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Meraki, Chinese Club light up Lunar New Year
Zoha Suteria, asst. features editor • February 20, 2024

Stepping inside a kaleidoscope of red, a world of celebration and community intertwines. A cascade of red paper lanterns dangles delicately from...

Tip credit takes away from workers
Sofia Cole, co-features editor • February 16, 2024

At Oberweis Dairy, the air is filled with the scent of freshly made waffle cones, a comforting aroma...

Minimum wage increases in Illinois
Minimum wage increases in Illinois
Mia Carr and Milutin Todorovic February 16, 2024

With the signing of legislation by current Governor J.B. Pritzker, the workers of Illinois saw their...

School Bells to Wedding Bells: Teachers Scott and Elizabeth Nemecek (left) celebrate on their wedding day, almost five years ago. Matthew Whipple, Katrina Prockovic, and their daughter, Paloma, (right) stand together at a relatives wedding. Whipple and Prockovic have been married for nine years.
South Sweethearts
Bailey Baker, asst. features editor • February 16, 2024

From mere glances across desks to vivacious white dresses, South teachers found love within their shared...

Under Watch: Officer Adam Uscicki keeps surveillance at South from his office, with monitors projecting live feedback from the building’s 177 security cameras, inside and outside the school. The camera’s footage can be used in cases of car accident outside, altercations inside, and stolen property. Photo by Gaby Yap
South theft rates increase
Gaby Yap, co-editor-in-chief • February 16, 2024

Running late into the pungent air of the locker rooms for her Gold 4 class, freshman Savannah

Successful Conference: South’s Model U.N. team leaves Boston with 13 individual awards,
students winning Best, Outstanding, Honorable, and Verbal Delegate. BOSMUN was an invite
only conference, with 21 students attending.
Students win BosMUN for the second year
Mae Kuchimanchi, staff writer • February 16, 2024
For the second year in a row, South’s Model United Nations (Model U.N.) competed and won best large
GPL Partners with South
Olivia Richards, asst. news editor • February 16, 2024
Due to a new agreement between the Glenview Public Library (GPL), South, and Glenbrook Off Campus, staff
Turnabout called off
Olivia Richards, asst. news editor • February 16, 2024

Following low ticket sales, the Student Council (StuCo) canceled its Turnabout dance, Tali

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Big Competitors: In a tournament on Feb. 1, teams compete to win the championship. As playoffs have begun, the next games are set for Feb. 15th.
Intramural inspires tough competition
Kate Rogula, asst. sports editor • February 16, 2024

Friends and family come together every Thursday night, filling the bleachers in support of South’s...

Standing Tall: Boys varsity basketball stands for the pledge of Allegiance before a game as they get ready for their next opponent. Before this matchup, the team values hard work and communication in order to secure the victory.
Battle of the Titans
Anna Ivanov, asst. sports editor • February 16, 2024

Walking into their showcase, Battle of the Titans, with a 17-5 record, varsity boys’ basketball...

Flag Football sanctioned by IHSA
Kate Shambo February 16, 2024

After months of anticipation, flag football is officially an Illinois High school Association (IHSA)...

Photo courtesy of Jessica Lee
Lee skates to success
Danielle Joseph, sports editor • February 16, 2024

Lights dim. Blades screech. A spotlight casts upon the girls on the ice. The crowd of girls features...

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Critique creates new avenues for self-growth
Critique creates new avenues for self-growth
Sarah Al-Jawhar, Opinions Editor • February 20, 2024

In a world that champions individuality and self-expression, the idea of caring about what others think may seem counterintuitive.  However,...

Redefining Leadership
Sara Rahman, Web Editor • February 20, 2024
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The kids cannot read
Maia Weissman, asst. opinions editor • February 16, 2024
Graphic by Erin Walker
Standardized tests: helper or stressor?
Erin Walker, asst. opinions editor • February 16, 2024
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A&E
Jam Session: From left to right, seniors Borna Movaffaghi, Matthew Zelkowitz, Wyatt Anderson, and Isaac Bernstein practice an original song in Zelkowtiz’s basement. Left Turn 25 practices weekly for various performances.
Left Turn 25
Maia Weissman, asst. opinions editor • February 16, 2024
The band Left Turn 25 started with a violin and a drum kit, senior Matthew Zelkowitz, drummer and songwriter
Unstoppable
Mia Carr and Kaitlyn Jiang February 16, 2024
Past Lives
Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor • February 16, 2024
The Glenbrook South Report
Molly Tomczyk, co-a&e editor • February 16, 2024
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