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What's your favorite winter activity

  • Go ice skating (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Build a snowman (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Watch movies (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Go sledding (25%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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Let the season begin

Josh Sonnenberg ’25

When it comes to the season changing from the warm weather to the negative temperatures, many don’t know when it is the right time to whip out their
Christmas playlist. Many believe that it could be music to listen to no matter what time of the year it is, but the truth is, the best time to start listening to that joyful music is in the month of November. I believe listening to Christmas music when the season is starting to become cold, and wintery is reasonable.

November is when the cold weather starts to begin. With the seasonal Starbucks drinks, and stores gathering Christmas items for the season, it is the perfect time to start listening to Christmas music. I personally think that it’s too early to listen to Christmas music before the winter begins. Though the music is joyful and makes many happy, including myself, it is only right to pull out when it comes to the season.

The world statistics vary when it comes to people starting to listen to Christmas music. There isn’t a correct answer, but what feels right is the start of the season, which is November and Thanksgiving time. Overall, there are a lot of different opinions about when to start listening to holiday music. We all truthfully know that the correct time to listen to Christmas music is during November.

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Murphy Russell '25, Staff Writer
Murphy Russell ’25 creativity takes on the Tower this year. With being out-going, and having lots of interest in many different things, these new stories will become eye-catching. Russell is the starting pitcher on the South Varsity Softball team and loves practicing the sport with her close friends. “I find lots of joy in sports, it makes me happy to be active,” Russell said. “Especially being on the field and playing what I love.” This first-year staffer is looking forward to working with other Tower members, when it comes to working together, that is right up her alley. “I like to be with others when working on projects, or involving anything with school work,” Russell said. “I’ve always been the type to go out of my way to work with others, it just seems a more enjoyable way to get assignments completed.”
Josh Sonnenberg ’25, Graphics Editor
Joshua Sonnenberg ’25 is Towers newest and most savvy graphics editor. This is Sonnenberg's first year on staff and he can’t wait for all the new experiences that come with Tower.“I love the opportunity this class gives me to express myself as a highschool student,” Sonnenberg said. “I’m looking forward to stepping out of my comfort zone.” Sonnenberg spends the majority of his time running excruciatingly long distances for South's varsity cross country team and is inducted in an honors theater program. The one thing Sonnenberg loves more than journalism is his goldendoodle, Sawyer, who he looks forward to playing with after long days at school and cross country practice.

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