The Southerner

Kinsley Wilcox-McBride
Kinsley Wilcox-McBride is in her fourth year as a member of the newspaper, and second year as an editor. Wilcox-McBride started in newspaper as a freshman, and plans to continue being involved until she graduates.

Kinsley Wilcox-McBride, Editor in Chief

May 28, 2020
South community reacts to the murder of George Floyd (Story)
May 24, 2020
Through distance learning, the School-Based Clinic still encourages students to “use us if you need us!” (Story)
May 19, 2020
Allow yourself to grieve and practice self care (Story)
Nov 27, 2019
More colleges are taking an anti-test stance for admissions (Story)
May 25, 2019
Food justice is a movement centered in equality and intersectionality (Story)
May 03, 2019
New lunch policy aims to benefit both staff and students (Story/Media)
Mar 28, 2019
Beloved Principal Ray Aponte will leave South on a high note (Story/Media)
Mar 27, 2019
For the Avres, wrestling is a family affair (Story)
Mar 18, 2019
Luke Pettersen, a fresh face to South baseball (Story)
Feb 10, 2019
Violence in video games; a culture of desensitization? (Story)
Nov 20, 2018
Recent election brings new perspectives to MPS school board (Story/Media)
Nov 06, 2018
Voting: an important way to have a voice in the political process (Story)
Oct 24, 2018
Large tent camp brings public attention to MPLS homelessness (Story)
Jun 08, 2018
Teachers moonlight as musicians outside the classroom (Story)
May 07, 2018
Microaggressions: the effects of subconscious biases (Story)
Mar 22, 2018
Budget cuts lead to 21.5 position losses (Story)
Feb 18, 2018
Minneapolis and St Paul teacher unions continue contract negotiations, demands with districts (Story/Media)
Dec 14, 2017
Lack of district resources makes it harder for visually impaired students (Story)
Nov 03, 2017
To create true safe spaces, it takes more than you might think (Story/Media)
Oct 09, 2017
Black Hills trip brings a new outlook to the students of All Nations (Story)