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Students listen to music in hallways, explain reasons

Caroline Berg, staff writer

January 10, 2013

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

South students are often seen walking through the hallways listening to music. Although passing periods are just five minutes long, students claim that listening to music often pumps them up while walking down the hallway. Accord...

Top 10 winter break ideas in Glenview

Maggie Engels, staff writer

December 21, 2012

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Each year, several students leave town over winter break, but many students also stay home during the holidays. The Oracle has compiled a list of the Top 10 Things for students staying home to do during their winter break. 1. ...

We might live in a suburban bubble, but that doesn’t mean we can’t see through it

Chris Altonji, staff writer

December 18, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

As a resident of Glenview, Illinois and a student of GBS, you are getting a warped view of the world. I realize that is a big generalization, and I will admit that it is not true across the board. If you have lived a duration...

Teens should be open, Parents should be listening about high school drinking

Rosie Nash, staff writer

December 14, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories, Web Exclusives

Sometime last year, a friend of mine tried to drive home after previously drinking at a party. I begged her to let me give her a ride, but she stubbornly refused. When I asked her why, and she just kept repeating: “You don...

Moulakelis teaches confidence, motivation to students

Lauren Frias and Julianne Arnold, staff reporters

December 12, 2012

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Imagine coming to gym class at the end of a grueling day. The activity in the class is so hard that breaking a sweat is not only inevitable, but prevalent from the start. For most, this type of gym class seems occasional. For...

South student, cyclist bikes towards Olympics

Joris Powathil & Mia Crespo, Staff Reporters

December 10, 2012

Filed under Featured Sports Story Carousel, Sports, Top Stories, Web Exclusives

Despite the ability to ride a bike without training wheels at two years old, Kaleb Koch, a senior at South, hadn’t found his passion for cycling until freshman year when he was signed up by his father, Richard, for a biking...

Students’ interpersonal skills, health endangered by too much internet

Chris Callahan, Columnist

December 6, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories, Web Exclusives

Today, everything seems connected to the Internet. From Facebook to Google to WebAssign, everything seems like it’s being transplanted online. So is this a bad thing? Unfortunately, yes. It can be. According to psychologist...

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