The Southerner

South females benefit from birth control accessibility

Elise Sommers, Staff Writer

April 20, 2012

Babies are beautiful. Babies are burdens. Unexpected babies can be avoided by regularly taking one, highly controversial pill. The right to access birth control is a topic that has come up again recently in Congress and the Supreme ...

South students motivated to learn foreign languages, despite college cuts

Louisa Lincoln, Staff writer

February 4, 2011

In recent years, fifty-four foreign-language majors at colleges and universities across the United States have been threatened or eliminated. From New York to Nevada, world language programs have been cut, despite an incre...

South students and classical literature don’t always get along

Lars Olsen, Staff writer

November 9, 2010

Classical literature has long been an integral part of English curriculum but many students, such as Senior Austin Lehman, just can’t relate to older texts when they are taught in English classes.  “I like modern [books]...

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