GNHS on course to start its own chain reaction

February 9, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The Public Service Practicum (PSP) is encouraging students to follow the ideals of Rachel’s Challenge, a platform designed in memory of Columbine victim, Rachel Scott, to promote positivity. Rachel’s Challenge was at GNHS four years ago and had a lasting impact on the school’s students and faculty....

First musical sells out, needs more space

December 8, 2015


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For Green Room, the school year began a little bit differently. With the decision of separating theatrical productions from Central, Green Room was greeted with the opportunity of creating a musical with the help of other members of the North community. Though there were many obstacles in performing...

Ashley a la carte

Ashley Rayan, Managing Editor

December 8, 2015


Filed under Opinion

One of the hardest things about cooking (and life in general) is waiting. Waiting is the reason that my icebox cookies always turn out a little bit more runny and my sugar cookies are sticking to my fingers before I even get a chance to roll them out. Patience has never been my strong suit. So when...

Cup of Commentary

Hannah Rosemurgy, Executive Editor

December 8, 2015


Filed under Opinion

As an aspiring teacher, a recent survey administered by the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Tracey Landry, sparked my curiosity regarding education models. While this survey was purely for analysis, it rose further questions about the education system now in contrast to the system many of our...

Connor’s Corner

Connor Sinclair, Production Editor

December 8, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Sports

When a team has two or more superstar athletes on their team, you’d think it’s a gift. Two times the talent, two times the performance! But sometimes, the addition of another star player can cause problems. It’s not an uncommon occurrence, especially in basketball. A team will have their “designated”...

Students create positive environment

October 28, 2015


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Many adolescents can relate to feeling sad or discouraged, whether it be in school or out of school. With so many changes occurring in a four year span, it can be overwhelming to balance school work, after school responsibilities, and other priorities. However, within the past decade that the school...

Cup of Commentary

Hannah Rosemurgy, Executive Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Opinion

We’ve heard it all too many times, the number of things that adults tell us we can’t do because “we’re too young.” Many teenagers look forward to the day they turn 21, mainly because the window of opportunities has opened, bringing in a wide spectrum of possibilities. For now, though, most...

Ashley a la carte

Ashley Rayan, Managing Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Opinion

Growing up in Frankfurt, my childhood was a blur of Kinder eggs and Haribo gummy bears. But my favorite of all German snacks was the milk slice. The idea behind the milk slice is simple: a light whipped cream sandwiched between two layers of spongy chocolate cake. But the slice itself had an extremely...

Connor’s Corner

Connor Sinclair, Production Editor

October 28, 2015


Filed under Opinion

One hundred and seven years. The longest streak any North American sports team has gone without a championship win, and this embarrassing dry spell is sadly owned by our hometown team, the Chicago Cubs. But to our, and the world’s surprise, the Cubs had managed to make their first playoff appearance...

Community comes together in times of tragedy

September 22, 2015


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With autumn inching nearer, the community has witnessed a wide range of losses. It’s difficult to think that within the past month, we have received a tornado touchdown, lost two members of the North community, and said goodbye to a police officer in Fox Lake. In light of recent tragedies; however,...

Connor’s Corner

Connor Sinclair, Production Editor

September 22, 2015


Filed under Opinion

The crowd silenced as Merrick Gentile hobbled off the field, holding his knee and wincing in pain. It was only a scrimmage set to prepare the team for both the upcoming Lakes game and the season ahead. Gentile was only scheduled to throw a few passes in fear of getting hurt. Nobody even touched him as...

Cup of Commentary

Hannah Rosemurgy, Executive Editor

September 22, 2015


Filed under Opinion

This is it. The long anticipated end of my four year term at Grayslake North is finally coming to reality, and the thought of graduating and moving into a dorm is creeping into my head. However, I can’t help but to feel unprepared for this time, as senior year may just turn out to be the hardest year...

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