The Oracle

Private music lessons provide beneficial experiences for South’s musicians

Zhaneta Petra, staff reporter

January 20, 2017

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If you were to ask everyone at South what music means to them, you would receive many different answers. Whether students blast music on the radio every morning on their way to school, or play the most intricate pieces on the pi...

Lasky directs final dance show, encapsulates theme of flight

Ava Mazzei, staff reporter

December 25, 2016

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There is something mysterious about the way she moves. The dancer slightly parts her lips and inhales. She pops her hip and sways with the rhythm as the wind swirls through her hair and rustles her eyelashes. She exhales and ...

American Sign Language fair revealed the deaf’s struggle to be understood

Lorelei Streb, staff reported

December 23, 2016

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The American Sign Language class hosted an art fair in the Student Activity Center, Oct. 28, according to Sign Language Instructor, Rosemarie Carsello. Beside each painting in the fair were two students, either level 3 or 4 i...

Horwitz’s recognized films foreshadow career

Aaakash Bhojwani, asst. a&e editor

December 16, 2016

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Whenever Joey third wheels with his friend Tyler and Tyler’s girlfriend Lauren, he notices that Lauren always leaves at 3:45. Finding this fishy, Joey investigates and realizes that Lauren is part of the mafia. This is the p...

South’s winter play provides fresh spin on Goldilocks and the Three Bears plot

Eliz Akgun, staff reporter

December 15, 2016

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For most, the title Goldilocks and the Three Bears brings to mind dusty memories of a childhood full of fantasy and magical prospects. However, this year’s audience of South’s winter play, Goldilocks, is in for quite a surpr...

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