The Oracle

Sub writes new version of GBS fight song

Anna Hofmockel, staff reporter

June 8, 2012

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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...

South Students Take on Adventure at Summer Camp

Kelsey Pogue, staff reporter

June 8, 2012

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Every year, summer camp serves as a fun and safe place children can stay while their parents work. In fact, more than 11 million children and adults attend or work at camp annually, according to the American Camp Association. Pare...

Mens’ Tennis Moves to State Without Star Zieba

Breck Murphy, staff reporter

June 8, 2012

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With junior Konrad Zieba undefeated in the first singles position, the GBS Men’s Tennis team looked to make it far in the state tournament. However, events previous to the tournament put their goal in jeopardy.Zieba competed in a...

New variety club offers laughs to guests

Maeve Hanrahan and Emily Mitchell, staff reporters

June 8, 2012

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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...

Drama Club banquet honors this year’s members

Henry Netherland, staff reporter

June 7, 2012

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Members of the Drama Club received awards at the Drama Club Awards Banquet presented by club sponsors, Beth Barber, John Knight and Richard Winship, on the auditorium stage May 11. According to Barber, each year the Drama Club...

Students show interest in classic movies

Meara Nariss, staff reporter

June 6, 2012

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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...

Year in review

Jeff Colins, columnist

June 6, 2012

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It’s been quite a year, hasn’t it GBS? Seeing that this is the last issue of The Oracle I felt that it is right to do a little year in review. The school year kicked off in August with GBS’ 50th birthday celebration. We got t...

Alumnus wins moot court competition

Chris Callahan, staff reporter

June 6, 2012

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Danny Lewin, class of 2006 GBS alumnus, won the moot court competition at the University of Michigan (UM) Law School April 2. According to Lewin, moot court is a “simulated oral argument” in which attorneys argue in front...

FELA! the musical brings a taste of Lagos to Chicago

Julia Jacobs, asst. web editor

May 9, 2012

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‘FELA!’ does not begin with the curtains whooshing apart or a spotlight appearing with traditional musical bravado.  It is an unorthodox production, daring to capture the life of Fela Anikulapo Kuti: political renegade, musical...

Introvert Speaking Out

Sarah Jaleel, co-news editor

May 8, 2012

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That Saturday night party, the history test and the concert everyone went to on Friday consume my thoughts as I walk through South. Not because I was there, but because that loud small talk fills the hallways. The classroom cha...

Video gaming now at South through Starcraft Club

Christina Van Zelst, staff reporter

April 4, 2012

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Back in the day, the way people would have fun was without phones, television, and video games, but now, our society has begun using these types of technologies as a way of social interaction. According to A Media Studies Blog-Video...

Celebrity obsession: fan or fanatic?

Rosie Nash, columnist

March 29, 2012

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Whenever the light shines on my once pure white bedroom walls, I think about how tacky they look with old sticky tape marks blotched all over them. Those tape marks once held mega-sized posters of top-chart celebrities anywher...

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