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The Oracle

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STUPENDOUS STAGE CREW:  Stage Crew members, juniors Emma Isaacs and Dru Tibbetts, work together on the sound board to change the lighting of the stage. Stage Crew creates unique sets for each production they work on.

Stage Crew creates bonds, constructs individual sets

Lauren Lashley, staff reporter
December 22, 2017

On stage, students in costumes bow to thunderous applause, large smiles plastered on their faces fueled by an intense rush of adrenaline. Invisible to the audience, students dressed in black stand offstage,...

Fashion Club reaches out to children in need

Lauren Lashley, Staff Reporter
November 29, 2017

Fashion Club at South may be known for their clothing and designs, but what goes on off the runway has the potential to change that. Not only do they spend their afternoons watching new episodes of Project...

BEAMING BORON:  Standing between a line of trombones, co-band director Brian Boron watches intently as the GBS marching band rehearses. Boron, a Glenbrook North graduate, was part of the GBS band staff last year as a percussion instructor and started his first year as co-band director this fall.

Boron takes on role as co-band director

Lauren Lashley, staff reporter
October 6, 2017

Band performances can create a lasting impression on both the musicians and the audience, but behind every great show, there are people working hard to make sure that it goes off without a hitch. One...

Backpack weights worsen medical issues, burden unnecessary

Lauren Lashley, staff reporter
May 26, 2017

The halls of South are alive with students weaving their way to their next class or stopping to chat with their friends. On their backs rest backpacks of all colors: black, blue, purple, white, red, grey....

LOUNES BY THE LAKE:  Bending forward with one leg in the air and his arms spread out, junior Lounes Landri executes a Penché. Landri started dancing when he was in seventh grade, and this summer, he will be attending a summer program at The Juilliard School.

Landri dances his way into Juilliard’s summer program, hopes to become professional dancer

Lauren Lashley and Alissa Donatello
April 21, 2017

Dance. A graceful yet complicated art that requires years of careful instruction and hours upon hours of practice each week, according to junior Lounes Landri. Landri is a dancer at South and has been...

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