The Tower Pulse

Underutilized, underappreciated: A look at teachers who come in early

Marcus Boddy '20, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Students have developed many different methods to succeed in class and in school-- from studying to working with peers, there is something for everyone. Yet there is another underutilized tool students can use-- teachers who come in early before school to help students such as Nico Kosmas ’20. “When I come in earl...

Popular ski spots for south students

Sophia Stann

February 7, 2020

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Opinion: Stand down Trump

Gabriela Dulworth '22, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

With the start of the new year, news of the possibility of World War III spread like wildfire after various conflicts between the United States and Iran erupted. “ WWIII memes” dominated popular social media like Twitter and TikTok, as well as larger news publications producing articles and TV c...

Dialogue Day encourages conversation, growth in community

Dialogue Day encourages conversation, growth in community

Evie Klepp '22, Copy Editor

December 16, 2019

In order to spread acceptance and open conversation throughout and outside of Grosse Pointe, Student Empowerment: Educating a Diverse Society (SEEDS) sponsored Grosse Pointe South’s first Dialogue Day, according to SEEDS facilitator Christina Thomas ’21. Dialogue Day, taking place on Dec. 4, was pa...

Video: Women’s sailing team travels to California, competes in Nationals regatta

Alice Scott '21, Staff Writer

November 11, 2019

The girls sailing team traveled across the country to California for Womens’ Nationals on Oct.19 and Oct. 20 at the San Diego Yacht Club. According to Gwen Hudson ’20, the regatta was overall very successful and the team achieved their main objective for the weekend, despite the challenge of ...

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