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Homecoming Hugs: Holding on to each other tightly, Kacey Leone and Irene Nortes (from Spain) reunite in Orihuela, Spain. Below from left to right, Andrea TÌscar (from Spain), Andreia Radaios, Annie O’Rourke, Kate Fredinger, Kacey Leone enjoy a group hug in Orihuela, Spain. Photo courtesy of Kacey Leone

Spanish exchange broadens students’ cultural appreciation, strengthens bonds

Amanda Tener, staff reporter
April 21, 2017

Twenty-six GBS Spanish students went on an exchange trip to Orihuela, Spain from March 25 to April 6. The trip was led by Spanish teachers Matthew Johlie, David Franson and Mark Bauman. Bauman explained...

While working in their biology class, Mike Hatfield and Abby Coleman perform a lab.  Along with others, these S.T.E.M. juniors students took part in the project Cancer for the Common Good which shed new light on how to cure different diseases with cancer cells.

S.T.E.M. biology students reconsider stereotypes through Cancer for the Common Good

Amanda Tener, staff reporter
February 28, 2017

Imagine being given the opportunity to solve a biological issue or disease. Perhaps you would want to cure an illness that affects someone in your family, or maybe solve a problem that affects many people,...

GIRL GENIUSES: Discussing and planning, sophomore Sophie Nathanson, senior Elizabeth Park and junior Katheryn Woo develop a prosthetic hand. The prosthetic hand that Society of Women Engineers designed and created was donated to e-NABLE, an organization that sends prosthetics to those in need.

Society of Women Engineers 3D prints prosthetic hand, donates to assist e-NABLE

Amanda Tener, staff reporter
December 17, 2016

Society of Women Engineers (SWE), an engineering club at South, created a prosthetic hand for an individual in a third world country while working with the organization e-NABLE. e-NABLE is an organization...

Titans with trophies:  After a victory, South’s former 2015-2016 BPA team poses at the BPA State Competition held in Oakbrook, Illinois during March of 2016. The trophy, referred to as the Professional Cup, was won by South’s BPA team for being the most outstanding BPA chapter in Illinois. Photo courtesy of Rosie McManamon

South BPA students strive for excellence in business world

Zhaneta Petra and Amanda Tener
November 4, 2016

Every year, students across the nation with a strong passion for business spend time collaborating with their fellow peers in local Business Professionals of America (BPA) clubs. At South, BPA club is...

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