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Holiday treats to sweeten your break

Holiday treats to sweeten your break

December 14, 2015
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Want to dazzle your friends and family over Christmas break with your cooking skills, but may not be the best in the kitchen? These fun and delicious holiday recipes will make the season bright! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBpAdLzLRxs REINDEER COOKIES   by Maddie DesNoyer & Christina Ambrozy both '16...

South graduate becomes famous Vine user

South graduate becomes famous Vine user

December 11, 2015
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By Lily Patterson '16 | Staff Writer Making the world laugh in six seconds is second nature for Evan Breen '06. Breen is known for comedy videos on the social media app Vine, where he currently has 1.1 million followers. Despite his success in this area, Breen said he did not originally intend ...

Time for a change: Historic clock in the tower is restored

Time for a change: Historic clock in the tower is restored

December 9, 2015
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Zoe Jackson '16 | Page Editor Ever since he can remember, clocksmith Phil Wright has been interested in the way things work. “When I was a kid, and I tell everybody this, if I got a toy that was mechanical, I tore it apart. I wanted to see how it worked. I was just a gearhead. I liked that...

15-year-old saves money to buy his own BMW

15-year-old saves money to buy his own BMW

December 7, 2015
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By Christina Ambrozy '16 | Staff Writer Ever since he could remember, Adam Weinkauf’s ’18 world revolved around anything and everything about cars. After collecting model cars, visiting countless auto shows and scouring for the perfect car, he finally holds the keys to his dream car at 15 ye...

Student Profile: Caroline Baratta

Student Profile: Caroline Baratta

December 7, 2015
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By Alexis Motschall '16 | Staff Writer

Athletic trainer aids injured students

Athletic trainer aids injured students

November 24, 2015
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By Mary Grace O’Shea ’17 | Staff Writer Starting her career at South in 2009, athletic trainer Rochelle Mazurek has been a support both emotionally and physically for students of all sports at South according to Blair Cullen ’18. “Even though I know it’s not always a good thing to ha...

What’s so super about superfoods?

What’s so super about superfoods?

November 8, 2015
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By Gennie Martin and Lindsey Clark both '16 Though many people argue over what is and what is not considered to be included in the superfood category, the nutrition-filled foods that are most believed to be a part of this group are salmon, broccoli, spinach and lentils Eileen Labadie, MA, RD, CDE...

Community takes advantage of Barre classes, new fitness trend

Community takes advantage of Barre classes, new fitness trend

November 6, 2015
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By Abigail Due ‘18 | Staff Writer When Lia Amine, owner of Pure Barre, tore her ACL she not only had a long road of recovery ahead but also the possibility of never playing sports again. While recovering, Amine’s mom had started taking barre classes, immediately she realized barre exercise wa...

Got buns, hun: South students embrace new hair fashion

Got buns, hun: South students embrace new hair fashion

November 6, 2015
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By Sydney Stann '17 | Staff Writer The man bun, a new fashion phenomenon, is perceived either as a chic hipster statement or a lazy excuse for not getting a haircut. Either way the man bun has become a popular style that has made its way to the halls of Grosse Pointe South. Andrew Trost ’16 ...

Senior reaches out and remembers sister

Senior reaches out and remembers sister

November 4, 2015
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By Abigail Warren '16│Staff Writer Weeping, Katie Walsh, mother of Molly Walsh '16, said “She’s gone.” Both Katie Walsh and husband Chris Walsh had just returned from their overnight stay at the hospital when Katie Walsh dropped the horrific news about how Molly's sister, Clare, had pass...

Marching bands, football stands and the choices between them

Marching bands, football stands and the choices between them

November 4, 2015
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By Lauren Thom ’18│Staff Writer Playing high B-flats and football is proving to be a lot to handle for specific students at South who are involved with both marching band and the football teams. Miles Dearing ‘19 has been playing football since he was eight years old.  He started this year’...

Throwing away grades could lead to new education system

Throwing away grades could lead to new education system

November 3, 2015
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By Chase Clark ’18│Staff Writer It’s a second hour English class and essays are being passed back to students. Rather than having a red letter grade circled on the top, there is a short paragraph written by the teacher saying what was done well by the student and what needs improvement. ...

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