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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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Kate Rogula

Kate Rogula, Assistant Sports Editor

Hi, my name is Kate Rogula and I am one of the assistant sports editors this year! This will be my first year as an editor on The Oracle. In my free time, I love listening to music, spending time with my friends and family, playing volleyball, and hanging out with my dogs.

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Unclear future for boys’ gymnastics

Athletes take to the podium as South’s boys’ gymnastics has qualified for state again. However, this might be their last time because after decades of competition, boys’ gymnastics may no longer...

Girls’ soccer succeeds

Anna Ivanov and Kate Rogula
May 19, 2023

Despite injuries and other setbacks at the start of the season, girls’ varsity soccer is competing with intensity and confidence in their games, Mark Daniels, Varsity Girls’ Soccer Head Coach, said. A...

Cars are easily directed out of Souths parking lot in the improved traffic system. Photo courtesy of Sofia Oyarzun.

South Traffic Improvements

Bailey Baker, Olivia Richards, and Kate Rogula
October 14, 2022

Over the summer, South changed its traffic system by adding another exit through the district District 225  lot near the front office, and an additional lane inside the parking lot based on a recommendation...

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