The Southerner

Zoë Chinander-McFaul
Senior Zoë Chinander-McFaul is starting her second year at the Southerner as the News Editor. Chinander-McFaul is excited to be able to see more people’s writing and help them develop as writers as well as developing her own writing. She is also looking forward to be able to write in depth and interesting stories.
Chinander-McFaul joined Newspaper because she enjoys writing and reporting on important events. She also likes to see her work put into something more reachable and physical like a newspaper rather than an essay.
Outside of newspaper Chinander-McFaul is a dedicated trumpet player, an experienced member of Jazz 1 and band. Her favorite type of music to play is Jazz, especially artists like Miles Davis and genres like funk, but her favorite type of music to listen to is alternative rock, folk, and early 2000’s pop. A few of her favorite artists being Sufjan Stevens and Die Antwoord.
Chinander-McFaul is interested in a wide variety of things including chemistry and creating media, be it films or newspaper.

Zoë Chinander-McFaul, News Editor

Jun 08, 2018
Get your hands on handmade South fashion (Story)
Apr 23, 2018
Students rock out at the annual music tour in Washington D.C. (Story)
Mar 26, 2018
Training teachers to carry guns won’t prevent school shootings (Story)
Feb 28, 2018
State of music diversity is on a low note (Story)
Jan 17, 2018
Dead wasps to Yu-Gi-Oh: Student collections offer new views on an old trade. (Story)
Dec 08, 2017
Online gym offers alternatives to busy students (Story)
Oct 27, 2017
From birthday suit to lawsuit: minors should not be sharing nudes (Story)
Oct 10, 2017
Immersion, leisure and worldly history: Annual trips abroad offer wide variety of interest to students (Story)
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