The Southerner

Livia Lund

Livia Lund, Editor In Chief

Livia Lund is in her 3rd year on the Southerner staff as Editor in Chief. Beginning as a Staff Writer her sophomore year, Lund took over the position of Features Editor her junior year and is now excited to fulfill her current position as Editor in Chief. Lund has great leadership skills and is very excited as always to get to meet and work with new people and learn new things. As well as holding a leadership position on the newspaper, Lund is also the President of Green Tigers, facilitating the environmental student group at South. Lund is very interested in newspaper and has a very personal connection: Not only was her dad a journalist but her brothers were also Southerner staff members!

In her free time, Lund likes to bike and is currently learning to sew in hopes that one day she will be able to make her own clothes. At South, Lund enjoys playing frisbee and is part of the cross country ski team. Lund is very easy-going and can always be found helping someone around South, and we are excited to welcome her as our new Editor in Chief.

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Celina Barnett-Cashman, class of 2017, went on a gap year this year before attending college. Pictured here at The Monkey Farm in Playa del Coco, in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, Barnett Cashman enjoyed her year because it was break from the common high to college pathway. “It’s definitely given me the perspective that I dont have to lay out my life the way that society makes me think I have to lay it out.”

Be happier; take a gap year

Livia Lund, Editor-in-chief
June 6, 2018
Volunteers from non-profit orgainization Free Bikes 4 Kidz help match kids with a bike of their choice. This weekend, 32 EL (English Learners) students recieved free bikes from this organization. Photo: Livia Lund

EL students get fresh wheels

Livia Lund, Features Editor
December 4, 2016
Students have power too

Students have power too

Livia Lund, Features Editor
December 2, 2016
Before taking part in the Powderhorn 24, a 24 hour bike race, this team of high school students pose for a pre-race photo. South junior Maxwell Hansen (2nd from the left) has done the race before but this will be South junior Ben Meier’s first time doing the race. “[My friends] said it would be really fun so I was like ‘Oh yeah, for sure,” explained Meier. Photo courtesy of Amy Meier.

South bikers join 24 hour bike race

Livia Lund, Features Editor
August 16, 2016
South group Peer Education discusses draft for a skit about the In-school clinic that will later be performed in classrooms at South. A goal of the groups is to help educate students on sexual health. Names clockwise starting with Eli Shamanski (green camo), Cyrus Nordhaugen, Bela Toscani, Griffin Tuthill, Caroline Haarman, Leader Travis Eckman-Rocha, Gram White.

Sex Ed at South takes many shapes

Livia Lund, Staff Writer
December 2, 2015
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