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American Sign Language fair revealed the deaf’s struggle to be understood

Lorelei Streb, staff reported

December 23, 2016

The American Sign Language class hosted an art fair in the Student Activity Center, Oct. 28, according to Sign Language Instructor, Rosemarie Carsello. Beside each painting in the fair were two students, either level 3 or 4 i...

South student develops clothing line ‘Nice as Heck’

Yassmin Khatib, staff reporter

July 20, 2016

Christopher Daus is not a typical high school student; Daus not only manages to be a teenager in high school with homework and tests, but he also manages to have his own clothing line, ‘Nice as Heck.’ “Last year, [my ...

South faculty pursue higher education, passion for learning

Augie Mikell, staff reporter

June 23, 2016

After students graduate from college, they reach a stoplight on their educational highway. While some may choose to stop at the red light and not continue their education, others decide to go at the green light and pursue more....

Sculpture class propositioned to be school year elective

Karina Benson, staff reporter

May 13, 2016

The GBS Art Department offers several classes to students, ranging from the two-dimensional world of painting and drawing to the three-dimensional pendants and rings of jewelry. According to Art Teacher Natalie Ingaunis, the Art Depa...

Friedland pursues musical passion through bass, teaching

Lizzie Garvey and Victoria Manousselis

May 9, 2016

On Sundays, there is rehearsal for the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra (CYSO) , then a rush to another rehearsal for a different orchestra, then the next morning there’s GBS Jazz Ensemble rehearsal, then at least two hours of...

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