Echo

Photo Credit-Ash Erlach Unsplash
After Bus Shortage, Glenbard Turns to Alternative Modes of Athletic Transportation 
Maggie LeBeau, Editor-in-Chief • October 14, 2021

The pandemic has brought many unique changes to schools. One very unusual sight this fall sports season...

Continue Reading
Participation in Multiple Sports Brings Both Burden and Benefits
Maggie LeBeau, Reporter, Opinions editor • May 12, 2021

COVID 19 has taken away students' school year, concerts, restaurants, trips, and an entire sports season....

Continue Reading
Pandemic impacts students’ academic performance and teachers respond
Pandemic impacts students’ academic performance and teachers respond
Allen Luna, Reporter • April 30, 2021

Remote learning during this unprecedented time of pandemic can make school very difficult for many students...

Continue Reading
Photo Credit: Sharon McCutcheon courtesy Unsplash.com
Student Search Service: Help or Hindrance?
Sofia Logacho, Copy Editor • October 14, 2021

During seventh period the other day, I was attempting to revise a lab on the behavior of isopods when suddenly, the warning rang out. I stopped...

Continue Reading
Courtesy of Unsplash
Transition into former schedule is favorable for District 87
Editorial Board April 22, 2021

During this school year, District 87 has changed the schedule 6 times, but the most recent shift in schedule is by far the most drastic....

Continue Reading
How do we process national tragedies?
How do we process national tragedies?
Maggie LeBeau, Reporter, Opinions editor • March 5, 2021

  The day of January 6th was supposed to be a routine day. Congress was going to certify the election on a day every four years that...

Continue Reading
Taken by Marica Szczybura
Passing Period Puzzle: Who Controls the Music?
Marica Szczybura, Staff writer • October 14, 2021

During the passing period between second and third hour on August 19th, “Monster Mash” played over the intercom in the hallways of Glenbard East. The halls grew quiet and students began to mutter among...

Continue Reading
Almost Maine now showing
Almost Maine now showing
Lauren Wilinski, Graphic Editor • March 15, 2021

Continue Reading
2020 in a Nutshell
2020 in a Nutshell
Lauren Wilinski, Graphic Editor • March 4, 2021

Continue Reading
Photo credit: Michael Stranski
Rams Football Looks To Make a Successful Playoff Run
Adam Belmares, Sports Editor • October 16, 2021

From the opening kickoff, the Rams have had an impressive “hot start” to their season. In the first four games of the season, the Rams outscored their opponents 148-27!  After a disappointing loss...

Continue Reading
Photo Credit-Ash Erlach Unsplash
After Bus Shortage, Glenbard Turns to Alternative Modes of Athletic Transportation 
Maggie LeBeau, Editor-in-Chief • October 14, 2021

The pandemic has brought many unique changes to schools. One very unusual sight this fall sports season are athletes riding in charters, and teachers driving school buses. Ciara Johnson is a sophomore...

Continue Reading
Participation in Multiple Sports Brings Both Burden and Benefits
Maggie LeBeau, Reporter, Opinions editor • May 12, 2021

COVID 19 has taken away students' school year, concerts, restaurants, trips, and an entire sports season. But it also gave some a unique opportunity. In this abnormal year, many high school sports have...

Continue Reading
Glenbard East Weather
Almost Maine now showing
Lauren Wilinski, Graphic Editor • March 15, 2021

Activate Search
The Student News Site of Glenbard East High School