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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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First generation students find independence, success

Cassidy Jeanine Foronda, senior editor
May 25, 2018

After a day of school, students are accustomed to a doting parent asking how their day went. For senior Lesley Zavala, as early as elementary school, these inquiries were accompanied by her mother encouraging...

Titan D1 Athletes

Cassidy Jackson, senior editor
May 26, 2017

Nic Cavallaro  Developing volleyball skills wasn’t the only thing that senior Nic Cavallaro learned on the GBS volleyball court. According to Cavallaro, he’ll be heading south to Queens University...

Graphic by Rachel Nwia

District 225 analyzes outcomes of recent Powerschool study

District 225 is analyzing data and feedback following a study which restricted Powerschool access for students and parents during school hours. The experiment was conducted from April 3-28 and included...

Captain America: Civil War revives classic debates

Captain America: Civil War revives classic debates

Lauren Frias and Hannah Mason
May 27, 2016

Below are two writers' takes on the latest Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War. Captain America defends Avengers What do you think of when you hear the word “superhero”? Maybe you picture...

Letter to self: Senior Claire Fisher reflects on her high school career with guidance, wisdom to her freshman self

Letter to self: Senior Claire Fisher reflects on her high school career with guidance, wisdom to her freshman self

Claire Fisher, senior editor
May 29, 2015

Dear freshman Claire,   Put simply, these four years of high school are going to fly by, just like everyone said they would.  You will look up one day and be stunned that you are already facing...

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