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South's orchestra prepares for outdoor concert

South’s orchestra prepares for outdoor concert

Aleena Siddiqui '22, Page Editor June 7, 2021

As a final wrap-up for the 2020-2021 school year, South’s orchestra is performing in an outdoor concert. According to orchestra teacher James Gross, the concert will be on Thursday, June 3 at 6:30 p.m....

Fun places to visit this spring in Metro Detroit

Fun places to visit this spring in Metro Detroit

Katie Maraldo ‘21, Staff writer April 23, 2021

Eastern Market: Downtown Detroit Eastern market is a vibrant market located in Downtown Detroit. It includes multiple sheds with multiple vendors, restaurants, businesses, art, and all around Detroit/...

Shadow & Bone: Predictions and Pitfalls

Shadow & Bone: Predictions and Pitfalls

Grace Wininger April 22, 2021

On April 23, new fantasy show Shadow and Bone is reaching Netflix. Based on Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling “Grishaverse” series, hundreds of fans, myself included, are waiting for the first episode...

Godzilla vs. Kong: entertaining but underwhelming

Godzilla vs. Kong: entertaining but underwhelming

Andrew Isaacs '23, Staff Writer April 22, 2021

With a particularly eye-grabbing title, Legendary Entertainment’s fourth installment in their “Monsterverse” cinematic universe, “Godzilla vs. Kong,” was certainly something to look at. The culmination...

The Character Behind the Campus Shop

The Character Behind the Campus Shop

Anna Gulyas '23, copy editor April 21, 2021

Adam Steiner “Camper Dan” attributes much of his success of his store The Campus Shop to his extremely energized, unapologetic and unique personality. He demonstrates this through his character, Camper...

“To Kill A Sunrise” album excites with unique tracks

Mairin Heimbuch '21, Copy Editor April 20, 2021

Kota The Friend, a hip hop artist and musician from Brooklyn, New York, recently released his collaboration album called “To Kill A Sunrise”, on Friday, March 19. The album includes a total of 10 songs,...

Two takes on

Two takes on “Twilight”

Paige Evers '22 and Becca Koch '22 April 16, 2021

Becca’s Review: Twilight was both one of the worst and one of the best books I have ever read. It’s the principle of teenage literature. Cheesy romance, bad writing, and no plot other than the two...

Croods 2 Review

Croods 2 Review

Ethan Bell '23 April 5, 2021

The Croods 2 is the sequel to the original movie, The Croods which was released in March of 2013. This long awaited sequel has finally come and did not disappoint, getting a 77% rating from Rotten tomatoes...

Recap: Grammy's ceremony is a bright spot for the music industry after a difficult year

Recap: Grammy’s ceremony is a bright spot for the music industry after a difficult year

Andrew Isaacs '23, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

2020 was definitely the odd-one-out when it comes to years of music. Due to the COVID-19, musical artists, in some cases, were unable to release their albums on schedule. Many tours and festivals were...

Opinion: Taylor Swift Vs. Ginny and Georgia Drama

Opinion: Taylor Swift Vs. Ginny and Georgia Drama

Fiona Lacroix '22, Page Editor March 19, 2021

I’m part of the target audience for Netflix’s new series Ginny and Georgia: Mid-teens, in high school, a girl. Yet the entire time viewing, I was physically cringing, having to exit Netflix in order...

Taylor Swift is Re-Recording her first six albums

Katie Maraldo '21, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

In November of 2018, Taylor Swift began feuding with her manager, Scooter Braun, due to his “tyrannical” behavior over her music rights. While her contract was ending, the tensions became higher...

Photo Credit: Ethan Bell '23

Where to go with restaurants opening back up

Ethan Bell '23, Staff Writer March 14, 2021

With vaccines being rolled out and restrictions beginning to be lifted, many restaurants are starting the slow process of opening back up to full capacity and allowing customers back into their dining...

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