The Southerner

Co-president of UNIDOS pushes for change

Xavie Wilson, Staff Writer

November 24, 2014

“I think she really wants to change the world. I think she really cares about the students at South High. She has a really legitimate desire to be a leader, she has natural leadership qualities,” english teacher and advisor...

Editorial: Discontinuing APUSH would be a step backwards

June 4, 2014

Earlier this month, the social studies department voted to stop requiring APUSH for all students. While the administration decided not to make this change next year, it is still a potential for the future. APUSH for all is something...

Counterpoint: Advanced options would divide freshman class

Sophie Downey, Features Editor

March 12, 2014

Splitting the freshmen class into advanced and standard classes would do more harm than good. While some might benefit from the opportunity, more students would fall further behind. When I was a freshman, I would have loved ...