The Southerner

Katherine Lundquist
For her second year as a member of the Southerner staff, sophomore Katherine Lundquist has no other goal in mind but improvement and redemption. She doesn’t believe she accomplished much last year, so she has returned to give herself another shot. For a deep thinker like Lundquist, there is always room for growth in every task. Lundquist devotes her time to her social life, exploring, and trying new things. She prefers to get a hands on experience for the insights. Lundquist has interests in philosophy and neuroscience. She is very intrigued about how things work and why things happen. She prefers environments that offer a sense of community, which is one of the reasons why she returned to the Southerner, and came to South. Katherine Lundquist is a veteran writer for the Southerner, and is sure to add to the vibrant, enthusiastic atmosphere the staff works in. Her insight will most definitely help guide and enlighten the other writers.

Katherine Lundquist, Staff Writer

Nov 14, 2017
“A name that very much does not belong to me” (Story)
Oct 11, 2017
“This is really good for students after high school”: New building near South offers disabilities help, adult education (Story/Photo)
Jun 07, 2017
From Minnesota to Japan, seniors plan for after high school (Story)
Mar 16, 2017
Winter Olympics: win or lose you’ll have fun (Story)
Mar 02, 2017
Full Brain, Full Clinic; mental health services within the school clinic (Story)
Dec 16, 2016
Lily Mooney and her month of Christmas sweaters (Story)
Oct 17, 2016
More teachers should take action against fluorescent lighting (Story/Photo)
Oct 05, 2016
With wins and losses, October Super Soccer Saturday was a kick this year (Story)
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