The Southerner

High school athletic programs send students the wrong message

Maggie Fisher, Staff Writer

December 11, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Opinion, South Views

Recently, I saw a twitter petition protesting homework being required of student athletes. It stated, “athletes should receive less to no homework, compared to classmates that do not participate in sports.” This tweet receiv...

New Sports Photo Process Stirs Mixed Emotions

Oscar Cozza, Staff Writer

September 16, 2013

Filed under Sports

Team photos for this years fall sports were taken on September 4th - with a modern twist. Most of the time, team pictures are taken with the team, but this years players were photographed individually, and then photoshopped toget...

Track Team Does Well at Cities

Gabe Steller, Staff Writer

June 4, 2013

Filed under Sports

            The 2013 Cities Track meet was a very successful event for South High, with the Men’s track team taking second in the city and Girl’s taking  3rd, both out of 7 schools. The event took place at sou...

Participation in sports should cover gym credits

Elika Beck, Staff writer

January 18, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Many students at South spend hours every week at sports practices. This time and effort is wasted, however, when it comes to meeting school graduation requirements. There are only two ways to fulfill gym credits in Minneapol...

How is YOUR South club or sport funded?

Miiko Taylor, staff writer

November 23, 2010

Filed under Features

With little to no funding from the district and the school, the question is, how do South High sports and clubs make money? South High has a wide array of sports and clubs. These organizations play games, host different even...

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