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The 0.06%: The top 25 of the class of 2021 stands to be recognized at graduation. In a class averaging 450 students these 25 represented 0.06%.
Class rank dismissed for class of 2026
Lucy Shaffer, Design and Broadcast editor • December 2, 2022

Many of you may have sat and pondered the questions: should I take full IB or a career tech? Is it worth it to stay in band, newstaff, dance...

 Students Addi Postlewaite, Bella Lattavo and Olivia Crowl paint Crowl’s sketch on the snow plow with the help of IB visual arts students.“We wanted to make sure everyone knew we did this,”student Olivia Crowl said.
Preparing For the cold
Tymere Newell, Photographer • October 21, 2022
Financial literacy student asks financial literacy teacher, Richard Talbott, a question.
Freshmen take on finance
Keira Sweeney, Staff Writer • October 14, 2022
The 2022 yearbook is pictured on a stack of yearbooks from previous years.
Yearbook´s marketing produces results
Johari Abdul-Zahir November 15, 2022

Crumbl Cookie has been a huge sensation and has raked up a lot of sales, but did you know that Crumbl Cookie isn’t the only place raking up...

Anthony Depinto works with senior Tyler Hoffman in the light and sound booth.
Light, Sound, Action
Pressley Grzybowski, Staff Writer • November 15, 2022
Introductions: Junior Jana Walther plays with her service dog, Graham, at their class. “Every day for the 10 days we were there we had to do a lot of work in training ourselves with the dogs because they were already fully trained. We had to know commands and different things,” Walther said. Eagle photo courtesy of Jana Walther.
GlenOak has a four legged student this year
Mia Russo, Managing Editor • November 4, 2022
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My story: One student's struggle with Arthritis
Katie Dentler November 30, 2022
Amazon has a wide selection of books which allows consumers to find what they need quickly.
Trading culture for convenience
Rachel Gortney, Social Media Manager • November 7, 2022
Epidemic of movie remakes
Sydney Allison-Smith, Staff Writer • May 24, 2022
During the first home football game of the season, junior Avantae Burt runs back to his team on the sidelines after a play. “My favorite part of the season is the Federal League game because its more intense,” Burt said.
Huddle up! Football recap
Zoe Elmore, Staff Writer • November 28, 2022
Coach Bryan Krosse, Jacob Harms, Brandon Harper, Braedon Paolini, Canaan Sommers, Tesfaye Young,  Tommy Rice, Wesley Marsden,  Ryan Bridenthal, Sean Lynch, Andrew Harold, coach Amanda Wightman, and coach Mark Mazzaferri at the State Cross Country Meet on Nov. 5.  “What helped the team get to the state meet was coach Krosse’s emphasis on being the grittiest team on the course from day one of practice. This focused each runner on doing their best even when sick or sore and not letting their teammates down,” Mazzaferri said.
The grittiest team on the course
Caris Lantz, Staff Writer • November 18, 2022
Fallon Domer, Chloe Garner, Brooklyn Walker, Evelyn Parr, Adrianna White, and Emma Pooley huddle together during a game. There was definitely some stress going into each game, Garner said.
Kick it up a notch
Morgan Terakedis, Staff Writer • November 8, 2022
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Return to London: Enola Holmes 2 movie poster. Directed by Harry BradBeer and writer by Jack Thorne.
Enola Holmes 2 is a must watch
Meredith Conrad December 2, 2022
Eagle photo use courtesy of Marvel.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Mia Russo, Managing Editor • November 22, 2022
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Fun facts about Black Friday
Kelci Edinger, Staff Writer • November 22, 2022
Time for Teth: Black Adam is just ok
Time for Teth: Black Adam is just ok
Grayson Sampson, Staff Writer • November 16, 2022
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