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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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Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Max Beitzel, asst. features editor
February 17, 2023

Although Black History Month takes place during the month of February every year, many Black Americans celebrate their culture everyday, Andrea Ball-Ryan, Black Student Union (BSU) Sponsor, explained. Ball-Ryan...

The importance of being an ally: to the Black community

The Editorial Board
May 21, 2021

George Floyd. Trayvon Martin. Daunte Wright. Breonna Taylor. Rayshard Brooks. Daniel Prude. Atatiana Jefferson. Stephon Clark. Botham Jean. Philando Castille. Alton Sterling. Janisha Fonville. Eric Garner....

Protestors take to Glenviews Municipal Center calling for justice for George Floyd

Protestors take to Glenview’s Municipal Center calling for justice for George Floyd

Maggie Baumstark, co-editor-in-chief
June 1, 2020

At 1 p.m. today, June 1, hundreds of people lined the sidewalks and median in front of Glenview’s Municipal Center in peaceful protest. With fists raised in solidarity and toting signs that read “Silence...

Singing along to The Spark by Afrojack, senior Saarah Bhaiji shows her Titan spirit in the 2016 GBs lip dub. Bhaiji is an advocate for human rights and social justice for all people. Photo courtesy of GBSTV

South Senior Bhaiji advocates for social justice for all people

Madaket Chiarieri and Mia Merchant
November 28, 2016

Nelson Mandela ended apartheid in South Africa. Martin Luther King, Jr. lead the way to equal rights in America. South senior Saarah Bhaiji isn’t looking to change the world, she just wants to be treated...

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