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Tu creates 88 Keys to Cure, combines passion with service

Aidan Graham & Katherine Schurer, staff reporters

May 3, 2017

Filed under Web Exclusives

Not many people can play the piano quite like South senior Grace Tu can. At 10 years old, according to Tu, she played at Carnegie Hall in New York, and as of last year, Tu says was awarded 2nd place at the Illinois State Mus... Read more »

Irresponsible driving requires reflection, self awareness

John Park, columnist

April 24, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

The door to the taekwondo studio opens and a 9-year-old orange belt walks in. “Hello, sir!” “Hello, Michael!”* We run just another regular class, but afterwards, my co-worker comes up to me and shows me a Tribune article titled “Fo... Read more »

Men’s lacrosse remains positive after rocky start

Madaket Chiarieri, staff reporter

April 22, 2017

Filed under Sports, Web Exclusives

After starting out the 2017 season with a few losses, the boys lacrosse team looks to improve their competition and the speed of their game for the rest of the season, according to head coach Will Jeffery. “We have to compete... Read more »

Men’s volleyball looks to build on 2-2 start

Danny Pauletto, staff reporter

April 22, 2017

Filed under Sports, Web Exclusives

After being defeated by Glenbrook North on Friday, April 7, the Glenbrook South men’s volleyball team is looking to bounce back and improve before the playoffs. According to head coach Tim Monahan, playing together and working... Read more »

Badminton starts season on hot streak

Sydney Scott, staff reporter

April 22, 2017

Filed under Sports, Web Exclusives

Three meets and three wins. The badminton team is on a winning streak after winning against Buffalo Grove, Prospect and Hersey. Badminton is in full swing this season, undefeated, according to Head Coach Terry Kimura. With... Read more »

Living in the moment promotes positive mindset, prevents regret

Zach Cepeda, columnist

April 20, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

“Man, I’ve always wanted to play a sport,” a South senior sighs as she walks away from the Winter Sports assembly. “I feel like that’d be a lot more fun than what I’m doing now.” A couple weeks ago, I heard this comment fro... Read more »

High school jobs unnecessary for success, happiness

Alex Ladan, columnist

April 19, 2017

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

Classes. Extracurriculars. Sports. Work. All of these things cohesively make up my life as a high schooler. Well, work starts in the summer, but it will be one more thing added to my to-do list. Students often feel obligated to add an enor... Read more »

Girl’s Letter Club brings together Varsity women athletes, promotes female leadership

Mia Merchant, staff reporter

April 14, 2017

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

  It’s 7:40 on a Tuesday in the SAO, and Girl’s Letter Club is busy planning for Turnabout. The air is filled with the scent of donuts and the excited and chaotic buzz that comes with planning a big event. Girls are... Read more »

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