The Tower Pulse

How Lent’s Meaning has Changed

Anna Ludvigsen '20, Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

When spring begins to thaw the icy winter in Grosse Pointe, many students might begin to plan for spring break. Yet, most of the Christian students at South start to think of what they are going to give up for lent. Lent c...

My view: Black History Month is not celebrated correctly

Anne Muawad '20, Page Editor

March 4, 2019

Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

For the past three years  I have been at South, every time February rolls around I find myself sitting in math class being given the same speech, the same assignment and,  often times, the same person to research as a way of ...

My view: Black history is for white students

Kathryn Cherven '20, Copy Editor

March 4, 2019

Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

Black History Month doesn’t feel all that special for me, as a black student; “Everyday is Black History Month” rings pretty true. But that’s not the way most students at South, nor most students in the country, prob...

Do we ever really get a “break”?

Hope Whitney '21, Page Editor

January 4, 2019

Filed under Featured Content, Opinion

Just imagine, you’re sitting on the couch, hot cocoa in hand, watching “Elf”. Life is good. Then, you hear a ring erupt from your phone. You expect a joyous holiday text from a friend or family member, but as soon as you glan...

The season of giving

The season of giving

December 19, 2018

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