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How do we React to Disaster?

Betsy Jarosick, staff writer
May 5, 2022

When I was about seven, I remember seeing a car crash by an ice cream stand. Lit in the dusk by neon-bright storefronts, the other children and I rushed toward the edge of the road to gather around two...

Illustration by Margo Kazak

Students’ small businesses lend a hand to the community

Shosh Green, staff writer
October 2, 2020

During the pandemic, many businesses have suffered and struggled to keep their doors open with fewer in-person customers and insufficient technology services. For South students, however, the pandemic...

Youth Services, Child Development collaborate for community garden

Annabelle Northrup and Noah Walch
March 16, 2018

A student-created gardening program will begin during the first week of April at Glenview-Northbrook Youth Services, according to senior Madi Catarello. The program is part of a project for Advanced Childhood...

Running in a cross country race, freshman Luke Gregory smiles toward the finish line.

South goes gold to support the Gregory family

Caroline O'Shaughnessy and Ellie Ruos
November 10, 2017

In 2017, roughly 15,270 children and adolescents up to the age of 19 will be diagnosed with some form of pediatric cancer, according to the National Cancer Institute. This year, when freshman Luke Gregory...

illustration by Sarah Warner

Students contemplate stigmas surrounding Glenview’s neighborhoods

Alexandra Sharp and Abby Grant
February 10, 2017

Since 1990, movies like Home Alone have characterized the Northshore of Chicago as a breeder of families like the McCallister’s who can afford to take 15 family members to France for Christmas. Also...

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