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PROUD PRESIDENT:  Labeling a box of donated food, 2017-2018 Student Body President Abby Grant talks things over with junior Matthew Baumstark. Grant oversaw changes to the canned food drive, amongst other revisions made this year.

[Photo] Standing up for beliefs crucial in student leadership

Abby Grant, senior editor
May 25, 2018

PROUD PRESIDENT: Labeling a box of donated food, 2017-2018 Student Body President Abby Grant talks things over with junior Matthew Baumstark. Grant oversaw changes to the canned food drive, amongst other...

PROUD PRESIDENT:  Labeling a box of donated food, 2017-2018 Student Body President Abby Grant talks things over with junior Matthew Baumstark. Grant oversaw changes to the canned food drive, amongst other revisions made this year.

[Photo] Standing up for beliefs crucial in student leadership

Abby Grant, senior editor
May 25, 2018

PROUD PRESIDENT: Labeling a box of donated food, 2017-2018 Student Body President Abby Grant talks things over with junior Matthew Baumstark. Grant oversaw changes to the canned food drive, amongst other...

KIRBY IS KILLING IT: Standing on the stage at Jamnesty, Senior Erin Kirby plays her clarinet. Kirby also taught herself how to play the alto saxophone her freshman year.

[Photo] Self-taught musicians further passion for music

Caylie Jeruchimowitz, staff reporter
May 11, 2018

KIRBY IS KILLING IT: Standing on the stage at Jamnesty, Senior Erin Kirby plays her clarinet. Kirby also taught herself how to play the alto saxophone her freshman year.

KALEB FIGHTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: Speaking at South’s annual concert “Jamnesty”, junior Kaleb Garden gives a passionate speech to his peers. Garden talked about human rights issues in an effort to raise awareness throughout South.

[Photo] Garden advocates for change, inspires individuality

Dea Sulejmani, staff reporter
April 20, 2018

KALEB FIGHTS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS: Speaking at South’s annual concert “Jamnesty”, junior Kaleb Garden gives a passionate speech to his peers. Garden talked about human rights issues in an effort to raise...

Strumming the guitar and singing into the microphone, sophomores Clare Dunne Murphy and Taylor Rudolph-Woitesek perform at Jamnesty on April 13. Several student bands at South perform at Jamnesty for peace and human rights.

[Photo] Student bands form connections, fulfill love for music

Esther Lim and Sarah Jones
April 20, 2018

Strumming the guitar and singing into the microphone, sophomores Clare Dunne Murphy and Taylor Rudolph-Woitesek perform at Jamnesty on April 13. Several student bands at South perform at Jamnesty for peace...

PRODUCTIVE POWWOW:  Leaning over a table, senior Angela Golota and junior Oliva Wilas sign into a National Art Honors Society meeting. Stephanie Fuja, fine arts teacher, brought a chapter of the National Art Honors Society to South this year to bring attention to art students’ work.

[Photo] National Art Honors Society recognizes student artists

Molly Stryker, asst. news editor
March 16, 2018

PRODUCTIVE POWWOW: Leaning over a table, senior Angela Golota and junior Oliva Wilas sign into a National Art Honors Society meeting. Stephanie Fuja, fine arts teacher, brought a chapter of the National...

Sorting cans, senior Abby Grant, student body president, and junior representative Matthew Baumstark work to box donations from students and staff. This year, instead of accepting both money and cans, Student Council is moving toward only food donations.

[Photo] Canned Food Drive adopts point system for donations

Mary Grace Reynolds, co-news editor
November 10, 2017

Sorting cans, senior Abby Grant, student body president, and junior representative Matthew Baumstark work to box donations from students and staff. This year, instead of accepting both money and cans,...

DIVING ME CRAZY:  Beginning her event, junior Leza Bergin competes against Niles West on Oct. 27. The Titans defeated the Wolves 94-92 and celebrated the class of 2018 at their senior night.

[Photo] Women’s swim & dive looks to qualify for State

Emily Bauer, staff reporter
November 10, 2017

DIVING ME CRAZY: Beginning her event, junior Leza Bergin competes against Niles West on Oct. 27. The Titans defeated the Wolves 94-92 and celebrated the class of 2018 at their senior night.

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