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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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Changes to curriculum have “chilling effect” on teachers

Connor Fondrevay-Bedell, asst. news editor
March 18, 2022

Nationwide, legislation restricting how schools teach racism and the history of the United States has made teachers’ jobs more difficult while devaluing students’ education, Jeannie Logan, Social Studies...

Graphic by Grace Clark

“[Turning Point USA’s poster] and the administration’s subsequent inaction have only left students hurt, vulnerable and unsatisfied” 

Sarah Kim and Minjae Lee
June 7, 2021

I’ve lived in two different parts of the U.S. in my life, with a short stay in Korea separating the two. When I grew up in Queens, New York, the lack of racism was supported by regular efforts of anti-racism....

Illustration by Chaeyeon Park

Anti-Asian sentiment demands for appropriate language

The Editorial Board
June 12, 2020

Walking through the hallways of South at the start of second semester, senior Hiroki Imura was told “not to get close” by students passing by. While attempting to do laundry, freshman Sabine Lee’s...

Illustration by Ella Prillaman

Racism at South prompts the need for discussions on sensitivity

The Editorial Board
November 15, 2019

While walking through the halls of South, one might hear conversations about weekend plans or homework complaints. However, Andrea Ball-Ryan, Black Student Union sponsor and South social worker, expressed...

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