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Chime after chime, time after time: Cell phone usage for students

Chime after chime, time after time: Cell phone usage for students

Kaleigh McCarron, Guest Writer
April 10, 2017
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It's not a rarity to look around everyday and see people with a cell phone in their hand, especially students. However, appropriate use of your cell phone goes beyond playing too many games. Cell phone usage has become something everyday people are used to as it is now the primary source of communi...

The Number One Way to Improve Test Scores

The Number One Way to Improve Test Scores

Elizabeth Flower, Guest Writer
March 27, 2017
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  There are lots of ways to improve test scores; talking to teachers, looking over class materials for longer periods of time, or even organizing study groups. However, according to AP English teacher Danielle Peck, there is an overlooked method to raise test performance in all types of classes, wh...

Breaking the mold of modern technology

Breaking the mold of modern technology

March 20, 2017
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Personal electronics have become something of a requirement for students these days, according to Emma Turner ’19. Nicholas Provenzano, an english teacher at South who has incorporated technology into his everyday class, says that today’s technology has changed expectations for students. “With th...

Paint the Town

Paint the Town

Phoebe Miriani, Photo Editor
November 2, 2016
Filed under Featured, Features

  In many places, graffiti can be seen as an illegal and disrespectful act, but for Detroit, it can be seen as an iconic piece of the of the city. There are many places in Detroit, like Eastern Market, where artists are paid to graffiti. Graffiti can be used in a positive or negativ...

Liggett students to perform “Orphan Train” this week

Liggett students to perform “Orphan Train” this week

October 31, 2016
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By Bianca Pugliesi '19 | Copy Editor A tale of orphan children and colliding worlds plays itself out in The University of Liggett School’s production of “Orphan Train” by Dennis North. The play takes place in late 1920’s, where about a million orphans roamed the streets of New York City. The...

“Schule”

Ella Diepen, Staff Writer
October 27, 2016
Filed under Featured, Opinion

As a foreign exchange student from Germany living in the United States, I spot a lot of different habits, behaviors and mentalities. The German and the American culture differ in many ways, even if they are probably not that far from each other in comparison to other ones. Even if I traveled in the pa...

Changing tradition: Should South have a homecoming king?

Changing tradition: Should South have a homecoming king?

October 14, 2016
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By Lauren Thom '18 | Staff Writer Most people would agree that tradition runs deep through South, but according to Daniel Kuhnlein ‘17, it is time for a change regarding the homecoming court. Kuhnlein said he believes that the inclusion of males on the homecoming court and having a homecoming...

Tennis team hopes to place within the top 10 at the State Championship

Tennis team hopes to place within the top 10 at the State Championship

Madeleine Glasser, Copy Editor
October 12, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, News, Sports

The boys’ varsity tennis team placed second at regionals on Thursday, qualifying them to compete for the state championship this weekend. The team practiced and worked hard in preparation for the match, according to David Scupholm ‘17, one of the players. “We practiced and played a lot of matc...

Caught in the moment

Caught in the moment

Mia Turco '19, Staff Writer
October 12, 2016
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Future do’s and don’t for homecoming week

Future do’s and don’t for homecoming week

Alex Acker, Staff Writer
October 12, 2016
Filed under Featured, Opinion

On your spirit day, come to school wearing your spirit shirt to march at your classes designated time. Go to the last float party  to help with last minute preparations. Wear your school spirit shirt to school on Friday for the pep assembly. Come to school assembly at 2:15 PM to show your ...

Senior reflects on final spirit week

Senior reflects on final spirit week

Olivia Sheffer, Assistant Business Manager
October 12, 2016
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Senior year is bittersweet. As we look forward to the next chapter of our lives, the one behind us is coming to a close. Spirit week is undoubtedly the most anticipated week of the year, from your class’s spirit day to the celebrations of unity, it is a week full of fun and co memory for each class. As...

Varsity volleyball gains victory over rival

Varsity volleyball gains victory over rival

October 5, 2016
Filed under Fall, Featured, Sports

By Adam Cervone '17 | Staff Writer Yesterday, South’s varsity volleyball team proved victorious over rivals North in a sweep of three matches. “I thought we played really well as a team,” Lexi Kohut ‘17 said, “In the first match we lost one of our best hitters.” Chandlar Duff ...

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