The Oracle

Reflection vital for understanding of sexuality

Katie Cavender, co-news editor

October 2, 2015

Filed under Opinions

When I was 14, during the summer of my freshman year, I was introduced to a girl who called herself “bisexual”. Though I knew what it meant, I had never met anyone who called themselves that before. Nonetheless, I thought of ...

World Within Reach: Sydney Siege

Kali Croke, co-news editor

December 19, 2014

Filed under News

Shortly before 5 p.m. on Dec. 14, Iranian radicalist Man Haron Monis entered a chocolate cafe in downtown Sydney, Australia with gun in hand. In what would be a 17-hour hostage standoff, the so-called “Sydney Siege” gunman...

World Within Reach: The Threat of Ebola

Kali Croke, co-news editor

November 7, 2014

Filed under News

As of Nov. 4, the United States has confirmed four cases of the Ebola virus within its borders, the last of which was reported on Oct. 23. Before the virus’s recent outbreak in West Africa, Ebola’s first known identification...

South graduate meets hopeful student in Kenya

Georgia Arvanitis, co-news editor

October 3, 2014

Filed under News

Lauren Ingebrigtsen, 2014 graduate traveled to Kenya for a service trip with an organization called Matanya’s Hope July 7 to Aug. 28. Ingebrigtsen had been a member of South club STAND for Peace for all four years of high sch...

A day in the life of an Academy student

Charlotte Kelly, co-news editor

May 23, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Academy Student Charlotte Kelly takes a look at the stereotype of an Academy student. The following is a parody of what South perceives as the average day of an Academy student. 4:30 a.m. Wake up. Do one pushup–I figure...

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