The Oracle

Students who make podcasts express their opinions just through talking

Gigi Cepeda, co-editor in chief

December 3, 2018

Sitting in South’s radio room, seniors Seth Davenport and Peter Kamajian paint a picture of the udu, a rare Nigerian percussion instrument used mainly for ceremonies of the Igbo people. The instrument is just one of many examples of...

South honors custodian Cliff Williams’ memory

Grace Shin, co editor-in-chief

October 6, 2017

Custodian Cliff Williams passed away on Sept. 9 in his sleep. Williams, commonly known as Cliffy, worked at South for 15 years in the Maintenance Department. The school held a memorial in his honor on Sept. 15 in the Lyceum, invit...

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...

Star Wars films inspire many, unite generations

Lauren Frias and Nick Moran

February 8, 2016

The room is dimly lit, and silence falls upon the audience in the theater. The quiet ambiance is quickly disrupted by a blaring trumpet fanfare, and an all too familiar yellow font fills the blank theater screen reading: “Star Wars...

Failure implicates necessity to evaluate, not digress from progress

Lauren Frias, co-editor-in-chief

December 18, 2015

When I was eight-years-old, I was to play at my first piano recital. At that point, I had only been playing for a few months, and my teacher gave me the freedom to showcase any song of my choosing. Searching my grandma’s house, I foun...

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