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Marvelous musicians:  Posing for a photo (left to right) North students seniors Abby Rench and Changwoo Yu and South students senior David Lukaszcyk, sophomore Andrew Yang, and juniors Peter Hitzeman and Anthony Tu, unite at the ILMEA state musical festival. 
Photo courtesy of Peter Hitzeman

At ILMEA, melodies ring, choirs sing, musicians do their thing

Hannah Kahhat, staff writer
February 11, 2022

The smooth, melodic sounds of musical masters filled the room as the six musicians representing South performed at the Illinois Music Education Association (ILMEA) state music festival. From Jan. 26-29,...

“Don’t you forget” about the winter play

Hannah Kahhat, staff writer
December 17, 2021

The nostalgic 80’s feeling lingered in the air as the cast of South’s winter play, The Breakfast Club, rehearsed for their performance. The library, where the play was held, was anything but quiet...

Collection Craze: Donations wait across from the bookstore, ready to be transported to the Northfield Food Pantry.

South asked to give what they “can”

Hannah Kahhat and Layla Mohamed
November 12, 2021

As the days are getting shorter, the crisp and earthy atmosphere of November has set in, and most are yearning for the holiday season to begin. In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving break, South hosts...

Atlas, Curry bring harmony to musical community

Danielle Joseph and Hannah Kahhat
October 1, 2021

An inseparable connection to music. That is all it took to convince Rachel Atlas, the Glenbrooks’ new co-orchestra director, to change her college major from pre-med to music. Between Atlas, a new addition...

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