The Tower Pulse

My View: how the abortion ban can be detrimental to women’s health

Ally Bearman '20, Staff Writer

June 4, 2019

One step forward, and two steps back for women's rights as Ohio and Alabama pass new laws banning legal abortions. An 11 year old rape victim from Ohio who is being forced to keep her baby has sparked national tension on social medi...

My View: ‘Old-Fashioned’ Market Tour at the Newly Renovated Village Market

Emma Rowady, Guest Writer

May 15, 2019

The ‘Village Market’, previously known as the ‘Village Food Market,’ offers a several old-fashioned, delivery, and specialized products with its new, progressing, and definitely improved renovation.     Located ...

My view: how the Mueller report pushes a new importance

Eva McCord '21, Graphics Manager

May 10, 2019

Upon the release of the redacted Mueller report on April 18th, the collective political climate has found itself in the metaphorical port of the storm, raising questions about the legitimacy of our government and the role of ...

My view: Easter is for everyone

Madeline Weekley '21, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

Easter: the prized holiday I celebrate every year in honor of Jesus Christ's resurrection. To be honest, I didn’t know the reason for this holiday until about a minute ago when I looked it up. I am not Christian, or religiou...

How Lent’s Meaning has Changed

Anna Ludvigsen '20, Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

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

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

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...