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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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Russell pursues musical education passion at South

Esther Lim, co-a&e editor
October 2, 2020

Long tones—always play those long tones! These are the words of wisdom Markeises Russell, new Fine Arts Department instructional supervisor and co-band director, tells his students every band rehearsal....

COUNTRY CANDID: Singing at Synchroicity- themed Variety Show in 2017, Zach Adams (right) is accompanied by teammate Christan Cole (left). Adams and Cole participated in the football act last year. Photo courtesy of  Emily Tu

Adams searches for balance between music and athletics

Marcel Hoang and Julianne Crawford
November 10, 2017

Similar to how Zac Efron’s character, Troy Bolton from High School Musical can be seen shooting hoops on the court with fellow Wildcats, senior Zach Adams can be seen defending South’s goal line on...

MODEL MANIA: Painting on canvases, students partake in a real life modeling project last year. Each student is able to depict the model in their own style. Photo courtesy of Stephanie Fuja

Modeling project illuminates personal artistic styles

Brendan Wolf , staff reporter
November 10, 2017

Students circle up and begin painting the model in front of them. Tensions are high, as they only have five minutes to complete their work. However, amidst the chaos, junior Chloe Costigan can hear the...

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