The Gleaner

Waiting on the world to change

Anne Lehmann, Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2013

By Anne Lehmann Of the Gleaner   A national leadership conference in St. Louis for four days? To be honest, I wasn’t so sure how to feel about it. Fortunately I got to go with Jennifer Deitzel, ‘14. Regardless,  I anticipated 400 stuck up high schoolers; most of whom would think way too h...

Comfy Day

Comfy Day

October 24, 2013

Say “yes” to the broken leg

Say “yes” to the broken leg

Maria Markham, Reporter

October 9, 2013

By: Maria Markham Of The Gleaner High School is known as some of the best years of the average person’s life. It is a time of creating many memories that will last a lifetime, growing in friendships and relationships with the people around, and is full of fun and memorable moments. But, there is...

Freshmen adjust to new life at Wahlert

Freshmen adjust to new life at Wahlert

Maria Till, Reporter

October 9, 2013

Shaking hands, sweaty palms, stumbling over words, wrong classes, and even worse lunches. Most of us remember going into our freshmen year terrified of the unknown to come. We stayed up late the night before the first day, anxious to start the year at freshmen orientation. So many questions and worries...

Fantastic Beasts and where they should stay

Maddie Gehling, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2013

“The scar had not pained him for nineteen years. All was well.” (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) The Harry Potter series ended with a bang in the summer of 2011. It’s hard for me to think that the release was more than two years ago already, when I remember it better than what I h...


Anne Lehmann, Editor-in-chief

October 6, 2013

By Anne Lehmann Of the Gleaner   It’s a cold, rainy day and you have nothing to do. You find yourself scrolling and clicking aimlessly on your Pinterest page. Suddenly the cutest Cookie Monster cupcake pops up on your screen. It’s googly eyes and blue frosting are just too cute to resis...

Out with the new and in with the old

Anne Lehmann, Editor-in-chief

October 4, 2013

By Anne Lehmann Of the Gleaner “I went to Hollister and bought this shirt! It cost me $45!” These days this dialogue about shopping seems to have taken a complete 180 degree turn. Bragging about how expensive a purchase was has died out. It’s the old thing to do. That’s “so last year.” ...

Festive advice for the Fourth

Maria Kaczmarek

May 29, 2013

By Maria Kaczmarek Of the Gleaner The Fourth of July is by far a favorite holiday of many people. It’s a time to celebrate the exciting start of the United States and watch the fireworks down by the river. The Fourth can be a fantastic time, but can be even better if you know all of the Do’s...

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July 19, 2012

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