The Southerner

Madeline Mahoney
Madeline Mahoney is doing her job as the Managing editor to make sure the Southerner stays organized and doesn’t fall apart: she takes notes at meetings between editors and helps the editor in chief when necessary and also does plenty of things behind the scenes to make sure the Southerner is efficient as possible. This is Madeline’s second year as a member of the Southerner staff and third year at South. Madeline helps make sure the Southerner is seen by the world by running the instagram. She helps all the staff writers and editors get recognition for everything they write this way. Madeline joined the newspaper staff originally to improve her writing and she believes these qualities have improved.

Madeline is passionate about writing and her favorite types of stories to write are Opinions and Features. Madeline’s enjoyment of writing may have been inspired by books like the Poisonwood Bible and the absurdly popular Harry Potter series which she has read and re-read many times. Madline’s other passions are visible in the other groups shes a part of. Madeline is a member of the Green Tigers (a group in charge of making South ecologically friendly) as well as the HCEC (Health Career Exploration Club). Madeline clearly cares deeply for the health of the planet and the people on it and these values make her perfectly suited for her first year as Managing Editor of the South High Southerner.

Madeline Mahoney, Managing Editor

Jun 08, 2018
FAFSA verifications another obstacle in the college process (Story)
Mar 22, 2018
Budget cuts lead to 21.5 position losses (Story)
Feb 25, 2018
Race 2 Justice Day recap (Story)
Feb 07, 2018
In favor of year-round school (Story)
Feb 02, 2018
Intersectionality is essential for the feminist movement (Story)
Dec 01, 2017
AP Studio Art class challenges South students (Story)
Sep 29, 2017
March against Line 3 draws students and residents alike (Story)
Jun 12, 2017
From veganism to the concussion protocol, Ripple Effect projects create positive change (Story)
Jun 05, 2017
Discussions of climate change must include the meat and dairy industries (Story)
May 11, 2017
Female Frisbee players address sexism in an Open Letter to Minnesota Ultimate (Story)
Apr 24, 2017
Budget cuts affect South’s Welcome Desk, counseling, and parent liaison positions (Story)
Apr 23, 2017
Washburn performance sparks important discussions at South’s Friday Seminar (Story)
Mar 14, 2017
Test optional colleges break down barriers to higher education (Story)
Feb 22, 2017
Flips and turns, and ups and downs: South gymnastics finishes their season strong (Story)
Jan 03, 2017
Biomedical animal research should be the least of our animal welfare concerns (Story/Media)
Nov 30, 2016
Electoral College gains attention after recent election (Story)
Nov 25, 2016
My texts were all in caps (Story)
Nov 15, 2016
Why you should take the ACT more than once (Story)
Oct 26, 2016
MPS School Board candidates aim to achieve equality (Story)
Oct 17, 2016
What to do when your favorite entertainer does something problematic (Media)
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