The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

The Oracle

Grace Clark

Grace Clark, Managing Editor

Hi! My name is Grace Clark, and Managing Editor for The Oracle. My responsibilities include managing the web team and posting on our social media. This is my second year on the editorial board, and I am so excited to have a normal year this year. I have many different interests, and I am involved in many different activities. I am on the lacrosse team, I am a part of Planet Green, and I am a Peer Group leader.

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Cowlin’s corner: Cowlin’s own nod to a time before the digital age in cinema is the VHS movie boxes lining the corner of the Film Studies room, a time when picking a film all depended on the movie box art and summary on the back. Photo by Alisha Zachariah

Now showing: Film Studies

Grace Clark and Layla Mohamed
March 18, 2022

The lights are dimmed, the glow of the movie screen reflects on everyone’s faces, and there is excitement as the movie begins, but this is not a movie theater. This is room 2187, the Film Studies classroom....

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South alumni, Iñaki Bascaran passes away at 23

Grace Clark and Kris Blumberg
November 13, 2021

He was “magnetic”, “the king of dancing”, and a “goofball”. These are the words people used to describe Iñaki Bascaran in remembrance of his life at his memorial service. Bascaran’s funeral...

Individual actions impact earth

Grace Clark, managing editor
October 1, 2021

A few years ago, promoting personal changes to help the environment, such as zero waste and veganism, was very popular on environmental social media pages. But lately, these blogs seem to have abandoned...

Welcoming workers: Catherine Furse greets in-person students with a friendly face.

The unsung heroes of South stay committed through Covid restrictions

Grace Clark and Sofia Oyarzun
May 21, 2021

Working diligently every day, South faculty members like paraprofessionals and instructional assistants have received little to no recognition for their efforts, according to Dan Gorski, security coordinator...

Sweet Students: Persevering through icy tempuratures and snow-covered driveways, juniors Elise Bauerschmidt, Elle Milek and Bella DeRosa (left to right) help out senior citizens through the Snow Angels Program. Photo courtesy of  Grace Cullum

Snow much fun: Interact’s Snow Angels Program helps Glenview’s senior citizens

Grace Clark and Mia Carr
February 12, 2021

After a cold winter storm, shoveling a snowy driveway is not the first thing anyone wants to do. However, members of South’s Snow Angels Program help senior citizens in the community by doing exactly...

In dark times, students look to holiday traditions for light

In dark times, students look to holiday traditions for light

Chloe Arciero, Dani Carr, and Grace Clark
December 18, 2020

Hanukkah  The aromatic smell of latkes drifts around the room and friends and family chatter away as they cook up fried oreos, doughnuts, snickers and anything else they can get their hands on. This...

Illustration by Natalie Cronin

Juggling the worlds of Zoom and parenting; teachers persevere

Lexi Babich and Grace Clark
October 2, 2020

From teaching their students on Zoom to helping their own children with schoolwork, a teacher’s job is never done. Tara Tate and Emily Ekstrand, social studies teachers, have both been challenged with...

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