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Broad Historical Education Contributes to Cultural Tolerance

Grace Palmer, Opinions Editor

October 23, 2013

Everyone knows about the power and prestige of the Roman empire, but people may not be so familiar with the Mongols. While the Romans were undoubtedly influential, many of their accomplishments were met by other, less revered...

Beijing exchange teaches teachers about education’s “global impact”

Louisa Lincoln, Staff writer

December 7, 2010

Many students know that South High has a sister school in Beijing, China that’s called the Beijing Royal School (BRS). In recent months, South staff members have been able to travel there to teach the Chinese teachers about...

Gubernatorial election triggers recount

Caroline Stevens, Staff Writer

November 22, 2010

The midterm elections left residents of Minnesota in a state of anticipation due to a recount of the votes for governor. At the end of the first count, Democratic candidate Mark Dayton was just barely ahead of his Republican opponent...

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