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“Revelations” shows South students African American history through dance

“Revelations” shows South students African American history through dance

Maya Edmonds, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

On Wednesday March 13th, South students went to go see a dance performance by the Alvin Ailey American dance theater at the Northrop Theater. Many students in South went–some from the dance department because it was a dance performance and relevant to the class in general, and sophomores went ...

Project Success’ Chicago tours: an education exploration

Project Success’ Chicago tours: an education exploration

Patrick Bruch, Staff Writer

March 20, 2019

This year over spring break, Project Success will be carrying out its yearly trip to Chicago to show students across all Minneapolis public high schools what some of the most well known colleges in Chicago are like. Students are excited for the trip, and hope it will be informative and interesting ...

The ground may be white but MN’s New Deal is green

The ground may be white but MN’s New Deal is green

Elliott Askari-Rabe, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

On March 6, students and adults alike gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol for the Youth Climate Justice Summit. The event is held yearly, and is organized by Climate Generation, a Minneapolis based climate advocacy group. The event was sponsored by numerous other climate groups, including iMatter, Yea ...

Race 2 Justice day planning team races to tie up loose ends before May deadline

Race 2 Justice day planning team races to tie up loose ends before May deadline

Caleb Stipkovits, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019

Race 2 Justice day is coming up on May 29th, and the team behind it is working hard to make this one of the best South has ever had. For those who don’t know what Race 2 Justice day is, it is a designated day during school where students can attend different student led workshops that focus on culture,...

Rehabilitation vs. punishment: How does South handle drugs?

Rehabilitation vs. punishment: How does South handle drugs?

Oliver Hall, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

I think we all have a story that’s got something to do with drugs at South. Whether we’ve seen something in the bathroom or we ourselves have been in a situation where we ended up using something; pretty much everyone has encountered drugs. “I feel like in freshman year I saw a lot more drug use ...

“Think harder, study better,” Spanish debate team brings new opportunities to students of South

“Think harder, study better,” Spanish debate team brings new opportunities to students of South

Hazel McKinney, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

There is a new and exciting opportunity at South for students who speak Spanish as their first language. The Spanish debate team is a brand new extracurricular activity at South and one of the first in a growing movement started by Augsburg College. “Profe Arias [Ortiz] and I were approached by the co...

Genesys Works program offers a leg up on job skills training for current juniors

Genesys Works program offers a leg up on job skills training for current juniors

Norah Austin, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

A new opportunity has opened for current juniors at South. Now through March 1st, any junior who would like is able to apply to Genesys Works, a job skills development program. This program is meant to “provide pathways to career success for high school students in underserved communities through sk...

Meet South’s newest English teacher: Allen Guindon

Meet South’s newest English teacher: Allen Guindon

Charlie Chinander-McFaul, Staff Writer

January 23, 2019

Walking through the hallways on the second floor you may notice a new name on the door of room 245. Allen Guindon is the newest addition to the Liberal Arts English department. Following the Doty incident, Guindon, originally a long term sub for the Humanities 2 English class in room 245 has become th...

Green Tigers comes up with a way to make recycling plastic bags more efficient

Green Tigers comes up with a way to make recycling plastic bags more efficient

Suad Adam, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019

Before winter break, South High’s Green Tigers felt the need to make South as environmentally friendly in the inside as they are on the outside with composting and recycling. Two recycling bags bins were added to the school to improve recycling waste and better the school positively. “We saw this as a...

Improving South’s aesthetic one locker at a time: new renovations to be completed by next fall

Improving South’s aesthetic one locker at a time: new renovations to be completed by next fall

Maya Edmonds, Staff Writer

January 16, 2019

When you walk into South High school the first thing you see is the dim, yellow lighting of the commons and the small beige lockers covering the surrounding hallways. Lucky for the students at South this will all change after the new renovations and improvements are added over the summer. New lighting, ...

Coming soon from the GSA: video regarding the misuse of the gender neutral bathroom

Coming soon from the GSA: video regarding the misuse of the gender neutral bathroom

Ellie Barnett-Cashman, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019

South’s very own Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is working on a video to educate and inform students of the importance of the gender neutral bathroom as a safe area to non-binary students. “The gender-neutral bathroom is not always a safe space for students who need that room and I think ther...

Soundwaves of South High: new podcast competition has students excited to share their voice

Soundwaves of South High: new podcast competition has students excited to share their voice

Caleb Stipkovits, Staff Writer

January 8, 2019

National Public Radio, or NPR, is hosting a competition where students can create their own podcast and then with the help of a teacher, submit it to the competition. It can be about anything from a social justice issue to a wild conspiracy theory, but all are welcome in this first ever competition....

Polls

Should teenagers still trick-or-treat for Halloween?

  • Absolutely! Candy is life! (75%, 21 Votes)
  • No way! Leave it to the kids. (25%, 7 Votes)

Total Voters: 28

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