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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

Tall Titans, Tiny Tots: Freshman Charlie Kite dives into the colorful world of the Early Childhood Education class, captivating a Titan Tot with a fun lesson. involving pom poms. In the Early Childhood Education class, students come up with activities such as these to play with the Tots. Photo by Mariyam Aleem
A special bond
Bailey Baker, asst. features editor • April 25, 2024

In a room bursting with vitality, a tapestry of vibrant colors adorns the walls. Hand-crafted murals compliment an alphabet rug and personalized...

Artistic escape to full-time career
Artistic escape to full-time career
Sofia Cole and Maya Scahill April 25, 2024

When senior Nicholas DeRosa was seven years old, he stumbled upon a drawer with unfamiliar objects at...

Students Celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year
Students Celebrate Nowruz, the Persian New Year
Zoha Suteria, asst. features editor • March 22, 2024

Nowruz, the Persian New Year, begins with a sense of excitement and joy that fills every celebrating...

Soaring Scouts:  Eagle Scout Ethan Pollack (fifth from the left) and his troop walk at the Glenviews Memorial Day Parade in 2023, representing and supporting their community. Troop 69 marches in the parade every year with the local American legion point.
Eagle Scouts spread their wings
Audrey Reid, Staff Writer • March 22, 2024

Becoming an Eagle Scout requires numerous years of constant hard work and effort. Learning skills like...

Onward House party: Patricia Haben (left) and Kathy Coskey (right), Onward House Sponsors, present a plaque to Mario F. García (center), Executive Director of Onward House, celebrating 50 years of collaboration.
Golden Anniversary
Sarah Park, news editor • April 25, 2024

Onward House, a service club based on tutoring children in Northwest Chicago, celebrated

In Other News: IL considering ACT
Olivia Richards, asst. news editor • April 25, 2024

Illinois is considering switching from the SAT to the ACT for all high school students,

South transitions to Zoom Phones
Sarah Park, news editor • April 25, 2024

Embracing a modern communication system, South is replacing their landline service with

In Other News: Protesters block O’Hare
Olivia Richards, asst. news editor • April 25, 2024

Pro-Palestinian protesters blocked the lanes of Interstate I-190 leading to O’Hare International

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Photo by Mariyam Aleem
Flipping to the top
Peyton Knorr and Nolan Miller April 25, 2024

South’s Boys’ Gymnastics Team has just kicked off their season with an impressive start,...

Racing through records
Kate Rogula, asst. sports editor • April 25, 2024

South Boys’ Varsity Track and Field celebrated a new school 1,600 meter run record for the...

Athletic Dept. Shines
Betty Polyakov and Anna Ivanov April 25, 2024

Souths Athletic department is the mastermind behind the coordination of South sports and the...

Lax to the max
Kate Shambo, Assistant Sports Editor • April 25, 2024

As the spring sun shines on the field, there's an undeniable energy that sweeps through the Boys’ Varsity...

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The Dim Reality of Cyberbullying
The Dim Reality of Cyberbullying
Erin Walker, asst. opinions editor • April 25, 2024

Hate. The world is full of it. It is impossible to escape. Teens are pelted with it from all sides, both online and in-person. In truth, 51...

Driving towards a cleaner future
Driving towards a cleaner future
Maia Weissman, Assistant Opinions Editor • April 25, 2024
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No good choices for new voters
Riley Shankman, managing editor • April 25, 2024
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Symphonic sounds: Yang sings with his perfect pitch, rehearsing in the practice room. He is in many choir groups at South, such as Master Singers, Fusion, Chamber Singers, and Scat That.
Pitch perfect performer
Tyler Chaiket, staff writer • April 25, 2024
As the notes harmonize in South’s Choral program, many voices can be heard, but one singer stands out
Bhangra Blast: Bhangra Beatz members (top row, left to right) sophomores Ayona Jacob, Amirah Thomas, and Marissa Thomas, juniors Diksha Anthony, Hannah Pinarkyil, and Rayna John, alunmi Riona Jose, sophomore Alona Mathew, seniors Hailey Punnosse and Saniya Thomas, (bottom row, left to right) sophomore Sonya Achettu, junior Ashley Jacob,  seniors Emma Kurian, Sarah Maliakal, Michelle Jose, Amrita Vadukumcherry, and Seona Mathew performed at Niles North on April 12 at 7 p.m. for their last performance of the year.
Bhangra binds culture, dance
Mahi Chikani, staff writer • April 25, 2024
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Swift's new album underwhelms
Molly Tomczyk, co-a&e editor • April 25, 2024
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