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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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South Driver’s Ed named best program in state

South Driver’s Ed named best program in state

Lauren Durning, co-web editor
November 8, 2013

South’s Driver’s Ed was recognized as best in the state by Secretary of State Jesse White on Oct. 23. “Glenbrook South High School has an innovative driver education program that works to encourage...

Parapro helps bring Shakespeare to life; students value experience

Lauren Durning, staff writer
May 9, 2013

The Chicago Shakespeare Theater was built to resemble the Globe Theater in  London. Instead of having to stand for three hour plays, there are plush green seats surrounding the stage. Three or four times...

Academy Blogs express students opinions, writing styles

Academy Blogs express students’ opinions, writing styles

Lauren Durning, staff reporter
February 20, 2013

The senior Academy class at GBS has started posting blogs about current events for their English class, with topics ranging from the war in Afghanistan to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. These...

Feel the beat

Lauren Durning, staff reporter
December 21, 2012

South’s annual dance show, “Feel the Beat,” took place on Friday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 pm in the Norman E. Watson Auditorium.  The show consisted of 27 dances from De La Cru, Orchesis, and the Titan Poms...

DAHEEyum provides beauy tips to students, Youtube followers

Kailee Keenan and Lauren Durning, staff reporters
December 3, 2012

“Make sure you start with a freshly cleaned and moisturized face,” senior Dahee Will explains on her tutorial, “Quick School Makeup for Teens”. This video on YouTube has earned 400,700 views on...

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