blue Since 1962, the Chicago River has been dyed green for St. Patrick’s Day The first St. Patrick’s Day celebration was held in New York City in the 1760s by Irish soldiers in the British Army The...

La Semana Mundial del Idioma

La Semana Mundial del Idioma

Luis Barahona-Rivas y Jose Maravilla-Benitez, cultura y comunicacíon

March 16, 2020

La Semana Mundial del Idioma ha sido una semana llena de alegría y diversión llena de actividades maravillosas dentro y fuera de clase. Una actividad específica que todos toman parte en, es la búsqueda de banderas mundiales alrededor del edificio. José y yo no tuvimos suerte en encontrar banderas,...

L’Institut d’Art Ouvre la Porte aux Elèves de FR2 et 2H

Rhiannon Swanson, Managing Editor

March 16, 2020

En Septembre de l'année dernière, les classes de Français 4H et AP sont allées à l’Institut d’Art à Chicago. Avant d'aller à l’Institut d'Art, les étudiants sont allés au Marché Français pour déguster la cuisine française authentique. Nous avons mangé le croque monsieur (un san...

Ich wäre lieber

Ich wäre lieber

Von Deutsch IV/AP

March 16, 2020

In dem Gedicht “Armer Kurt“ von Christine Nöstlinger wäre Kurt lieber der Hund der Familie, oder die Katze der Familie oder sogar der Fisch der Familie. Dann dürfte er sehr laut sein und er müsste nur essen was er mag. Als Fisch müsste er auch nicht mit seiner Familie sprechen. Roberto wäre...

Students share their reasons for election judging

Gracie Schultz, Co-Executive Editor

March 13, 2020

With the elections coming up fast and the primary election in Illinois on Tuesday, March 17, students throughout the school take the opportunity to become election judges. “Election judging is having students, and the ones who want to participate around the community, work for the day. During the...

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