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South students express themselves through internet trends

Emily Zimbler, staff reporter

February 8, 2017

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Junior George Wood’s phone buzzes. He picks up the device, glances it over and laughs at a meme sent by his co-workers from camp. The meme that Woof received was about an event that happened at camp.  Wood replies with laugh...

South’s AP Psychology Club encourages student involvement

Augie Mikell and Lizzie Garvey

February 3, 2017

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The mind of a human is complex and can function in many ways. This idea, known as psychology, can be found in discussion by South students every Thursday afternoon during Psychology Club.      According to Sejal Schullo, Psych...

Drumline and color guard further their performances into the winter season

Eleanor Walsh, staff reporter

February 1, 2017

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The Glenbrook population watches them from the stands at friday night football games under the bright stadium lights. They move their cars on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so that the band can practice. They hear about their countless...

Pressure for extracurricular participation induces stress, takes away from personal passions

Zach Cepeda, columnist

January 23, 2017

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After five painful hours spent filling out various college applications, a library-residing high school senior begins yet another “Extracurricular” section. His fingers tremble as he is once again forced to give an account...

Private music lessons provide beneficial experiences for South’s musicians

Zhaneta Petra, staff reporter

January 20, 2017

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If you were to ask everyone at South what music means to them, you would receive many different answers. Whether students blast music on the radio every morning on their way to school, or play the most intricate pieces on the pi...

Lasky directs final dance show, encapsulates theme of flight

Ava Mazzei, staff reporter

December 25, 2016

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There is something mysterious about the way she moves. The dancer slightly parts her lips and inhales. She pops her hip and sways with the rhythm as the wind swirls through her hair and rustles her eyelashes. She exhales and ...

American Sign Language fair revealed the deaf’s struggle to be understood

Lorelei Streb, staff reported

December 23, 2016

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The American Sign Language class hosted an art fair in the Student Activity Center, Oct. 28, according to Sign Language Instructor, Rosemarie Carsello. Beside each painting in the fair were two students, either level 3 or 4 i...

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