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South students share fears, phobias

Sally You, Co-Opinions Editor

March 14, 2014

“I really don’t like clowns because when I was about 5, we went to the circus, and they asked for a volunteer to come down and help, and they picked me. When I got down there they let out this midget clown wearing fake blood...

Bigelow copes with depression through self-started knitting business

Sally You, asst. a&e editor

March 11, 2013

One in 20 teens in the United States suffer from clinical depression, which impairs one’s ability to carry on without mood disorders and changes in behavior and physical health, according to notmykid.org. Unfortunately, many...

V-Show theme ‘Carpe Diem’ provides opportunity for wide range of acts

Rachel Mann, Sally You, Kali Croke, co-a&e editor, asst. a&e editor, staff reporter

February 1, 2013

  The Glenbrook South Variety Show (V-Show) is a production that students, faculty and the community look forward to every year. According to director Stevi Marks, “Carpe Diem” will be the theme of this year’s 38th...

Lucky Cubed

Sally You, asst. a&e

October 5, 2012

Surfing the web has become an everyday routine for the majority of teens today. Depending on  a teen’s interests, the websites they visit and things they do online may vary. Typically, the average teen does not know the...

New band Zaramela aims to embrace opportunities

Sally You, Shea Anthony, asst. A&E editor, asst. features editor

May 25, 2012

The blaring sound of a trumpet, played by junior Aaron Gamalinda, takes over the melody as a deep, rich saxophone, played by junior Mike Jang, and a methodic drum beat, laid down by junior Malcolm Engel, combine to form a catchy...

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