The Oracle

Students catch up on school

Annie Rogula, asst. features editor

October 29, 2018

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...

Stranger Things lives up to the binge-worthy hype

Brigid Murphy, asst. features editor

November 4, 2016

“Something’s coming. Something hungry for blood,” whispers Mike Wheeler after a silent first few minutes of the show. Not only does he foreshadow the anticipated drama of the Netflix original Stranger Things, but he also unknowingl...

Faking It: South students discuss varying levels of involvement with fake IDs

Dani Tuchman & Gracie Sands, co-editor-in-cheif & asst.-features editor

April 22, 2016

It’s a Friday night, and you’re now ready to unwind and have some fun. Not only have you agreed to host your group of friends, but you’re also in charge of supplying the alcohol for the evening. This is the first time yo...

With new age, comes new choices: As South Students turn 18, they choose whether or not to exercise their right to vote.

Alexandra Sharp, asst features editor

November 7, 2014

From choosing a homecoming theme to the President of the United States, voting has been a system practiced for hundreds of years. As South seniors begin to turn 18, the idea of exercising this right becomes a reality. However,...

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