The Oracle

Students who make podcasts express their opinions just through talking

Gigi Cepeda, co-editor in chief

December 3, 2018

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Sitting in South’s radio room, seniors Seth Davenport and Peter Kamajian paint a picture of the udu, a rare Nigerian percussion instrument used mainly for ceremonies of the Igbo people. The instrument is just one of many examples of...

Football documentary brings positive feedback from coaches

Sofia Snyder, Sports Editor

December 1, 2018

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Many football fans throughout the U.S. spent their summer watching football documentaries, such as HBO’s Hardknocks and Netflix’s Last Chance U, preparing for football season to start. The documentaries inspired Senior Kevin...

Metal Arts provides a unique, project-based classroom experience

Kimberly Contreras Sanchez and Eric Peters

November 27, 2018

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Sitting in big groups at tables, the sounds of students talking while creating fills the room of Metal Arts, a new class offered at South this year. Students that love to work with their hands will use a variety of mediums, such ...

T.V shows bring people together, relieve everyday stress

Dea Sulejmani, asst. news editor

November 12, 2018

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

I never binge-watched T.V. shows. I would go through an episode here and there, until one day when my 13 year-old self browsed Netflix and ended up on The Office. I had overheard bits of the show’s bizarre humor through my old...

To support corporations like Amazon, or individual businesses

Karina Benson, co a&e editor

November 11, 2018

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This past May, my older brother, Kevin, graduated from college with a degree in computer science. In July, I flew out to Seattle with him to assist in his search for a new home away from home. If one is moving to Seattle with a...

Students catch up on school

Annie Rogula, asst. features editor

October 29, 2018

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

Suicidal tendencies, severe illnesses and all kinds of different injuries are just some of the many factors that keep students from participating in their daily classes at school. For students like sophomore Annabelle Northrup an...

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