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Students relieve stress through meditation

August 4, 2016

School does not only come with learning, it also comes with stress. While students choose to relieve their stress is many different ways such as...  Read More »

South students pursue political interests

July 27, 2016

According to an unscientific Oracle conducted survey, 33 percent of students surveyed are interested in politics. With the upcoming election sea...  Read More »

South student develops clothing line ‘Nice as Heck’

July 20, 2016

Christopher Daus is not a typical high school student; Daus not only manages to be a teenager in high school with homework and tests, but h...  Read More »

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Opinions

“Home of the Strange” celebrates diversity, provides new sound

September 30, 2016

  I’ve always been a fan of acoustic, wave like alt...  Read More »

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Sedentary classes neglect to offer greatest learning experience

September 30, 2016

We’ve all been there: 45 minutes into class and you...  Read More »

Trusting environment gives students chance for integrity, not academic dishonesty

September 30, 2016

“Helga and Claus are partners for a project on th...  Read More »

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Sports

Unequal coverage still present in the 2016 Olympics

Samantha Casey, co-sports editor

Every time the Olympics take place, athletes from all sports, countries and genders take the global stage. This year’s Olympics was one for the record books: Katie Ledecky...  Read More »

September 30, 2016

Huddle  in  for  the  win:  Listening to new head coach Kelly Dorn, the women’s volleyball team huddles and discuses their play after their win against the Niles North. The Titans played and defeated the Vikings on Sept. 27 ending by scores of 25-5 and 25-14.

Women’s volleyball defeats New Trier

September 30, 2016

South’s women’s volleyball team, led by head coach Kelly Dorn, has a current record of 10-3. The ...  Read More »

Friday night lights: Attempting to intercept the ball, junior Andy Sirakides (#8) jumps along side a St. Patricks runningback on Sept. 10. The Titans lost to St. Patricks by a score of 21-7.

Football starts season off with 0-5 record

September 30, 2016

The 2016-17 men’s football season started off with a record of 0-5; however, the team’s optimism and ...  Read More »

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South hires new head coaches for fall season

September 30, 2016

David Schoenwetter Glenbrook South alum David Schoenwetter is following his father’s footsteps as the...  Read More »

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Features

Fine Arts Department welcomes Maranto

Fine Arts Department welcomes Maranto

Emma Morris, staff reporter

Throughout his 12 years at South, Mark Maranto has had several roles in the school including English teacher, instructional coach and now instructional supervisor of the Fine A...  Read More »

September 30, 2016

Breaking   the     Ice:  Huddling in a circle, South freshmen and their senior Peer Group leaders gather together during their designated Peer Group block. As a group, they work to form new friendships through teambuilding and get-to-know you games.

Peer Group connects communities, creates opportunities

September 30, 2016

HAPPY   HIPPIES: Decked out in costume attire, Paula Hess, Titan Poms coach, poses with her sons Otto (left) and Nelson (right) for a themed family reunion. She was beloved by both family and friends, having a positive impact on their lives. Photo courtesy of Julie Smith

South says ‘thanks’: Looking back on the life and memory of Paula Hess

September 30, 2016

GRINS AND GIFTS: Appreciating her new present, science teacher Linda Kocian poses with a quilt given to her by fellow colleague Suzanne Webb as a “get well” gift. Kocian received lots of support from South’s staff when she was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Friedmann

South says ‘thanks’: Looking back on the life and memory of Linda Kocian

September 30, 2016

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