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Misinterpretations of link lunch policy cause confusion

Anne Ribordy and Noah Walch

December 20, 2019

Students who spend their unscheduled time, such as lunch and SRT, in the link this year have faced the consequence of being kicked out of the area by paraprofessionals. However, the deans’ office does not forbid the use of the...

Turnabout unable to sell enough tickets to break even

Anne Ribordy, asst. news editor

March 15, 2019

On March 2, Girls’ Letter Club held the Turnabout Dance and sold 706 tickets, but failed to break even by about 400 tickets says Kim Kiraly, Girls’ Letter Club, sponsor. Turnabout is the all-school spring dance where girls tradit...

Model UN hires new assistant sponsor

Augie Mikell and Anne Ribordy

February 7, 2019

In mid-October, Jesse Sisler, instructional aid for the Special Education Department, was chosen to be the new assistant sponsor for South’s Model United Nations (MUN) team. Although Sisler doesn’t have any previous experience wi...

Glenbrook students collaborate, perform The Little Mermaid

Anne Ribordy, staff reporter

May 17, 2018

Whether students are singing and dancing on the stage, constructing the set with stage crew or playing music in the pit, students from GBS and Glenbrook North are fusing their talents together to put on the 2018 Glenbrook musical,...

Key Club hosts annual GBSRAK to spread positivity

Anne Ribordy

December 23, 2017

This year, Key Club’s Random Acts of Kindness (GBSRAK) campaign, which took place from Dec. 11 to Dec. 22, added new projects to appeal to a variety of different audiences, Katheryn Woo, Key Club co-administrative committee leader s...

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