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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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The news site of Glenbrook South High School.

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Fostering provides quarantine companions

Chloe Arciero and Dani Carr
June 12, 2020

While most of the world has come to a screeching halt because of COVID-19, the pandemic has not stopped the work of animal rescue organizations and their volunteers. Because of social isolation, the amount...

CAROLINE TO THE RESCUE: Laying on her couch, Sophomore Caroline O’Shaughnessy embraces her rescue dog, Dakota, whom her and her family adopted three years ago. O’Shaughnessy encourages families to consider adopting rescue animals instead of buying from designer breeders. Photo courtesy of Caroline O’Shaughnessy

Rescue animals in urgent need of adoption

Caroline O'Shaughnessy, asst. features editor
February 9, 2018

For three years I’ve woken up each morning to be met with an eager greeting and wet nose at the bottom of my stairs from Dakota, my best friend, comforter, and companion- but most importantly- my rescue...

Harambe doesn’t get honor he deserves

Jonathan Lee, co-opinions editor
September 30, 2016

Hey South, I’m back. How was your summer? Nice! Mine was terrible. Yep, I have sad news, so get those tissues out. But don’t act like you’re surprised, you can’t spell opinion without “onion.” So...

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