The Southerner

Sophia Manolis
As she begins her second year as Opinions editor and 3rd year on the newspaper staff, Sophia Manolis is more dedicated than ever to make sure new and returning students feel welcome and supported at South, especially when it comes to The Southerner. Beyond the Newspaper she pursues a strong passion for environmental justice, working closely with various groups to plan movements and lobby for change both in school and on a larger scale, dealing with issues like Line 3 and the Green New Deal. Part of what draws her to newspaper is her drive to make the world a better place for everyone in it through journalism. Outside of academics, Sophia enjoys competitive swimming. With 9 years of experience she represents South as a swimmer for the Varsity team. She also enjoys writing/reading poetry and spending time outside. She doesn't quite know what the future holds but is hopeful that it will involve activism and lobbying for the issues she cares about.

Sophia Manolis, Opinions Editor

May 12, 2019
To the white people at South: we need to work against our white privilege (Media)
May 06, 2019
Principal Selection Committee forms to choose the next Mr. Aponte (Story/Media)
Apr 24, 2019
The climate crisis is a human rights crisis (Story)
Apr 23, 2019
Why I dislike Earth Day (Story/Media)
Mar 10, 2019
What does it mean to be an activist? (Story/Media)
Nov 05, 2018
The South High paradox: diverse, yet divided (Media)
Mar 26, 2018
Restorative Justice: conversations and mediations that make schools safer (Story/Media)
Mar 17, 2018
Student-led “Not in Our City” campaign fights sex trafficking in Minnesota (Story)
Feb 02, 2018
Intersectionality is essential for the feminist movement (Story)
Nov 07, 2017
If we don’t stop Line 3, the next Standing Rock could be in Minnesota (Story)
Jun 05, 2017
Racial Justice Day 2017: A step towards equity (Story)
Jun 05, 2017
It’s time for South students to to act against climate change (Story)
May 04, 2017
“Dream warrior” found at South (Story)
Apr 18, 2017
Rugby: a rucking good time (Story)
Mar 09, 2017
With a new Executive Order, transgender rights could be at stake (Story)
Feb 21, 2017
Friday Seminars are introduced into South’s curriculum (Story)
Jan 26, 2017
Gentrification: why your neighborhood may be getting more expensive (Story)
Jan 10, 2017
Green Card Voices brings immigrant student stories to light (Story)
Nov 29, 2016
After shock of election, Muslim community stays strong (Story)
Nov 08, 2016
Hillary Clinton: A candidate with a real chance (Story)
Oct 09, 2016
Green, blue, red, black and gold: South students continue to sport their class colors despite administration name change (Story/Media)
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