The Southerner

Lack of diversity is troubling for the future of girls’ soccer

Eleanor Noble, Co-editor in chief

October 3, 2014

Filed under Soccer, Sports, Top Stories

Sophomore Tosin Odumuye is one of the strongest players on the girls varsity soccer team, dominating defensively and starting nearly every game. As another member of the team, it’s refreshing to know that our program has a future...

Teen novel advances conversation on gender identity

Elise Sommers, Editor in Chief

June 4, 2014

Filed under A & E, Reviews

When local author Steve Brezenoff started writing his teen novel Brooklyn Burning, he didn’t mean for it to encompass issues of gender or sexuality. Yet the final product, published by Carolrhoda Lab in 2011 did just that. "I s...

More females than males are college-bound

Caroline Stevens, Staff writer

October 23, 2010

Filed under Features

Chances are, if you go to most colleges nowadays you might notice a slight imbalance. Women have surpassed men in populating college campuses, on average making up 57 percent of the students. Whether it is a question of motivation,...

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