The Southerner

Staff Editorial – A letter to our readers

Editorial Staff

October 11, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Dear Readers, The editorial staff is proud to present the first online edition of The Southerner. We have made some changes to the South High student newspaper in order to keep up with technological advances and explore the changing world of news media. We feel it is important to adapt our newspaper ...

The future is here, and it wants you to read

The future is here, and it wants you to read

Hannah Garry, Business Manager

October 4, 2010


Filed under Opinion

You can see ads for new electronic devices every day. One that may have caught your eye a few years ago was the Amazon Kindle. The Kindle is a 5 x 7.5 inch, 8.5 ounce device with a screen for reading all your favorite novels on the go. Other e-book devices following shortly after include the Barnes & ...

Bag and Tag: reasonable or ridiculous?

Libby Due and Aeon Bollig, Opinions Editor and Staff Writer

October 4, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Reasonable: Written by Libby Due I would be quite surprised if anyone at this school could honestly tell me that our old electronics policy was working. Something needed to be done, and it was. One thing that has always bothered me about South is the sheer number of students who text in clas...

Dresscode is confusing and restrictive

Dresscode is confusing and restrictive

Haley DeParde, Staff Writer

October 4, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Getting dressed in the morning can be an adventure for some, a battle for others, but nonetheless, it is one of the few things that is left up to us as teenagers. The dress code policies at South are taking away one of the few freedoms teenagers have. I do agree that school is not the appropriate pl...

Green movement is a drop in the bucket

Green movement is a drop in the bucket

Collin Knopp-Schwyn, Design & Graphics Editor

October 4, 2010


Filed under Opinion

You flip off any extra lights in your house before going out, and several thousand miles away, a record-setting heat wave does not suffocate a city under a blanket of smoke and smog. You start up your hybrid's engine, and a series of floods, ranging from the worst in memory, to the worst in h...

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