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The wonderful world of Fantasy Football

The wonderful world of Fantasy Football

October 29, 2015


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By JD Gray '16 | Staff Writer Without fantasy football, what would friends talk about, the weather? I love fantasy football, every year I manage at least two leagues. It’s a great way to fill up the dull cloudy days that take over during the cold months. If you already play fantasy footbal...

Top 10: Halloween movies

Top 10: Halloween movies

October 27, 2015


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By Lily Patterson '16 | Staff Writer 10. The Exorcist “The Exorcist” is a must-see. We have all heard stories from our parents about how horrified they were when they first saw this film. It was considered the scariest movie of all time and is both intriguing and frightening. This movie features ...

South speaks: Erebus and Scarefest prove overrated

South speaks: Erebus and Scarefest prove overrated

October 21, 2015


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Erebus wows in disappointment factor By Jessica Whitney '16 | Staff Writer Erebus is known as being the largest, 4-story haunted house in the United States. Around Halloween, hundreds of people come every weekend to Pontiac to experience the supposedly terrifying attraction, and I was one of them la...

A junior speaks: DTE exposed

A junior speaks: DTE exposed

October 14, 2015


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By Gillian Eliot '17 | Staff Writer DTE Energy Music Theatre has always catered to all genres of music, even when it was known as Pine Knob. With the choice of sitting on the lawn or under the pavilion, it’s a great venue for all ages. Ticket prices vary depending on the artist performing, but usua...

“He Named Me Malala”: the voice of her generation

October 13, 2015


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Maren Roeske '18//Staff Writer Winning the Nobel Peace Prize at age 17, writing a best-selling book, speaking at the UN, chastising the President of the United States and surviving a death sentence from the Taliban define the public’s view of Malala Yousafzai, but her documentary goes beyond he...

Johnny Depp steps out of comfort zone in “Black Mass”

Johnny Depp steps out of comfort zone in “Black Mass”

October 8, 2015


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By Jennifer Toenjes '16 | Photo Editor Based on a true story, this action drama tells the account of Irish mafia Godfather, Whitey Bulger (Johnny Depp), joining alliances with John Connolly (Joel Edgerton), an FBI agent, in a desperate attempt to exterminate the Italian mafia. Attempting to execute s...

Twenty-One Pilots wows enthusiastic crowd

Twenty-One Pilots wows enthusiastic crowd

October 7, 2015


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By Liz Bigham '18 | Page Editor Twenty One Pilots is a duo from Columbus, Ohio formed in 2009.  Their musical style is hard to categorize, but most can conclude that they are an alternative hip hop, indie pop group.  They incorporate frontrunners Joshua Dun on the drums and Tyler Joseph’s poe...

“The Intern” surpasses expectations with witty humor

“The Intern” surpasses expectations with witty humor

October 7, 2015


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By William Muawad '17 | Staff Writer I saw “The Intern” over the weekend and it exceeded my expectations. After watching the trailers, I thought that the movie was going to be the typical teenager comedy film, filled with inappropriate jokes.   What I witnessed was a totally different type of comedy...

A girl’s guide to Homecoming

A girl’s guide to Homecoming

October 1, 2015


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By Lily Kubek '17 | Copy Editor A chipped nail and streaky spray tan could be classified as a monstrosity when it comes to the primping, prepping and priming for a homecoming dance. This is exactly why a strict schedule is necessary. Without further adeu: a girl's guide to homecoming. Months bef...

Originality and passion meet in Halsey’s debut album “Badlands”

Originality and passion meet in Halsey’s debut album “Badlands”

September 29, 2015


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By Scarlett Constand '16 | Opinion Editor Passionate spirit and an in-your-face attitude combine to create impressive tracks on Halsey’s debut album, “Badlands.” Halsey was a previously-unknown supporting act for popular pop artists, such as Imagine Dragons, but the 20-year-old is now hea...

South choir to host sporting fundraiser

September 18, 2015


Filed under Choir, Entertainment

Liz Bigham ‘18//page editor An urban golf fundraiser will be held by South’s choir this Saturday on the front lawn of the school. Urban golf uses a more soft and compact ball compared to regular golf, and instead of a hole, the goal is to hit a certain object. No golf experience is necessa...

Podcast | Mad Max: Fury Road

Podcast | Mad Max: Fury Road

May 21, 2015


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By Paul Attard '15 | Staff Writer Have a listen to Paul Attard's '15 opinions on the newest addition to the Mad Max franchise, "Mad Max: Fury Road."    

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