The Oracle

Grammy awards misrepresent popular music

Nish Asokan, columnist

March 24, 2015

The Grammys never have been and never will be perfect. That kind of expectation is impossible. I do, however, think that the Grammys, representing a music award of the highest caliber, should elevate true artistry. I’d like to begin...

Olympian speed skater Brian Hansen reminisces about time at South

Tori Brown & Anushka Kalra, staff reporters

February 28, 2015

Olympian. Professional athlete. Hard worker. Titan. These words sum up a member of GBS alumnus Brian Hansen.  After graduating in 2009, Hansen went on to compete in the 2010 Vancouver and 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, winning a si...

Winter play creates new experiences

Megan Sheqiladze and Kiersten Teresi, staff reporters

February 18, 2015

Searching for a new identity, dealing with undesired situations, and dealing with a crazy family are but a few of the themes that make up this year’s winter plays: Identity Crisis and Actor’s Nightmare, which took place Jan. 27 a...

Love lost in Valentine’s Day drama

Danny Fookson, columnist

February 15, 2015

Roses are red, violets are blue, please don’t stop reading this article. Anyway, It came and went, and now it’s back once more: Valentine’s Day, my least favorite holiday of the year. I’m not scornful about some traumat...

Jack Jantsankhorol breaks into passion for dance

Nick Moran and Hwa Oh, staff reporters

December 28, 2014

The music turns up, the lights dim, and he hits the ground spinning.  A self-taught breakdancer and the only current member of De La Cru who brings this unique dancing style, junior Jack Jantsankhorol brings a new style to the...

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