The Southerner

How is YOUR South club or sport funded?

Miiko Taylor, staff writer

November 23, 2010

Filed under Features

With little to no funding from the district and the school, the question is, how do South High sports and clubs make money? South High has a wide array of sports and clubs. These organizations play games, host different even...

Transfer students explain why they chose South

Ayan Deria, Staff writer

November 9, 2010

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There have been many changes at South in the past few years in policies, administration, teachers and grading systems, and students are no exception. Fresh new faces have come to join the South High community for many reas...

South students and classical literature don’t always get along

Lars Olsen, Staff writer

November 9, 2010

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Classical literature has long been an integral part of English curriculum but many students, such as Senior Austin Lehman, just can’t relate to older texts when they are taught in English classes.  “I like modern [books]...

More females than males are college-bound

Caroline Stevens, Staff writer

October 23, 2010

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Chances are, if you go to most colleges nowadays you might notice a slight imbalance. Women have surpassed men in populating college campuses, on average making up 57 percent of the students. Whether it is a question of motivation,...

South twists Sadie Hawkins’ tradition

Sadie Pelini, Staff writer

October 18, 2010

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It’s October again and for South students that means more than just Halloween. It’s Sadie Hawkins’. It’s that time of year when the girls work on their best moves and boys wait patiently to be asked for their hand in square...

TAPPP lends a hand to teen mothers facing unique challenges

Sadie Pelini, Staff Writer

October 5, 2010

Filed under Features

You are an average high school student. Each day you worry about grades, keeping up with the latest trends, and the ever encroaching shadow that is your future. Now imagine that it is not just your life in your hands, but also...

CSO plan triggers transportation trials for Liberal Arts students

Cemecia Mialor, Staff Writer

October 4, 2010

Filed under Features

Waking up early in the morning to commute to school by public transportation is a hassle for some students this year because of the CSO plan. Both incoming and returning students in the Liberal Arts program at South High have...

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