The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse

Meghan Wysocki 22

Meghan Wysocki '22, Print Editor in Chief

Meghan Wysocki ’22 is a third-year staffer and an editor-in-chief for the upcoming school year. Meghan started out in Honors journalism with hopes of finding an activity that she could develop and strengthen skills in over her years at South. “I was really excited about the fact that I could be in something for a long period of time and grow into that,” Wysocki said. Another long-standing favorite for Wysocki is music. After beginning to play the piano at age 3, she discovered a passion and has since added both French horn and trumpet to her repertoire. This year, as an editor-in-chief on the Tower, Wysocki aspires to aid her fellow staff members in converting to a more interactive, visual-oriented form of journalism. “I’m really excited that we can try something new, and hopefully this can stick around for another hundred years.” Wysocki said.

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The snack that smiles back

Meghan Wysocki '22, Editor-in-Chief
June 7, 2022
DYNAMIC DUO Harry Campion and John Monaghan pose in front of South with former Tower adviser Jeff Nardone in 1994.

Of mice and two men

Meghan Wysocki '22, Editor in Chief
February 9, 2022
Lauren Cooper ’21, second-from-right, performs in South Choir’s Winter Spectacular 10 days before the state would go into lockdown due to COVID-19. This year, the choir will not hold its annual Sounds of the Season concert, which typically features the ever-popular Santa Tappers and Christmas carols, due to state restrictions on indoor gatherings. Photo courtesy of Lauren Cooper 21.

Holiday productions during COVID-19

Meghan Wysocki '22, Supervising Copy Editor
December 21, 2020
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