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Old News: G.L.S.E.N Day of Silence

Anushka Kalra, staff reporter

April 22, 2016

Filed under News

On April 15, 1996, University of Virginia student Maria Pulzetti organized the first national Day of Silence to honor LGBT+ individuals. In The National magazine, Pulzetti expressed her goal was for the campaign to spread awar... Read more »

Career and Technology Department creates alternative course to fulfill Consumer Education requirement

Gigi Cepeda and Anushka Kalra

March 22, 2016

Filed under News, Web Exclusives

Diversified Cooperative Education (DCE) is a course for juniors and seniors that fulfills the Consumer Education requirement and focuses on workplace skills and job opportunities and will be available for the 20... Read more »

Departments reflect on freshman appeals tests

Grace Shin, asst. news editor

March 11, 2016

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As incoming GBS freshman students register for classes, administrators and teachers are reflecting on the process of appeals exams. Instructional supervisors of the English, World Languages and Math Departments state that the ap... Read more »

Summer construction allows for high student enrollment

Lauren Benson, staff reporter

March 11, 2016

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This coming summer, GBS will undergo multiple in-school construction projects in order to accommodate larger student enrollment. The summer construction projects include the conversion of the science/computer lab and the sc... Read more »

New Year, New Laws

John Schurer, co-news editor

February 5, 2016

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As 2016 begins, here are three of the 237 new Illinois state laws everyone should be aware of. PET PROTECTION PROGRAM The state’s Humane Care for Animals Act was recently amended to provide that “no owner of a dog or cat... Read more »

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