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BUILDING STRENGTH: In gearing up for their spring season, junior Jake Smiley utilizes a new pull-up bar to improve his strength for baseball.

P.E. Department installs additional weight room

Lauren Benson and Hope Carrane
December 18, 2015

In early November, South opened a brand-new weights facility where the wrestling room was previously located. According to Steve Stanicek, P.E. instructional supervisor, this new weight room is fully...

GBS Model United Nations team hosts first conference GBSMUN I

GBS Model United Nations team hosts first conference ‘GBSMUN I’

Hope Carrane, staff reporter
April 24, 2015

South will be hosting its first annual Model UN conference, GBSMUN, for over 200 students on April 25. Even though the conference has happened for the past three years, this is the first year that the...

Woods, Radio work together, construct new broadcast table

Woods, Radio work together, construct new broadcast table

Hope Carrane, staff reporter
February 6, 2015

The GBS Woods and Radio programs collaborated to create a brand-new radio station setup, built by Woods 2 and Advanced Woods students, that was installed in December. The need for the radio station...

‘Tis the season for Key Club’s new kindness campaign

‘Tis the season for Key Club’s new kindness campaign

Hope Carrane, staff reporter
December 19, 2014

Key Club is spearheading its first GBS Random Acts of Kindness Campaign, an initiative designed to encourage acts of goodwill throughout the building, running Dec. 8-19. The campaign’s primary focus...

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