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Award Winning Advisor: Leading her Yearbook students, Yearbook Advisor Brenda Field speaks to students about the progress of this year’s edition of Etruscan. Field is the 2017 recipiant of the Journalism Education Association’s (JEA)  H.L. Hall National Yearbook Advisor of the Year.

[Photo] Field wins JEA National Yearbook Advisor of the Year

Imra Tajuddin and Mary Grace Reynolds
February 9, 2018

Award Winning Advisor: Leading her Yearbook students, Yearbook Advisor Brenda Field speaks to students about the progress of this year’s edition of Etruscan. Field is the 2017 recipiant of the Journalism...

PASSIONATE PROFESSOR: Smiling at one of her classes, Yearbook Advisor Brenda Field goes over the deadlines with her students. Field was honored for her journalistic achievements in and out of the classroom with the NSPA Pioneer Award.

[Photo] Field receives Pioneer Award for educational achievements

Chaerim Park, staff reporter
November 10, 2017

PASSIONATE PROFESSOR: Smiling at one of her classes, Yearbook Advisor Brenda Field goes over the deadlines with her students. Field was honored for her journalistic achievements in and out of the classroom...

[Photo] GBS honors generational teaching

Ellie Ruos, asst. features editor
October 6, 2017

PEREFECT PITCH: Warming up his pitch, Senior Sejay Patel prepares for an upcoming game at one of his practices. The varsity team will be heading to Regionals this weekend in Mundelien, Illinois.

[Photo] Baseball works to improve as season ends

Emily Zimbler, staff reporter
May 26, 2017

PEREFECT PITCH: Warming up his pitch, Senior Sejay Patel prepares for an upcoming game at one of his practices. The varsity team will be heading to Regionals this weekend in Mundelien, Illinois.

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