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Ellory Moran

Ellory Moran, Assistant A&E Editor

Hi, I’m Ellory. I am the assistant A&E editor and it’s my first time on the editorial board. Other than Oracle, I like to participate in Theatre, play my electric guitar, and listening to music.

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Past Lives

Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor
February 16, 2024

Among all the Oscar nominees for Best Picture – Barbie, Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon, Poor Things, American Fiction, Zone of Interest, Maestro, and The Holdovers – the indie film Past Lives,...

Elf (2003) Review

Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor
December 22, 2023

When I was in elementary school, the best part of Christmas was the school holiday parties. The entire class would gather on the cozy rug, settle down with a cup of Swiss Miss, and watch a movie. In one...

Separate the art and artist

Separate the art and artist

Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor
December 22, 2023

During a dreary, exhausting school day, I often find myself popping in an Airpod and playing my favorite tunes to comfort myself. Most students also listen to music to experience a sense of relief throughout...

Many Mediums: Photo by Amberlyn Hwang, ceramic by Grace Tekip, painting by Michelle Enkhbat, sculpture by Mark Begonia, and drawing by Anu Albegbayer.

Visual Art Electives

Ellory Moran, asst. a&e editor
November 17, 2023

Photography Click. One snap of a camera is all it takes to capture a photo. However, it takes skill to express the desired artistry and emotion within that photo, Art Teacher Amie Elliot said. Photography...

Satellite Radio shoots for the stars

Satellite Radio shoots for the stars

Ellory Moran, Asst. A&E Editor
October 13, 2023

For most students, the Dunkin’ across the street from the Glenview Public Library is a place to grab coffee before studying. However, for upcoming indie band Satellite Radio, Dunkin’ is where junior...

The Final Bow

The Final Bow

Ellory Moran, staff writer
May 19, 2023

Senior Lila Becker looked out at the audience, tears streaming down her face and confetti flying around her, as she took her final bow. It was the closing night of Mean Girls, and Becker’s last time...

Water polo dives into new season

Water polo dives into new season

Danielle Joseph and Ellory Moran
April 21, 2023

With a competitive and enjoyable environment, the varsity girls’ water polo team seeks to end the season strong Micheal Stancik, Varsity Girls’ Water Polo Head Coach, said. Stancik explained that...

Planning Members: Interact leader Vivian Wang gave club members an explanation of
the blood drive during their morning meeting on March 1. Members also created posters
advertising the drive.

Interact prepares for blood drive

Lynn Lee, Asma Ghomrawi, and Ellory Moran
March 17, 2023

The Interact Blood Drive on March 22 is an all-day event held in the Lyceum for both students and staff to sign up to- donate blood, Mark Gallagher, Math Teacher and Interact Club Sponsor, said. The...

Ping-pong club: easygoing and enjoyable

Ellory Moran, Staff Writer
December 16, 2022

Tryouts, cuts, and competition excluded. South’s Ping-Pong Club offers a relaxed environment where students can play ping pong while still maintaining a competitive spirit, Steven Berkley, Ping-Pong...

Senior Pet Awareness Month

Ellory Moran and Maia Weissman
November 10, 2022

When it comes to adopting pets, the bitter truth of the matter is that older animals are usually the last to be chosen. Compared to the 60 percent adoption rate for younger dogs and puppies, senior dogs...

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