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Investing in your future

Investing in your future

Bailey Baker, staff writer
April 21, 2023

Every other Wednesday morning in Room 1137, South students gather to talk about money and strategies for smart investing at Investments Club, junior member Dylan Monagan said. The world of stocks, investment...

New Powerlifting Club raises the bar

Austin Hurst, staff writer
May 20, 2022

In the after school hours, sounds of cheering and excitement fill the weights room as South’s Powerlifting Club athletes put in the work to beat personal records or add another weight to their barbell,...

Illustration by Jiha Kim

Paranormal Club scares up a storm

Sara Rahman, Staff writer
October 1, 2021

Ghost hunting in the English hallway; watching scary movies together; going on ghost tours in Chicago, and sharing paranormal incidents. This is what members experience in Paranormal Club. The members...

Club Collaboration: Planet Green and Elpida members work together to plant a pollinator garden.

Planet Green leads various environmental projects in the community

Betsy Jarosick, Staff Writer
June 2, 2021

Planet Green is a club with a goal: helping the Earth. Now in its second year, the club members work to make a difference, according to sponsor Lisa Pavic, who is also a biology and environmental science...

Staying Paw-sitive: Cause 4 Paws helps animals in need

Staying Paw-sitive: Cause 4 Paws helps animals in need

Eliana Pritikin, Staff writer
May 21, 2021

Junior Lauren Collins beamed after checking the Cause 4 Paws donation box in South’s front office for Orphans of the Storm, a local animal shelter, ecstatic from the community’s generous contributions....

New Club Alert: The Public Art Collaborative

New Club Alert: The Public Art Collaborative

Jack Latreille
April 21, 2021

Pasted to the wall just outside of the library is the first art piece of a new club at South, the Public Art Collaborative, according to English Teacher Scott Glass, the club’s sponsor. Glass explained...

illustration by Sneha Augustine

Lumos shines light on child institutionalization

Victoria Appel and Clare Lanscioni
December 1, 2020

Who is your favorite Harry Potter character? What is your Hogwarts house? These are the types of questions raised in South’s new club, Lumos, which is not only filled with Harry Potter discussions, but...

CLEANUP CREW: Posing with bags of trash, Interact members proudly display their success in cleaning a portion of Landwehr road. Interact and other clubs at South have planned several environmental awareness-based service projects. Photo courtesy of Lily Sands

Environmental service unites student organizations in common goal

Sharon Kim and Youjin Shon
November 4, 2016

This year’s service theme for GBS clubs is centered around environmental awareness. In a time of rapid environmental change due to human activity, GBS students may be able to make a lasting difference...

Presenting at TED-Ed Clubs first meeting, sponsor Jorge Zamora talks with new club members. The club will work to enhance students presentation skills as they discuss and develop their own ideals.

TED-Ed Club promotes presentation skills, facilitates discussion

Cassidy Foronda, staff reporter
April 26, 2016

TED-Ed (Technology, Entertainment and Design) Club is a new club at South; according to its website, the club looks to both develop students’ presentation skills and fostering discussion, development...

DESI DANCE: Attracting the attention of other dancers, senior Jeffery Kurian’s energy spreads enthusiasm amongst his peers as they dance to Bollywood music. Desi Club hosted its first Bollywood dance night to fundraise for a non-profit school in New Delhi and Dara Dune, India.

Desi Club hosts Bollywood Dance Night

Lauren Benson, staff reporter
April 22, 2016

Desi Club hosted its first Bollywood Dance Night on March 18 in the Lyceum at GBS. According to Club Sponsor Sejal Schullo, the night consisted of Bollywood-(the Indian movie industry) themed music and...

CELEBRATING CHRISTIANITY: Senior H2O members Kevin Jeon (left) and Claudia Choi (right) engage in a conversation with junior member Paul Choi (middle). The club discusses their faith and promotes positive fellowhip within the school. Photo by Jacqueline DeWitt

H2O Club fosters fellowship, discusses Christianity

Gina Kim, staff reporter
February 5, 2016

Each Thursday afternoon, one by one, students trickle into the quiet comfort of Room 257. Among the walls adorned with laminated math posters, a muted noise of a singer and his guitar plays in the background ...

Chicagolandia Club promotes culture

Cassidy Foronda, staff reporter
December 9, 2015

Uniform houses sit beside quiet streets with lawns well trimmed and children playing on the sidewalk: a picturesque suburbia situated only a short distance from its polar opposite. Soaring skyscrapers...

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