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Kelly Barnhill can’t stop writing inspiring stories

Kelly Barnhill can’t stop writing inspiring stories

James Warren, Staff Writer

South alum and writer Kelly Barnhill was the commencement speaker at the South High graduation for the class of 2017. Barnhill recently won the Newbery award for her book,...

June 14, 2017No Comments

Recent Features Stories

  • Safety concerns raised as engineer ranks thin due to budget cuts June 13, 2017
  • From veganism to the concussion protocol, Ripple Effect projects create positive change June 12, 2017
  • From Minnesota to Japan, seniors plan for after high school June 7, 2017

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All Cities softball team hits it out of the park

All Cities softball team hits it out of the park

Samara Adam, Staff Writer

South High’s varsity softball team hit it out of the ballpark this season. Their exceptional performance got them the title of the best in the city. “It feels pretty good because the girls have worked so hard to...

June 12, 2017No Comments

Recent Sports Stories

  • South athletes get ready both physically and mentally June 2, 2017
  • This multi-sport Athena winner puts smiles on people’s faces June 1, 2017
  • Female Frisbee players address sexism in an Open Letter to Minnesota Ultimate May 11, 2017

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South recognizes nations close to home

South recognizes nations close to home

Oliver Hall, Staff Writer

All Nations is undeniably an important part of the South high community. It is another program similar to OPEN and Liberal Arts, but some argue it is not always seen as one. B...

June 14, 2017No Comments

Recent News Stories

  • South alum speaks about activism and path to Columbia June 13, 2017
  • Budget cuts affect South’s Welcome Desk, counseling, and parent liaison positions April 24, 2017
  • Washburn performance sparks important discussions at South’s Friday Seminar April 23, 2017

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Offensive sculpture at the Walker leads to justice for native community

Offensive sculpture at the Walker leads to justice for native community

Tannen Holt, Staff Writer

“It makes me feel very disrespected as a person, and it makes me feel like my culture, and our history and how we’re viewed, has just been slandered. It’s like [my heri...

June 14, 2017No Comments

Recent A & E Stories

  • Reasons why “13 Reasons Why” is controversial June 6, 2017
  • Tattoo culture thrives as South students carefully design art for their bodies May 10, 2017
  • Music composition leads South student to be recognized state wide May 8, 2017

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