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The Revenant impresses with stunning imagery, acting

Dani Tuchman, co-editor-in-chief
February 5, 2016

There’s no question that director Alejandro González Iñárritu has secured his spot in the non-existent Filmmakers Hall of Fame. With his recent release of The Revenant, Iñárritu continues to solidify...

Old News: The Confederate Flag

Dani Tuchman, co-editor-in-chief
February 1, 2016

If you were alive 155 years ago today, you would have witnessed headlines that read, ìAbraham Lincoln elected 16th president of The United States.î Not only was he the first Republican candidate elected...

BUILDING STRENGTH: In gearing up for their spring season, junior Jake Smiley utilizes a new pull-up bar to improve his strength for baseball.

[Photo] P.E. Department installs additional weight room

Lauren Benson and Hope Carrane
December 18, 2015

BUILDING STRENGTH: In gearing up for their spring season, junior Jake Smiley utilizes a new pull-up bar to improve his strength for baseball.

CONTEMPLATING THE CONFLICT: Despite living miles away from the heart of the Syrian conflict, GBS custodians Sahar Barkho and her husband Stewart Adam are affected just the same by the issue through familial connection in the country. The Assyrian population (symbol below) represents the minority of Christians in northern Syria, Iraq, Turkey and western Iran.

[Photo] Syria faces uncertain future: GBS Assyrians contemplate ongoing conflict in region, urge renewed outlook on controversy

John Schurer and Alex Sharp
November 6, 2015

CONTEMPLATING THE CONFLICT: Despite living miles away from the heart of the Syrian conflict, GBS custodians Sahar Barkho and her husband Stewart Adam are affected just the same by the issue through familial...

Old News: The first atomic clock vs. Ahmed’s clock

Dani Tuchman, co-editor-in-chief
October 2, 2015

If you were alive on this day in 1956, you would have witnessed headlines that read, “First Atomic Power Clock Exhibited in New York City.” The idea of utilizing magnetic resonance, which is the absorption...

Levi expresses individualism through nail art

Levi expresses individualism through nail art

Dani Tuchman, co-opinions editor
April 24, 2015

On Instagram, famous singers, actors and athletes keep their fans updated on their daily lives through pictures. But beyond the celebrity section of Instagram, many artists utilize this outlet for means...

Yoga poses reachable opportunity for reduction of stress

Yoga poses reachable opportunity for reduction of stress

Dani Tuchman, Co-Opinions Editor
March 13, 2015

During a seemingly stressful afternoon three months ago, my English teacher proposed a short meditation before starting our class. I was immediately giddy at the thought of an unexpected nap-time, and...

Selma honors history in gripping portrayal

Dani Tuchman, Co-opinions editor
February 6, 2015

There have been a fair share of biopics in the last decade, but there are few that truly manage to encapsulate the crux of an individual’s life accomplishments. Selma, an Oscar nominee for Best Picture,...

Unrealistic expectations of students linked  to cause of sleep deprivation; change needed

Unrealistic expectations of students linked to cause of sleep deprivation; change needed

Dani Tuchman
December 19, 2014

Other than every single Monday in the school calendar, there is no day I detest more than that of my annual pediatric physical. The combination of stuffy-nosed children flinging their germs in the waiting...

Freshman Guide To Success

Dani Tuchman, co-opinions editor
October 3, 2014

If there’s one thing I was looking forward to about going back to school this year, it was the fact that I am now, after two years of apprehensively waiting, one of the upper-classmen. There are several...

Vegan experiment reveals notable mental, physical benefits

Vegan experiment reveals notable mental, physical benefits

Dani Tuchman, asst. opinions editor
March 14, 2014

I was exceedingly uninformed and unprepared as to what being anything but a meat-eater entailed prior to starting my two week-long vegan experiment. Veganism, otherwise known as abstaining from the consumption...

Glenview susceptible to crime despite “Bubble”

Dani Tuchman, asst. opinions editor
November 8, 2013

When someone from out of state asks me where I’m from, I usually give the broad answer, “Chicago.” Immediately, this person thinks of stereotypes associated with Chicago: Lou Malnati’s deep-dish...

Students learn value of giving back through hair donations

Dani Tuchman, staff writer
February 1, 2013

“Every little girl wants long hair like Rapunzel,” freshman Grace Moran said. According to Moran, beautiful hair is a dream of many girls, especially those who are denied it by a life-threatening...

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