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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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Beat boredom at Board game club

Layla Mohamed, staff writer
February 11, 2022

Experiences that broaden horizons, a unique variety of games, and an overall fun environment are just a few of the welcoming characteristics of the board game club here at South, shared member Sophomore...

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Students seek support after the transition back to in-person learning

Ivette Dimitrova, Columnist
September 13, 2021

Rolling out of bed and hopping onto a Zoom class is completely different to waking up early in the morning and going to class at school. Some South students have been feeling disorientated, agitated, and...

Looking for fairness: The discrepancies between at-home and in-school environments

The Editorial Board
March 19, 2021

Let’s face it: this school year is weird. We never thought our whiteboards would project half our classmates’ faces, we likely didn’t expect to have Owls in the classroom and we had probably never...

Illustration by Margarita Kazak

E-learning calls for lower final exam percentages

The Editorial Board
December 18, 2020

As a student’s eyes are glued to Zoom a few feet away from their bed, the once fine line between their home life and school life is blurred. While collaboration with classmates and interaction with teachers...

Oracle After Hours: The Dos and Donts of E-Learning

Oracle After Hours: The Dos and Don’ts of E-Learning

Mackenzie Bill, columnist
October 1, 2020

I have picked up some tips I would like to share about successes and failures during this year’s e-learning experience. By recognizing some positive and negative experiences that I have had during e-learning,...

Oracle After Hours: Feeling tired after every class? You are not alone.

Oracle After Hours: Feeling tired after every class? You are not alone.

Aria Jain, columnist
September 24, 2020

As I press my cheek against the palm of my hand, I feel my eyes lull shut as my teacher’s voice drifts off into the distance. Unfortunately, this is a situation I have found myself in more times than...

graphic by district 225 administration

Administration approves new back-to-school plan beginning with E-learning

Emily Blumberg and Ella Naugle
July 29, 2020

The 2020-2021 school year will begin on August 19 with e-learning, although newly created policies prove that it will look much different than the previous spring semester, according to District and South...

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