Chromebooks: cheaper alternative to PCs

Oscar Fernandez, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2014

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There has been a lot of criticism towards the chrome books here at GCHS, whether they are truly worthless, or very useful for education. The chrome books are a product produced by Google that do not use any internal software. “In... Read more »

Local bands rock Grayslake area

Ali Smith, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2014

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Music is what brings people together- nearly everyone has a favorite band, record, or song. Grayslake Central students in bands play all over the northern Illinois area, share their music, and enjoy their passions with the community. “Our... Read more »

Space, slavery, Wall Street, corruption highlight 2014 Oscars

Danielle Voss, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2014

Filed under Entertainment

The Oscar nominations were announced on Jan. 16, and there are a variety of great movies nominated this year, so students will have a difficult time deciding who will win certain categories. There’s plenty of amazing films... Read more »

Comic company continues Marvel-ous journey

Daniel Skinner, Opinion/Entertainment Editor

February 19, 2014

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During the early twentieth century, comic books were popular as ways of connecting real world issues into stories that people in America and other parts of the world could relate to. According to Gurnee resident and part-time... Read more »

“Night Circus” puts on dark show

Erika Miessner, News Editor

February 18, 2014

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When most people think of a circus, they imagine a large brightly colored tent sitting atop a field of grass. Audience members buy their ticket at the door and seat themselves, often times being offered over-priced popcorn and cotton candy. The... Read more »

Pokemon X, Y bring new features to old stories

Daniel Skinner, Entertainment/Opinion Editor

December 16, 2013

Filed under Entertainment

After lots of hype on Pokemon fan sites like Serebii.net and Marriland.com, GameFreak released their first two 3DS Pokemon games, Pokemon X and Pokemon Y, with extremely successful sales. Being the first two games in the Pokemon... Read more »

“Marshall Mathers 2” places high on charts, meets expectations

Oscar Fernandez, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2013

Filed under Entertainment

The real Slim Shady is back with his eighth album titled The Marshall Mathers LP 2. What sounds like a sequel to his 2000 release The Marshall Mathers LP isn’t quite one. The album isn’t really a sequel because it doesn’t... Read more »

“Frozen” sets new standard for animated musicals

Daniel Skinner, Entertainment/Opinion Editor

December 16, 2013

Filed under Entertainment

With inspiration from Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Snow Queen”, Disney’s new movie musical “Frozen” is a heart-warming and unique animated film with the traditional Disney family-friendly feel, but has a wholly creative... Read more »

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