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One Acts gives students a chance to direct

One Acts gives students a chance to direct

Griffin Jones '18, Staff Writer
January 12, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, News

Soon the doors of South’s auditorium will be open once again for the upcoming annual student production of One Act plays. Unlike other plays, these shows only have one act, which makes it quite short when looking at the big picture, but nonetheless capable of giving plenty of entertainment to its ...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Adam Cervone '17, Staff Writer
January 11, 2017
Filed under Featured Content, Happening Now, News

North Korea tells Trump It will shoot missiles “at any time.” North Korea told Trump that it will be able to launch an intercontinental missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to the mainland United States. Kim Jong Un said the country is very close to the technology threatening the U.S....

“Yule Be Boppin'” concert was a success

“Yule Be Boppin'” concert was a success

Conner McQueen '17, Staff Writer
December 22, 2016
Filed under Band and Orchestra, Featured Content, News

On Friday, Dec. 9, the Pierce and South jazz bands conducted their annual ‘Yule Be Boppin’ holiday-themed concert. According to Chris Takis, the jazz band instructor at both schools, the bands are able to have a little more fun with this concert because of the “low stakes” in comparison ...

Adopt A Family brings Christmas cheer to those in need

Adopt A Family brings Christmas cheer to those in need

Alyssa Cole '19, Staff Writer
December 20, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, News

Eating a huge dinner at the table with family members. Sitting by the Christmas tree opening up beautifully wrapped gifts. Although these are common holiday traditions that many enjoy, not all families are fortunate enough to have these luxuries. Adopt A Family provides a program so that less fortunate Grosse ...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Kathleen Carroll '19, Web Editor
December 20, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, Happening Now

The Electoral College met yesterday. Yesterday, the 538 members of the Electoral College met to cast their votes for America’s next president and vice president. Electors from the same state met, usually at their state capitol. Next, a certificate of vote is prepared with each state’s results, and is mailed o...

Holiday concert brings happy tears and smiling faces

Holiday concert brings happy tears and smiling faces

Ella Dipen '18, Staff Writer
December 18, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, News

Curtains up for the Grosse Pointe South Choir. On Thursday, Dec. 8, the Grosse Pointe South choirs performed the holiday concert Sounds of the Season at the Christian A. Fenton Performing Arts Center at Grosse Pointe North. There was a large audience that was excited for the show and it was comp...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Emma Andreasen '17, Multimedia Editor
December 13, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, Happening Now

The University of Michigan and Google have created both an app and a website together with the goal of assisting the residents of Flint, Michigan and the water situation there. University of Michigan computer science researchers on the Ann Arbor and Flint campuses developed the app with the technical ...

Pointe Players: Lost in Saginaw

Pointe Players: Lost in Saginaw

Rachel Harris '18, Supervising Editor
December 9, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, News

Approximately seventeen hundred pairs of eyes stare at a stage dimly lit from a spotlight. Zaria Aikens ’18 hobbles across the stage using a cane, belting out lines to other cast members of South’s production of Lost in Yonkers. Along with Aikens, South Pointe Players had the opportunity to set th...

Yule Be Boppin’ Concert tonight at Pierce

Yule Be Boppin’ Concert tonight at Pierce

Conner McQueen '17, Staff Writer
December 9, 2016
Filed under Band and Orchestra, Featured Content, News

This Friday, at 7:00 p.m. the Pierce Middle School and South jazz bands will be conducting their annual holiday themed concert, Yule Be Boppin’. The concert has been a tradition at south for quite a while, according to Chris Takis, the jazz band instructor from both Pierce and South. “It ...

Arabic club hosts fundraiser for Iraqi people in need

Arabic club hosts fundraiser for Iraqi people in need

Grace Reyes '19, Staff Writer
December 9, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, News

Since last December, a group of South students organized a club that is opened to all races and ethnicities to provide awareness for Islamophobia, or the dislike of Muslims. “We decided that it be a great way to educate people on Arabic culture and it also overlaps with education on the Muslim culture...

As Islamophobia rises post election students at South push to raise awareness

As Islamophobia rises post election students at South push to raise awareness

Elizabeth Flower '20, Guest Writer
December 6, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, Features, News

Hate letters are sent to five separate mosques in California; a University of Michigan student is threatened to be set on fire in Ann Arbor; a man forcibly tries to remove a woman’s hijab at San Jose State University in California, according to reporting by CNN. Research conducted by Brian Levin, a p...

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