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Falling In Love With Fall Products

Violet Rowe, Feature & Perspectives Editor | November 28, 2023

Regardless of whether you are a summer or winter person, you have seen the hype that limited edition pumpkin spice drinks and Uggs get during the fall. For many, autumn is much more than a simple change in the leaves and crisp air. Autumn is “pumpkin spice season.”  It is the time for anything flavored with nutmeg or girls' nights strictly for carving pumpkins. While the change in weather is nice,...

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Music For Different Moods

Leila Sheffey, Staff Reporter | May 9, 2023

Music is a part of almost everyone's lives. It's there for your every mood and in all kinds of situations. Does your music change with your mood and surroundings? Rampage surveyed GCHS readers and found patterns in their listening habits.  While everyone has their own taste and listens to a variety of music, Rampage found that when people are feeling happy, they tend to listen to more upbeat music....

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Two Girls Leaving a Tennis Legacy

Delilah Potter, Staff Reporter | November 28, 2023

Two girl Varsity tennis players from Grayslake Central High School, a junior Madison Hoffmann, and a senior Natalia Malaczek made it through Conference undefeated, took second in Sectionals and made it to State while only experiencing two individual pair losses all season.     Despite the two losses, they won three matches at State, which is better than previous seasons for Grayslake Central...

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Cross Country Team Strides to Success at State

Nathan Heun, Sports & Arts and Entertainment Editor | November 28, 2023

The Grayslake Central cross country team had a lot to work towards in 2023, such as the State Championship, which they participated in on Nov. 4. The team represented themselves well at State, with newer faces on the team setting themselves up for a competitive season next year. There were lots of moving parts and exciting thrills for the 2023 GCHS cross country team.    The girl’s cross country...

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When Should the Tricks and Treats Stop?


High school students return from trick-or-treating on October 31st's sudden snow storm. Photo taken by Mirabella Chiodi

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