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Staying organized during the college admissions process: Advice from college freshmen

By: Sana M.

Whether it’s talking about dream schools, thinking about which teachers to request letters of recommendation from, or brainstorming ideas for answering supplemental essays, the college to-do list seems never ending. For seniors who aren’t sure where to start with college applications, here are some tips from college freshmen who attended Glenbard South on how to… Read More

Feed by M.T. Anderson

By: Jenna M

One hundred years from now, phones and laptops won’t exist. Instead, the Feed, a surgically-implanted device, will allow civilians across the world to communicate electronically with one another and access entertainment. M.T. Anderson’s Feed shares the story of Titus, an American boy living through a harrowing time in the future as the Feed strips away… Read More

Five Constructive Habits to Build Over the Summer

By: Matilda M

This summer may bring solace after a long winter and a short lived spring, especially as pandemic regulations loosen with the onset of sunshine. As much as it's crucial to enjoy the summertime, it also brings an opportunity for reflection and betterment. Building constructive habits early during summer vacation is the best way to foster… Read More

Want by Cindy Pon

By: Jenny M

Jason Zhou and his friends live in a near distant future Taipei—a city infested with deadly pollution. As the poor suffer and die due to the toxic air, the wealthy are able to survive thanks to their expensive air filtering suits, made by the prominent Jin Corp. When Jason witnesses the murder of his friend’s… Read More

Light of the Jedi by Charles Soule

By: Jenna M

Star Wars Reviews Series (4 of 4) Hundreds of years before the galaxy was scarred from the events of the Separatist attempt to wipe out the Republic’s Clone Army or Darth Vader’s rise to power, the Jedi Knights were the protectors of the galaxy. In the age of the High Republic, the Jedi are getting… Read More

Library Card in Your Mobile Wallet

Apple Wallet is an application included with iPhones and iPod touch devices that run iOS 9 and later that allows users to digitally store items like credit and loyalty cards. Android users can download Pass2U Wallet from the Google Play Store. REQUEST CARD FOR MOBILE WALLET… Read More

A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller 

By: Jenna M

Star Wars Reviews Series (3 of 4) After escaping order 66, Kanan Jarrus, formally Jedi Padawan Caleb Dume, has been traveling the galaxy alone and taking any job available. But when he meets a beautiful rebellious Twi’lek on the planet Gorse, his plans change immediately. Even though Kanan has tried to make his way through… Read More

Star Wars: Lost Stars by Claudia Gray 

By: Jenna M

Star Wars Reviews Series (2 of 4) Ciena Ree and Thane Kyrell grew up dreaming of the day they would be flying among the stars for the Galactic Empire. After being accepted into the imperial cadet school on Coruscant, Thane and Ciena are torn between their friendship and being the top cadet in their class.… Read More

Star Wars: Ahsoka by E. K. Johnston

By: Jenna M

Star Wars Reviews Series (1 of 4) After the horrifying events of Executive Order 66, former Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano is on the run, searching the galaxy for a place hidden from the Empire to call home. Due to Order 66, all Jedi have been accused of treason and marked for execution. Ahsoka, now known… Read More

The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon

By: Fariyal K

BookTok Series Romance? Check. Comedy? Check. Interesting? 100%! This book is one of our favorite rom coms - such a fun and short read, which is perfect for this fall. The story revolves around a teenage girl who’s about to get deported, but she (shocker) meets a boy. It’s a cute story of these two… Read More

Parents Just Don’t Understand

So much has changed since I was a teen. Cell phones, the World Wide Web, and social media didn’t exist. Big hair and shoulder pads are out of fashion. And there are more than three channels on the TV. We’ve come a long way since I graduated high school, mostly for the better. One of… Read More

Sunkissed by Kasie West

Cute. Adorable. And absolutely wholesome! Honestly this book has it all when it comes to including everything needed for a sweet summer romance. It'll make you smile and melt your heart as you read of realistically relatable situations regarding friendship, love, and family. What started as an unfortunate beginning of summer turns into a lesson… Read More

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