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Racial profiling noticed in the halls

Elizabeth Santana, Staff Writer

February 6, 2014

Filed under Features

Which students are asked for passes in the hallways at South? Does a student’s race help determine whether they are stopped?  Conversations about racial profiling at South echo national issues, but the extent of racial profi...

South hosts Rachel’s Challenge

Sophie Downey, A&E Editor

February 8, 2013

Filed under News

On Friday, January 25th, Rachel’s Challenge came to South. This program, started by the parents of Rachel Joy Scott, is built around the ideas written in her multiple journals before her death. Scott was the first student to b...

Authors give insight to readers this I Love to Read month

Elise Sommers, Staff Writer

March 9, 2012

Filed under A & E

For many avid readers, reading is a one-way experience. They pick up the book, spend a short amount of time in the world between the covers, and, when finished, leave it. Their thoughts on the subject may extend to a book group,...

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