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Everybody needs to handle things in their own ways
Everybody needs to handle things in their own ways
Ellie Barnett-Cashman, Sports Editor • May 19, 2020

Although being quarantined in our houses is not something most of us are used to, it’s important that we all find ways to keep ourselves mentally stable in these...

Allow yourself to grieve and practice self care
Allow yourself to grieve and practice self care
Kinsley Wilcox-McBride, Features Editor • May 19, 2020

When I first sat down to write this letter weeks ago, all of my thoughts and emotions sounded dumb to me. It sounded so insignificant to complain about missing a...

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It's hard to only see your family
Nicholas Auckenthaler, Staff Writer • May 11, 2020

It's weird to think that what we're living through right now will undoubtedly be taught about in school in the future. No one alive has ever lived through anything...

I miss normal life
I miss normal life
Liam Campbell • May 11, 2020

Initially, I had thought that being quarantined would be relaxing, or at least something of a neutral experience. Recently, however, I have begun to feel increasingly...

Appreciate what you have
Appreciate what you have
Jude Nair • May 7, 2020

If there’s one thing I have to say about this whole situation, it’s that it has really caused my estimation of the value of hard work to depreciate. I hope that’s...

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Through distance learning, the School-Based Clinic still encourages students to “use us if you need us!”
Kinsley Wilcox-McBride, Features Editor • May 24, 2020

In these difficult times of social distancing, while administration tries to make plans to honor the seniors and teachers try to recreate their...

South
Through distance learning, the School-Based Clinic still encourages students to “use us if you need us!”
Kinsley Wilcox-McBride, Features Editor • May 24, 2020

In these difficult times of social distancing, while administration tries to make plans to honor the seniors and teachers try to recreate their...

Students gather at the Enrichment Fair to talk with representatives from over fifteen organizations about opportunities for jobs, volunteer positions, internships, camps and more. The fair was hosted by the Career and College Center (CCC) to help students find jobs or volunteer positions over the summer. Tea Roepke, a junior who attended the fair said, “I have no idea what I want in the future, so this is really going to help me.”
South's first Enrichment Fair helps pave the way towards the future
Khayaal Desai-Hunt, Staff Writer • March 22, 2020

On Wednesday, March 11th, many students attended the first-ever Enrichment Fair at South to talk with representatives from over fifteen organizations...

For students who rely on school for healthy and nutritious meals, there are about 20 schools throughout the city functioning as food stations where meals can be picked up. Starting Tuesday March 16 through March 27 these schools will be open from 10am to 2pm for students who are in need.
COVID-19; What cancellations mean for South students
Katherine Lundquist, Editor-In-Chief • March 16, 2020

Cancellations and closings have now reached the doors of South High school and K-12 schools across Minnesota. “We cannot wait until the pandemic...

Bookmarks were passed out as one of the multiple ways of spreading the word about the competition. South’s most avid readers dedicated their time in the month of February to read as many pages as possible, and ended up beating Washburn with a 47-thousand page lead.
South defeats Washburn in reading competition
Sammie Stever-Zeitlin, Staff Writer • March 10, 2020

This February, South and Washburn dueled it out in the 2020 Student Reading Challenge to see which student body could read the most book pages...

Senior, Nick Carter has competed in countless races ranging from European races, World Championships to Nationals, farther than he had expected to go with his cycling career. "There’s no way I would’ve ever thought I would be in this place which also makes me optimistic for the future that I could go places that I’m not thinking about right now," said Carter.
Physical and academic growth: Nick Carter's journey to the Olympics
Ellie Barnett-Cashman, Sports Editor • March 12, 2020

Since last year, Carter has continued onto his journey to the Olympics and the world of professional cycling. He’s been travelling across the...

Staff Profile
Hayley Morgan
Hayley Morgan
Staff Writer

Sophomore Hayley Morgan enters her first year of newspaper...

Norah Austin
Norah Austin
Photography Editor

If you’re fond of the extensive Twin Cities park...

Staff Profile
Graham Doyle
Graham Doyle
Staff Writer

Graham Doyle is a sophomore at South highschool. Starting his first year of newspaper, he hopes to highlight...

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