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Lucky Cubed

Sally You, asst. a&e

October 5, 2012

Filed under A&E

Surfing the web has become an everyday routine for the majority of teens today. Depending on  a teen’s interests, the websites they visit and things they do online may vary. Typically, the average teen does not know the...

Q&A with Purple Apple

Rachel Mann, Maddie Abrams, A&E editors

October 5, 2012

Filed under A&E

Purple Apple, a band comprised of sophomores Nonie Andersen, Olivia Eigel and Madi O’Brien, and their former babysitter Devin Ulery, performed at Lollapalooza Aug. 3 and 4. The A&E editors asked them questions about this...

Sub writes new version of GBS fight song

Anna Hofmockel, staff reporter

June 8, 2012

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

If you are a student at South, chances are that you have heard the fight song. This spirited tune has been played at countless games and assemblies since being written to promote South spirit. The original fight song was wr...

New variety club offers laughs to guests

Maeve Hanrahan and Emily Mitchell, staff reporters

June 8, 2012

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

You walk into a room full of laughter; The room is illuminated by big posters of Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, Elvis Presley and other big stars throughout the years. This is the Laughing Chameleon. Every night in the Laughing...

Students show interest in classic movies

Meara Nariss, staff reporter

June 6, 2012

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

Students know the movies of today and a lot about them--but what about the select students who are into older, classic movies from many years ago? Classic movies may not seem like something that would interest teens, but freshman...

50th anniversary choral concert unites alumni with students

Mary Friedman, co-web editor

May 25, 2012

Filed under A&E, Top Stories

South alumni, consisting of 90 graduates from the class of 1962 to the class of 2011, performed in the orchestra and Master Singers’ Concert May 8 in honor of South’s 50th anniversary. Among these alumni was Tim Pittner,...

Mungo mixes genres to create distinct sound

Kali Croke, staff reporter

May 25, 2012

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Last year, five freshmen brought their passions for music together and formed the band Mungo, which is now a South sophomore band. The band members include lead singer Janna Lyhus, drummer Chris “Bear Claw” Neuhaus, bassist...

Ravina offers unique concert atmosphere for summer

Aaron Ach, staff reporter

May 25, 2012

Filed under A&E

With summer just around the corner, students begin to purchase tickets for various music festivals and concerts. Some of these concerts are at Ravinia in Highland Park, which hosts over 120 live performances between June and August. This...

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