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South students pursue political interests

Taylor Everson, staff reporter

July 27, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

According to an unscientific Oracle conducted survey, 33 percent of students surveyed are interested in politics. With the upcoming election season in full swing, students at South are exploring their political passions both inside ...

South student develops clothing line ‘Nice as Heck’

Yassmin Khatib, staff reporter

July 20, 2016

Filed under Features, Profile, Web Exclusives

Christopher Daus is not a typical high school student; Daus not only manages to be a teenager in high school with homework and tests, but he also manages to have his own clothing line, ‘Nice as Heck.’ “Last year, [my ...

South faculty pursue higher education, passion for learning

Augie Mikell, staff reporter

June 23, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

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....

Students formulate unique identities with different faiths

Leah Dunne, co-a&e editor

May 27, 2016

Filed under Features

Some individuals go to church, synagogue or a mosque with their families to worship in accordance with their faith. Others may choose not to align themselves with the same beliefs as their families or even associate themselves wi...

Students evaluate healthy lifestyle motives, motivators

Youjin Shon, staff reporter

May 17, 2016

Filed under Features, Web Exclusives

Maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle is an ancient battle which prevents many people from even starting. However, according to Julie Haenisch, one of the nurses at GBS, many students are slowly becoming more aware of their ...

Sculpture class propositioned to be school year elective

Karina Benson, staff reporter

May 13, 2016

Filed under A&E, Web Exclusives

The GBS Art Department offers several classes to students, ranging from the two-dimensional world of painting and drawing to the three-dimensional pendants and rings of jewelry. According to Art Teacher Natalie Ingaunis, the Art Depa...

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