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Electives enable students to pursue their passions

Ella Vick, staff writer
April 21, 2021

South’s wide variety of electives offers every student a place to flourish. From Broadcasting to Foods, scholars receive opportunities to enter into new worlds and meet new people. With so many options,...

Fashion offers creative outlet in the professional world

Henry Schleizer, co-opinions editor
April 19, 2019

I’m back. A year ago, my first article about fashion came out. Other than the fact that I’ve started wearing more sneakers instead of boots and started wearing more maroon, nothing has changed. However,...

MONDAY WITH MANNY: On air for WGBK, senior Manny Martinez discusses baseball topics on his radio show Colombian Clubhouse which airs on Mondays at 5:30. In addition to WGBK, Martinez also is a part of Souths TV program.

Martinez pursues passion for broadcasting with South’s radio and television programs

Susie You, staff reporter
May 16, 2017

As a member of both WGBK and GBS TV, senior Manny Martinez is a familiar voice at South for his recurring appearances in morning announcements and for his frequent radio shows. According to Martinez, his...

GBS TV students discuss passion for film

Ava Mazzei, staff reporter
February 23, 2017

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of Glenbrook South Television or what really happens behind the Friday morning announcements, the fall sports clips, and the famous lip dubs? Members...

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