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Drake’s “More Life” review

Drake’s “More Life” review

Jack Holme '17, Associate Editor
March 31, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

  ‘Drake’s new playlist “More Life” is the real ‘ting’....except for when it’s not.   The “More Life” playlist isn’t called an album or even a mixtape. I don’t really know why; with 22 songs on it, it sure sounds like an album, but it doesn’t matter what you ...

Chamomile, Canada and Congress

Chamomile, Canada and Congress

Maren Roeske '18, Staff Writer
March 31, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

I tried to swim to Canada the other day. Well, not really. But I was seriously considering it. If I hadn’t seen that last chunk of ice float by I might have even tried. I had to settle for gazing longingly across the lake, close enough to at least get damp from the spray. I wanted to be in Canada. ...

How to get ahead during spring break

How to get ahead during spring break

Erica Fossee '19, Web Manager
March 31, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

Spring break is associated with travelling, parties and, most of all, escaping from school. Despite it seeming like an escape, spring break will end and school will begin. Coming back to school can be difficult, but there are multiple ways for students to get a head start on their studies over break, ...

ArtFest shows off South’s student talent

ArtFest shows off South’s student talent

Ella Diepen '17, Staff Writer
March 30, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, News

From March 22-25, students, parents, teachers and community members could see students’ artwork in South’s annual ArtFest that took place in the multi-purpose room. “ArtFest is very significant because it is that one time a year where people get to see what art students are doing, otherwise ...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Alex Acker '18, Staff Writer
March 30, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, News

The Oakland Raiders are approved by the NFL to move to Las Vegas The Oakland Raiders were approved by NFL team owners with a vote of 31-1 to move their team from Oakland to Las Vegas. Sin City has been trying to get a team for years, but the NFL has repeatedly avoided the largest legal gambling city...

Inside “Hairspray” rehearsals

Inside “Hairspray” rehearsals

Kaitlin Nemeh '18, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Featured Content, News

South students have begun to prepare for the this year's spring musical, “Hairspray”. Meaghan Dunham, the drama director at South, is in charge of picking the show and cast, acting and directing, as well as putting all of the technical elements together, along with Chris Pratt, the choral directo...

League of Women Voters to hold a diversity forum

League of Women Voters to hold a diversity forum

Mary Grace O'Shea '17, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, News

The League of Women Voters is hosting a rescheduled forum on Wednesday, April 12 regarding the Diversity Plan and its incorporation into the Grosse Pointe Public School System. The meeting will be held in the Pierce Middle School auditorium, the location it was planned to take place in prior to the m...

Increased South community support of the fine arts will bring out student talent, recognition

Increased South community support of the fine arts will bring out student talent, recognition

Editorial Board
March 29, 2017
Filed under Editorial, Featured Content

It doesn’t take much to notice the true talent South possesses in its student body. Our athletic hall of fame is running out of room. The choir constantly brings back awards from trips abroad. We are proud to have a student with a perfect score on the ACT. One area that lacks attention h...

Boys lacrosse falls in first game of season

Boys lacrosse falls in first game of season

Adam Cervone '17, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Sports, Spring

South’s varsity lacrosse team faced off against Catholic Central at home last Wenesday. “Coming into this game, we have lost a couple of good players this year and this game helped us find out what type of players we have,” Captain Michael Lesha ’17 said. South came out strong against th...

Moving On: Shannon Horan ’17 finds her muse in the campus of her dreams

Moving On: Shannon Horan ’17 finds her muse in the campus of her dreams

Kelly Gleason '17, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Features

What are you planning to major in at CCS? It’s called communication design. They renamed the graphic design program-- basically its graphic design, but they call it something else. What is the application process like? Honestly, I just winged it. Nobody I knew was applying to CCS and I just figur...

Moving forward: Student looks into the future

Moving forward: Student looks into the future

Audrey Whitaker, Copy Editor
March 28, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

Every junior I have talked to has told me that next year, I’m in for a shock.  Any senior will tell you that junior year is by far the worst of the four. With great “seniority!!” comes lots of stress and hard work. So what can I, now a lowly underclassmen, do to make the transition and the nex...

What does consent mean to you?

What does consent mean to you?

Grace Reyes, Online Section Editor
March 28, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Features

Jack Hensien ’17 “Regarding sexual encounters, (consent is) giving someone the permission to interact with you on that personal and intimate level. It’s important to be aware that whenever you're having some kind of intimate interaction with someone that both of you are comfortable with...

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