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A look into life as a Muslim student

A look into life as a Muslim student

Asanti Bekele, Staff Writer

  As you walk through the crowded hallways of South, it’s easy to pass by your classmates and not think much about their lives. For many students, religion is a bi...  Read More »

February 20No Comments

Recent Features Stories

  • South history sits on native land, now serves native community February 10
  • Ramsey Middle School aims for new name February 8
  • Gentrification: why your neighborhood may be getting more expensive January 26

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A Hidden Jewel at South High: South’s Adapted Sports Program

A Hidden Jewel at South High: South’s Adapted Sports Program

Henry Holcomb, Staff Writer

South High has had adapted sports for many years but the program remains at a lack of exposure and support from the South High community.  South has had adapted sports since 1982 when Jim Christy, -a...  Read More »

February 20No Comments

Recent Sports Stories

  • New South club creates community for “ping-pong lovers” February 12
  • Sophie Truen wins top scorer at gymnastics all city meet February 12
  • A great season for Morgan Hill, and the women’s basketball team February 7

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New waste disposal system paves the way for a greener school

New waste disposal system paves the way for a greener school

Henry Holcomb, Staff Writer

This Tuesday, South High students were greeted in their second hour classes by a video detailing an overhaul to the food waste collection system in the cafeteria.  The video i...  Read More »

February 8No Comments

Recent News Stories

  • SUSOSH’s inauguration reaction provides a space for expression January 25
  • 100,000 people march for equality January 23
  • “Songs for Swingin Lovers” comes to life at Swing Night January 14

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WACTAC gives students access and voice at Walker Art Center

WACTAC gives students access and voice at Walker Art Center

Samara Adam, Staff Writer

While many of you have probably heard of the Walker Art Center, what you may not know is there’s a group for teens that work behind the scenes there who not only organize...  Read More »

February 9No Comments

Recent A & E Stories

  • Music jazzes up North high school January 6
  • Funny with a hint of spice: ‘Boeing Boeing’ flies beyond best expectations December 9
  • New AP arts program will paint a path for artsy students December 5

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Biomedical animal research should be the least of our animal welfare concerns

Trump can’t stop us: 2017 Winter Editorial

February 14

Being a part of a community can be a powerful advantage to have in these difficult times, especially in light of recent political events. We all heard the promises of building walls, banning refuges, and repealing the Affordable Care Act, and now most of these promises have become reality in the form of executive orders. What the new president of the United States doesn’t realize is that his new...  Read More »

The South High School student news site
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