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State adds amendments to disciplinary law

Cassidy Foronda, asst. news editor

October 18, 2016

Filed under News, Web Exclusives

State legislation that required Illinois schools to re-evaluate their disciplinary policies have added amendments since its passage that went into effect Sept. 15. The law passed on Aug. 24, 2015 and had already set precedent to... Read more »

Students relieve stress through meditation

Victoria Manousselis, staff reporter

August 4, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

School does not only come with learning, it also comes with stress. While students choose to relieve their stress is many different ways such as through music, or art, many students some students cope with their stress by meditatin... Read more »

South students pursue political interests

Taylor Everson, staff reporter

July 27, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

According to an unscientific Oracle conducted survey, 33 percent of students surveyed are interested in politics. With the upcoming election season in full swing, students at South are exploring their political passions both inside ... Read more »

South student develops clothing line ‘Nice as Heck’

Yassmin Khatib, staff reporter

July 20, 2016

Filed under Features, Profile, Web Exclusives

Christopher Daus is not a typical high school student; Daus not only manages to be a teenager in high school with homework and tests, but he also manages to have his own clothing line, ‘Nice as Heck.’ “Last year, [my ... Read more »

Wilkinson fills hallways with music, revives classic rock

July 13, 2016

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

Music fills the flooded hallways causing commuting students to raise an ear to find where the sound is coming from. It is traced one student, walking the halls and singing to the sounds of his guitar. The student is none other than ... Read more »

South faculty pursue higher education, passion for learning

Augie Mikell, staff reporter

June 23, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

After students graduate from college, they reach a stoplight on their educational highway. While some may choose to stop at the red light and not continue their education, others decide to go at the green light and pursue more.... Read more »

Pointlessness of life harbors self betterment

Erica Gelman, columnist

June 21, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Web Exclusives

So, it sometimes seems like I spend the majority of my life as if I’m stuck in one of those cartoons where the characters wake up and although something different happens each day, they still all wear the same clothes and make the... Read more »

Illinois law requires colleges to accept AP scores of three

Chaerim Park, staff reporter

June 9, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

The first two weeks of May might feel like final exams week for some students because of Advanced Placement (AP) exams—late night studying, last minute cramming and excessive stress. According to College Counselor John Klasen... Read more »

Poetry club’s open mic night creates community and promotes self expression

Josie Schneider and Emma Morris

June 7, 2016

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

At seven o'clock p.m. on April 29, a lone microphone stands in the drama dance room with a spotlight shining on it, welcoming everyone and whoever cares to share their work. Next to the microphone is a whiteboard containing the n... Read more »

Men’s track credits seniors for 2016 season success

Paul Prikos, Staff reporter

June 1, 2016

Filed under Sports, Web Exclusives

The men’s 2016 varsity track team season has come to an end and Head Coach Kurt Hasenstein believes the men met their goal of having a successful season. Hasenstein said that the majority of the success this season came from... Read more »

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