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Effects of the COVID vaccine

Effects of the COVID vaccine

Anthony Furtaw '21, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

The long-awaited day when the COVID vaccine would become readily available to people nationwide is finally here and at-risk people, as well as healthcare and other workers, are lining up left and right...

Last year's mock trial pictured here competed in person. Amid the pandemic, the mock trial team of this year had to compete via Zoom.

Mock trial tam competes under unique circumstances

Tara Cole '21, Social Media Manager March 21, 2021

Along with many other school clubs, the mock trial team has made multiple adjustments during the past year due to the COVID-19 outbreak. On Saturday, March 13, the club attended their regional competition,...

South Alumni Finds Success at University in Canada

South Alumni Finds Success at University in Canada

Owen Sanford '22, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

After each class of South students graduate each year, the majority of the students are found to be moving on to college and continuing their academic career at one of the many universities in the United...

Online gambling

Online gambling

Jackson Marchal ‘21, Staff writer March 18, 2021

Betting on sports has always been popular among a countless number of Americans, and it has almost turned into a culture. Now that culture is incredibly more easy to join due to mobile apps and offshore...

Students in the Stock market

Students in the Stock market

Nick Louisell ‘23 , Staff writer March 18, 2021

The Stock market has recently excited more and more young traders. With the explosion of Wall Street bets on Reddit, there have been more and more High School to college age students trading stocks. Recently...

Graphic by Eleni Tecos '22

Working out post-COVID

Eleni Tecos '22, Supervising Editor March 15, 2021

COVID-19 has shaken up many things, including how people workout. As students readjust to new routines and new lifestyles, exercising has evolved along with them. According to linebacker Paul Wilson...

The coronavirus outbreak has cancelled college visits which, for many, has impacted college choices.

COVID vaccine: what you need to know

Anthony Furtaw '21, Staff Writer March 15, 2021

The long-awaited day when the COVID vaccine would become readily available to people nationwide is finally here and at-risk people, as well as healthcare and other workers, are lining up left and right...

March Madness 2021, Teams to Look out for in the Tournament

March Madness 2021, Teams to Look out for in the Tournament

Patrick Koeppen '23 , Web Editor March 11, 2021

Crazy is one word to describe the NCAA Men's Basketball season, as vital cancellations have shaken up powerhouse teams. Major constant tournament contending teams like Duke and Kentucky are likely to not...

How testing will operate in a hybrid format

How testing will operate in a hybrid format

Lexi Belyue ‘21, Web editor February 11, 2021

Heading back to school there are a lot of uncertainties and students aren’t the only ones not sure how to feel. However, testing is no longer one of these concerns for teachers to have figured it...

Infographic by Dylan Shoenfeld '21.

Opening discussion on outdoor learning

Dylan Schoenfeld '21, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

Although the current winter season isn’t conducive for outdoor activities, the remains of winter will soon thaw into spring.Teaching classes outdoors is an option that could be a beneficial alternative...

During the pandemic, many students like Moreland have invested in unique masks to wear instead of the more basic designs.

Students, masks, and how they have defined the pandemic experience

Maggie Quinn '22, Copy Editor February 8, 2021

As we continue to follow certain safety guidelines in order to curb the spread of COVID-19, many people have been using face masks as a way to prevent themselves and others from getting sick. Since the...

Back to the New Normal

Rachel Strong ‘21, Staff writer February 1, 2021

Grosse Pointe South has returned to a hybrid setting this past week, and there are many precautions the school and teachers are taking. Staying on one side of the hallway, only a few people allowed in...

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