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Getting to know Speech Team

Sarah Al-Jawhar, asst. features editor
November 10, 2022

Whether it is sharing snacks or giving each other advice about their speeches, junior Gianna Barash knows her fellow Speech Team members are always there to support her and everyone else on the team. After...

Speech opportunities must be consistent for all students

the Editorial Board
December 22, 2017

It’s no secret technology plays a bigger part in people’s lives than ever, and there is little doubt the trend will continue. However, as people move to digital communication, the importance of face-to-face...

PROFICIENT PATEL: Practicing a speech after school, senior Maya Patel emphasizes her point with hand gestures. Of all the GBS Speech Team members, Patel was the only one to advance to the State tournament, which was held in Peoria on Feb. 19-20.

Speech team qualifies for regionals, Patel for state

Lauren Benson, staff reporter
March 11, 2016

Speech team members competed in all 14 events at the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Regional Tournament on Feb. 6 at Warren Township High School, according to Nancy Schultz, new team head coach. Seniors...

Senior George Maroutsos delivers speech to Greek Parliament

Grace Shin, asst. news editor
October 9, 2015

Senior George Maroutsos traveled to Athens, Greece, as a participant of the Parliament of Youth from Sept. 3-Sept. 12. “I was chosen to be a representative from the United States to speak [to] the Greek...

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