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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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Social media detox allow mental clarity

Hafsa Rahman, asst. news editor
May 25, 2022

Social media is a double-edged sword.  On one hand, it keeps us connected with our loved ones and is a window to see all the things around us. On the other hand, it is a toxic platform that fuels comparisons...

A step towards equity

A step towards equity

Hafsa Rahman, asst. news editor
April 22, 2022

Sophomore P.E. classes will transition from single-gendered to coed classes beginning next school year, P.E. Teacher Josh Stanton said.  The main purpose of this change is to promote inclusivity for...

Omicron on the rise, district implements post winter break testing

Hafsa Rahman, asst. news editor
December 17, 2021

To mitigate the spread of Covid-19 during the holidays, District 225 will continue to use SHIELD and BinaxNOW Covid-19 testing program for all students after winter break, Casey Wright, associate principal...

Speak Up: Public speaking teams step up to the virtual podium

Hafsa Rahman, staff writer
March 19, 2021

Public speaking teams at South including speech team, Model United Nations (MUN), and Business Professionals of America (BPA) have made adjustments this year to better fit Covid-19 restrictions. Principal...

Student Council reenvisions spring events

Rishi Lulla and Hafsa Rahman
February 12, 2021

Spring at South is typically characterized by various events, including Spring Fling and prom. Despite Covid-19 restrictions, Student Council will still organize these events, Principal Dr. Lauren Fagel...

Emmett Kyoshi Wilson inspires inclusivity through art

Emmett Kyoshi Wilson inspires inclusivity through art

Hafsa Rahman and Ella Vick
December 20, 2020

As a child, Emmett Kyoshi Wilson, a South freshman with Down Syndrome, had difficulty writing. In an effort to get anything into his hand, his mom, Kathy Menighan Wilson, tried handing him a paint brush...

Helping Hands: Dropping off donations, members of the Glenview community show support for South’s canned food drive. All items can be dropped off at the front entrance of the school.

Safety precautions prompt changes to annual canned food drive

Hafsa Rahman and Sophie Pederson
November 20, 2020

Many community events have been put on pause or canceled altogether due to the pandemic, however, South’s Student Council is still holding one event, the fall food drive, which will end Nov. 24. People...

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