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Grosse Pointe South senior creates BaseLine Rally

Grosse Pointe South senior creates BaseLine Rally

Tommy Sine and John Shulte
November 4, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, News

Car rallies are events where like minded “gearheads” come together to show off their cars and enjoy each others companies. To combat this, Grady Eger ’17 created the BaseLine Rally (BLR), a group of rallying's that like to have fun and drive fast. After being inspired by rally’s such as Rally...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Mary Grace O'Shea, Staff Writer
November 1, 2016
Filed under Featured Content, Happening Now, News

Metta World Peace Says Ghost Inappropriately Touched Him at Haunted OKC Hotel The Los Angeles Lakers travelled to Oklahoma City on Sunday to play against the Thunder, and stayed at the Oklahoma City hotel, which was named haunted and suspicious in 2014 by paranormal investigator Christy Clark.  Metta Wo...

South goes under lockdown after student claims possession of a gun

Riley Lynch '18, Graphics Manager
October 26, 2016
Filed under News

  On Tuesday, Oct. 25, South underwent a lockdown after a student made a comment about having a gun in their backpack, school officials said. The statement was made in Elizabeth Triden’s seventh hour World History and Geography class at approximately 3:00 p.m. According to Principal ...

Wednesday’s freshmen elections

Henry Ayrault, Online Sports and Opinion Section Editor
October 25, 2016
Filed under News

This Wednesday, Oct. 26, elections for student association positions as well as class senator positions will be held. Take a look at the candidates for this year. SA Senator Just-Us Welch "I consider myself a leader because I can make decisions quickly. I am a creative person and I like to t...

Your Vote 2016: freshmen presidential candidates share their plans for the student body

Erykah Benson, Editor in Chief
October 14, 2016
Filed under News, Videos

Freshmen candidates share their plans for their presidency. This year, Tommy Daudlin, Raef Akkary, Andrew Fleming and Gabrielle Moncivais are running for president for the freshmen student body.

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...

14th annual “Run the Pointe” takes place at Grosse Pointe South

14th annual “Run the Pointe” takes place at Grosse Pointe South

Bianca Pugliesi, Staff Writer
October 4, 2016
Filed under News

Run the Pointe is a race organized by the Grosse Pointe South Athletic Booster Club to raise money for the athletic teams of South. This is the 14th year that this event is being put on. Run the Pointe offers a 5k, 10k and two mile walk. The entry fee is $20, with race day registration at $25. Th...

What to expect this fall season in fashion

What to expect this fall season in fashion

Grace Reyes, Staff Writer
September 29, 2016
Filed under News

With fall right around the corner, many Grosse Pointe South students are dressing for the weather. Everyone has their own unique style that portrays who they are as a person. Depending on the weather, it can definitely alter someone’s style. These are some of the many ways students express...

Happening Now

Happening Now

Evan Skaff, Staff Writer
September 27, 2016
Filed under Featured, Happening Now

Arnold Palmer’s Death Arnold Palmer died Sunday at the age of 87. He won 90 golf tournaments, including the Masters four times, the U.S. open and the British open. Arnold Palmer is the first golfer ever to make a million dollars playing the sport. His famous drink “The Arnold Palmer,” which is ...

South students portray play of ‘Lost in Yonkers’

South students portray play of ‘Lost in Yonkers’

Jacqui Mercier, Staff Writer
September 27, 2016
Filed under Featured, News

“Lost in Yonkers”, a play written by Neil Simon in 1990, won the Drama Pulitzer Prize in 1991. According to drama teacher and play director Meaghan Dunham, the play is unique to South due to its extremely small cast consisting of only seven actors. It is the smallest cast for a South play in 24 yea...

10 secrets to make it through freshman year

Katherine Costello, Staff Writer
September 27, 2016
Filed under Featured, News

The transition from middle school to high school can be extremely overwhelming and nerve racking for freshman. Nobody knows what to expect or what they are doing. There were a lot of things I wished I knew when I started my freshman year that could have helped me have a smoother first year of high s...

5 things to make you sound smarter this week- Sept. 19. 2016

5 things to make you sound smarter this week- Sept. 19. 2016

September 19, 2016
Filed under Featured, Happening Now

By Gillian Eliot '17 | Staff Writer U.S. airstrike threatens to derail week old Syrian cease-fire Over the weekend, the U.S. air force struck Syria, killing 62 people. However, the U.S. government claimed that it wasn’t intentional and was a mistake. This incident has now added a load of pressure ...

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