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Public Transportation Needs to Take A Step Backward

Public Transportation Needs to Take A Step Backward

Sophia Downey, Features Editor

October 1, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, South Views, Top Stories

By now, South students are familiar with city buses, as they have replaced school buses as students’ transportation. While the effectiveness and environmental benefits of buses cannot be denied, there could be much better ways to get around the city. Once upon a time, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and the...

New Security Policies Could Reduce Tension Between Students and Staff

New Security Policies Could Reduce Tension Between Students and Staff

Grace Palmer, Opinions Editor

September 24, 2013


Filed under Blogs, South Views, Top Stories

 I have been happy to see that this year the security staff at South seems to be focusing more on safety concerns, over trivial concerns such as dress code violations. Although our security staff  has always strived to keep students safe, in past years it seemed their interactions with students cen...

Teacher honored for efforts by Facing Race Initiative

April 12, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Covering Cultural Tension, News

South High teacher, Corinth Matera received an honorable mention in the 2013 Ambassador Awards, the Facing Race Initiative. According to their website, “The Facing race Ambassador Award was established in 2007 to celebrate and honor individuals and organizations working to create a racially equitable co...

Students walkout in support of South’s All Nations program

Students walkout in support of South’s All Nations program

Laura Turner, Staff Writer

March 11, 2013


Filed under Covering Cultural Tension, News

Senior Winona Vizenor organized the first Idle No More youth movement. Idle No More is an international movement for Native American rights. They began in Canada with a group of First Nation peoples protecting their land and water rights. Vizenor’s reasons for organizing the protest are that the...

Administration facilitates peace process with classroom discussions

Eleanor Noble, Staff Writer

March 6, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Covering Cultural Tension, News

After the Valentine’s Day fight at South, administrators are looking to move forward and create a better environment inside the school. Their first initiative was to organize classroom processing discussions the monday after the incident. Principal Saddler started the process of recovery by meeting w...

Students share thoughts about fight at press conference

Sophie Downey, A&E Editor

February 27, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Covering Cultural Tension, News

On Tuesday, February 19th, several South students, parents,and community leaders participated in a news conference in order to address the causes behind the riot of February 14th. The conference was organized by Hussein Samatar, part of this organization and Somali community leader. Junior Halima Abumunye...

Singing Telegrams Posted

Singing Telegrams Posted

February 26, 2013


Filed under A & E, Music, News, Singing Telegrams 2013

That's right, the 2013 Singing Telegrams are online at this address: https://www.shsoutherner.net/category/blogs/singing-telegrams-2013/ Happy watching!

Can’t Help Myself

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February 26, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Singing Telegrams 2013

Can't Help Myself, by the Four Tops Performed by Kadeeja Rivers, Gadise Mulat, Martin Beck, and Braden Grazzini

Down

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February 26, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Singing Telegrams 2013

Down, by Jay Sean Performed by Thomas Bates and Nate Stephenson

Hello

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February 26, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Singing Telegrams 2013

Hello, by Lionel Ritchie Performed by Mr. Dan Anderson

Home

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February 26, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Singing Telegrams 2013

Home, by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes Performed by Kate Cuthbert, Luci Holte, Taylor Graham, emily Kampa, Cole Nelson, Sylvia Reilly, and Katie Wesche

I Want it That Way

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February 26, 2013


Filed under Blogs, Singing Telegrams 2013

I Want it That Way, by the Backstreet Boys Performed by Emmet Kowler, Ruth Kendrick, Kellie Asher, and Lily Obeda

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