The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse

Art Fest was a free exhibit that ran from March 16-19, where participating students from South’s art department submitted their work to be viewed by the public. Some students chose to put their works up for sale with 80 percent of proceeds going to the artist.

Art Fest photo gallery

Lydia McNanney , Business Manager March 25, 2022

STYLED TO PERFECTION Before the MMODD fundraiser show began on Saturday, Nov. 6th, the make-up artists ensured that the models’ hair and make-up was flawless, helping to ease nerves.
“Backstage was so well organized, structured, and chill and we were encouraged to take our time, which I loved,” Garrison Briggs, a fellow model, said.

Sewing New York fashion into Detroit

O'Hara Diamond '23 and Margot Murphy '23 November 26, 2021

With the decline of COVID regulations and the return of numerous venues, Detroit has begun to reopen their fashion community with its most recent runway show, the International Design Runway Reception...

Photo by James Ulku 19

Falling for Yate’s Cider Mill

James Ulku '19, Staff Writer October 11, 2018

Photo by Riley Lynch 18

History in the Making: Grosse Pointe holds its first Pride march

Riley Lynch '18, Graphics Manager June 12, 2017

After nearly a year in the making, the first Pride March in Grosse Pointe was held on Sunday, June 11.  The march was organized by Welcoming Everyone Grosse Pointe (WEGP), which aims to include members...

Gen Boyle 17 created chalk illustrations outside the Boll Center where the walk began. The drawings had themes of unity, love and positivity.

Rain or shine, the Out of the Darkness walk brings the community together

Riley Lynch '18 & Erykah Benson '17, Graphics Manager and Editor in Chief June 4, 2017
In cooperation with various community organizations, including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), the Grosse Pointe community came together in support of suicide awareness during the Out of the Darkness Walk. Not even the rain could stop parents, teachers, counselors and students from both Grosse Pointe North and South high schools from participating in the walk on Sunday, June 4.
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