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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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Eco Gym offers greener workout as first ever human, solar powered fitness center

Calli Haramaras, asst. features editor
October 4, 2013

Open 24 hours a day, Eco Gym, the first ever human and solar powered fitness center, prepares to open up Oct. 1. Using state-of-the-art fitness machinery, electricity is produced from each workout, fueling...

Student shares realistic perspective, elaborates on the weaknesses of marriage

Shea Anthony, asst. features
March 13, 2013

Growing up, I was exposed to a lot of once upon a times and happily ever afters that all seemed to culminate in the protagonist of the story falling in love and getting married. As a child, I would flounce...

When I found out the TRUTH about Santa I…

Madison O'Brien, asst. features editor
January 22, 2013

“...cried and refused to open my Christmas gifts until my sister promised me she was joking.” (Age 9) -Lauren Marchetto, Senior “...was in denial for a long time. I thought that maybe my parents...

South breast cancer survivors live to tell their tales

Madison O'Brien and Elisa Kim, asst. features editors
November 9, 2012

In April of 2006, at the age of 35, Rosie McManamon, Business Education teacher, was diagnosed with breast cancer. According to McManamon, it was hard for her to believe that she had breast cancer at...

Daughters support mothers with breast cancer

Shea Anthony and Madison O'Brien, Kelsey Pogue, asst. features editors, asst. web editor
November 9, 2012

While scientists and doctors have cured many diseases, cancer remains extremely elusive. According to senior Brittany Balzano, Cure Club president, one in four men and one in six women will be diagnosed...

Inked teens permanently make their mark with tattoos

Madison O'Brien, asst. features
October 5, 2012

Pearl Angob, Junior   Last February, junior Pearl Angob had a tattoo inked on her back. According to Angob, she did not have parent consent and had the tattoo done by a friend’s brother...

Mission trip helps students recognize value in service

Elisa Kim, asst. features
October 5, 2012

Elisa Kim asst. features editor   Trash was everywhere. Small children walked barefoot on dirty streets. People on bikes rode past on the bumpy ground. Although it’s only about a two-and-a-half...

South quadruplets strive four individualism

South quadruplets strive ‘four’ individualism

Shea Anthony, asst. features
October 5, 2012

South quadruplets strive ‘four’ individualism When Joyce Hennelly’s kids were young, she brought them over to a friend’s house for a playdate. They shuffled into the house like ducklings, following...

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