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Speechapalooza: Speech Team members (top row, left to right) junior Sean Fallon, freshman Vihaan Iyengar, senior Justin Kim, senior Eric Nardulli, sophomore Madelaine Meyer,  sophomore Anne Sullivan-Beltran, junior Alexandra Lehene, sophomore Olivia Jurado, senior Gianna Barash, senior Anya Azara, senior Gabriel Blumenfeld, (bottom row, left to right) freshman Shayna Fitzershtein, sophomore George Abraham, freshman Alexandra Gorodovsky, and freshman Megan Kay competed at the Speechapalooza competition with the code “Fall Out Boy”.

Speech Team goes gold

Libby Trapp, staff writer
March 22, 2024

It is 6:15 a.m. on a Saturday morning when the bus rolls to a stop, allowing South’s Speech Team, all suited up, to crowd in. Though tired from the early start, nervous energy hangs in the air as the...

Fockey finishes their season at state

Fockey finishes their season at state

Caroline Ohlandt, Aahil Jiwani, and Ben Mann
November 12, 2021

As rain washed over the turf of New Trier West’s field, girls in field hockey uniforms collided in the cold air. Ponytails were drenched in not just sweat as the scoreboard slowly ticked down during...

HOCKEY HEROES:   Facing up against an opponent, Glenbrook captain Chloe Carroll (left) readies herself for a play against a Loyola Rambler on Dec. 17. Gaining possesion of the puck, defenseman Addison Carr looks to advance up the ice against Loyola. Glenbrook tied with the Ramblers by a score of 2-2.

Women’s hockey shoots to return to state

Madaket Chiarieri, Staff reporter
December 22, 2017

Before the puck drop of the iconic North vs. South men’s hockey game, junior Kat Poulos stepped onto the ice alongside her teammates, both old and new. Being honored as state champions as a team of girls...

Taking a practice shot, senior Sophia Lau finishes her swing with a follow through. Lau competed with the rest of her team at state on Oct. 13 and 14.

Women’s golf places 11th at state

Madaket Chiarieri, staff reporter
November 10, 2017

Junior Hanna Tanaka stood next to the leader boards with the rest of her teammates  on the women’s golf team, waiting for the scores to come in. The sectional meet had just ended, and the girls were...

DIVING ME CRAZY:  Beginning her event, junior Leza Bergin competes against Niles West on Oct. 27. The Titans defeated the Wolves 94-92 and celebrated the class of 2018 at their senior night.

Women’s swim & dive looks to qualify for State

Emily Bauer, staff reporter
November 10, 2017

The GBS women’s swim team is back in the pool this fall with several victories already including against competitors such as GBN and Evanston. As the season progresses, the team hopes to continue succeeding...

Math team finishes sixth in state conference

Jimmy Rubenstein, staff reporter
May 31, 2017

The Glenbrook South math team finished sixth out of 65 teams at the state math competition held on May 6 at the University of Illinois. Joe Karlovsky, junior math team coach, said that his goal was...

SMILING FOR   SCHOLARSHIPS: Posing in front of her Illinois High School Art Exhibition (IHSAE) photo, sophomore Yoon Kim shows her submission entitled “Beauty in Decay.” At the competition, Kim received a $1000 scholarship to attend a summer workshop at the precollege of the New Hampshire Institute of Art.

Students showcase art at IHSAE, receive recognition

March 21, 2017

Art, according to French artist Edgar Degas, is not what you see; rather, it’s what you make others see. Seniors Dasha German and Jiyeon Lee, junior Kaya Dlouchy, sophomore Yoon Kim and freshman Sara...

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