The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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All content by Eliz Akgun
Graphic by Rachel Nwia

Seniors set sights on dream travel plans

Eliz Akgun, senior staff reporter
May 26, 2017

For months, minds have been venturing, thinking of dreamy lands far from Glenview. In a world of 196 countries and 7,000 languages, there is no shortage of captivating destinations or people who crave...

GBS tests new Gale resources search feature

Eliz Akgun, staff reporter
April 21, 2017

An extension that directly links students to GBS library resources from their Google search page has recently been implemented on student Chromebooks. According to Librarian Kris Jacobson she attended...

A way with words: Junior Gina Kim edits her essay on comfort women. This essay won Kim the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) award for the First Amendment Freedoms Art and Essay Contest.

ADL recognizes Kim for social justice, heritage

Eliz Akgun, staff reporter
February 14, 2017

This past November junior Gina Kim was the first place recipient of the 2016 First Amendment Freedoms Art and Essay Contest for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in which she was awarded a $5,000 scholarship...

South’s winter play provides fresh spin on Goldilocks and the Three Bears plot

Eliz Akgun , staff reporter
December 15, 2016

For most, the title Goldilocks and the Three Bears brings to mind dusty memories of a childhood full of fantasy and magical prospects. However, this year’s audience of South’s winter play, Goldilocks,...

Trujillo looks to return to junior world championships

Alex Thomas and Eliz Akgun
November 4, 2016

Five hours and fifteen minutes: nearly the length of a full school day, or perhaps the amount of sleep you get during a typical weeknight. However, for Melissa Trujillo, this signifies something different....

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