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Badminton starts season on hot streak

Sydney Scott, staff reporter
April 22, 2017

Three meets and three wins. The badminton team is on a winning streak after winning against Buffalo Grove, Prospect and Hersey. Badminton is in full swing this season, undefeated, according to Head...

icy hot: Preparing to receive a pass from a teammate, GBS sophomore Shannon Schmitt looks to make a break away and score against Loyola during a game on Jan. 29 at the Northbrook Ice Arena. The team went on to play two more games against Loyola.

Women’s hockey looks to do well at State

Sydney Scott, staff reporter
February 10, 2017

The Glenbrook women’s hockey team, which is made up  of girls from Regina, GBS, and GBN, is in the middle of a strong season, carrying a current record of 15-1-2, according to GBS junior Maddie Itagaki....

BINARY BROS:  Working with his fellow AP Computer Science classmates, junior Kevin Choi (right) smiles as he completes a line of code. The Computer Science curriculum revolves around providing students with a realistic and usable education in technology.

Computer programming focuses on problem-solving, realistic issues

Sydney Scott, staff reporter
December 16, 2016

In a technology-based world, there is a constant need for computer programmers. Proving that idea, Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Computer Science courses and clubs at South have begun to grow in popularity....

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