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Caroling Choir: (top) (left to right) Chambers Singers juniors Lily Geimer, Naomi Lewis, and Leah Plasterer pose in front of the gazebo in Jackman Park. (bottom) (left to right) Chambers Singers sophomore Macy Hueblein, junior Maddie Uhlemann, sophomore Maddy Preston, Lewis, and Plasterer sing holiday songs under the gazebo in Jackman Park on Nov. 25 at 5 p.m.

[Photo] Festive Chorus

Peyton Knorr, staff writer
December 22, 2023

Caroling Choir: (top) (left to right) Chambers Singers juniors Lily Geimer, Naomi Lewis, and Leah Plasterer pose in front of the gazebo in Jackman Park. (bottom) (left to right) Chambers Singers sophomore...

Vera at the Eras: Vera Vassilyeva enjoying Taylor Swifts The Eras Tour at Soldier Field. Vassilyeva attended the concert on June 4.

Who Taylor is to me

Vera Vassilyeva, staff writer
November 17, 2023

I was seven years old, lying in my best friend’s room, watching Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me” music video on repeat. This was my introduction to Swift. At first, the singer did not stick...

“100 Titans Dijeron” improves Spanish skills

“100 Titans Dijeron” improves Spanish skills

Vera Vassilyeva, staff writer
November 22, 2022

Spanish Teacher Matt Johlie’s Spanish 563 students organized “100 Titans Dijeron”, an activity similar to the TV game show Family Feud,  for the underclassmen Spanish students to participate in...

NAHS art show opens

Asma Ghomrawi, Lynn Lee, and Vera Vassilyeva
November 10, 2022

The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) opened their annual art exhibition with the theme “Dreams”, selected by the student leaders, in South’s Art Gallery on Nov. 1, and will be open through the month...

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