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The Oracle

The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

A history of violating rights

Sara Rahman, asst. a&e editor
February 17, 2023

With a single decision, the Taliban, an Islamic extremist group in Afghanistan, shattered the dreams of a generation of women. In addition to earlier orders which excluded girls from attending middle school...

Progressive Posters: Senior Mia Burshteyn, STAND for Peace member, helps hang Universal Declaration of Human Rights posters.

Taking a stand for human rights

Meredith Bill and Peyton Knorr
December 16, 2022

When a genocide broke out in Darfur, Sudan, in 2004, South students gathered to discuss and better understand the alarming news, thus forming Students Taking Action Now for Darfur (STAND) for Peace, Matt...

Charitable concert: Seniors, Jeremy Bernstein, Sam Collett, Danny McNeela and Lev Sheinfeld perform at Jamnesty.

Charitable concert: Jamnesty combines activism and music

Music has the ability to unify people across different cultures, ethnic groups and regions. This globally-shared experience is what makes it so powerful, said senior Lev Sheinfeld, a member of the band...

Illustration by Patsy Carolan

Election season leaves South with tough conversations

Emily Blumberg, co-news editor
November 20, 2020

The 2020 presidential election has created dissent across the country, and with a polarized electorate, it has become an unavoidable topic in many communities, including South. Although South is home to...

A NIGHT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: Jamming on the stage, sophomore Yeon Park plays his saxophone at Jamnesty. This event took place on Friday, April 12 in the West Cafeteria and featured different acts as well as information speeches about human rights.

Jamnesty raises awareness for human rights

Chloe Arciero, Hailey Cho, and Amelie Miller
April 22, 2019

The sound of light tapping on a snare drum rings through the West Cafeteria as Perform!, the first of many live bands, begins their performance. Four spotlights shine down on them as the band plays for...

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