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Student Summit for Human Rights finds common ground on social issues

January 12, 2018

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Two boys in a romantic relationship hold hands down the hallways of South. Moments later, a group of students begin to shout slurs and walk between them to separate the couple. This, according to junior Kaleb Garden, was just o...

South’s AP Psychology Club encourages student involvement

Augie Mikell and Lizzie Garvey

February 3, 2017

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The mind of a human is complex and can function in many ways. This idea, known as psychology, can be found in discussion by South students every Thursday afternoon during Psychology Club.      According to Sejal Schullo, Psych...

South faculty pursue higher education, passion for learning

Augie Mikell, staff reporter

June 23, 2016

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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....

Lupfer incorporates love of traveling in classroom

Augie Mikell and Yassmin Khatib

May 9, 2016

Filed under Features, Profile, Web Exclusives

Ferdinand Magellan was the first person to travel around the world. Magellan’s journey became global news, as nobody had ever done something like this before. However, history Teacher Elizabeth Lupfer has had a lot of tr...

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Augie Mikell