The Tower Pulse

Foreign exchange student finds differences in new country

December 29, 2010

Filed under Features

By: Ali Ciaffone '12, Staff Writer For Hugo Vergel Riascos ’11, joining the Rotary Youth Exchange program and traveling to different countries has become a family tradition. Vergel Riascos’ grandpa started the tradition....

Top 10 Youtube Videos of 2010

December 28, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

By: David Harris, Page Editor Finding the funniest YouTube videos of the past year is an almost impossible task. With such a large variety of content uploaded daily, one would have to sit in front of a flickering monitor, wasting ...

Sophomore celebrates religion during holiday season

December 22, 2010

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By: Alexis DeBrunner '12, Staff writer Eight days and eight nights beginning on Dec. 1 are filled with gifts, lights and family for people of the Jewish faith celebrating Hanukkah. The traditional holiday of Hanukkah consists...

Pick up game reuniting hockey alumni

December 20, 2010

Filed under Sports

By: Jen Ryan '12, Satff Writer   The holiday season isn’t the only thing returning alumni have to look forward to. The annual Grosse Pointe South hockey alumni game is being held on Sunday, December 26 at City ice aren...

Top 10 Video Games of 2010

December 17, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Video Games

By: Marcus Hedenberg and James Shepard both '11 It seems the video game industry has been more cluster-packed with big-name titles in these past four years than a Christmas party with crazy relatives. With Christmas break fi...

French students offered opportunity to visit France, improve language skills

December 17, 2010

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By: Ava Lux'12, Online Clubs Editor   Bon voyage to all-current French students interested in visiting France this upcoming summer. Grosse Pointe North French teacher Amanda Moon said she will be offering the educatio...

SERVE one-of-a-kind resource to help those who volunteer

December 15, 2010

Filed under Editorial, Features

Taking time to volunteer for those less fortunate has always been recommended at South, but now doing acts of kindness is more convenient and appealing than ever for students. With the help of the newly introduced Stude...