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Webb molds experience, travels into passionate career

Addie Lyon, staff writer

October 5, 2012

Only Kurt Webb could describe the feeling of crawling into the ceramics classroom at South on a Saturday through a slightly cracked open window. Webb, South ceramics teacher, has been in love with ceramics since the beginning of...

A freshmen guide to surviving the next four years

Chris Altonji, staff writer

October 5, 2012

As a freshman at this fine institution, I used to look around for examples of proper behavior from the upperclassmen. Now, I am the upperclassman and see large numbers of confused freshmen walking around oblivious to the proper...

Soccer overcomes early season inconsistency; defense ignites hot streak

Harrison Kenner, staff writer

October 5, 2012

Late in the season, the South men’s soccer team has a record of 9-4-4 According to head coach Paul Agombar, the team’s unevenness tells this season’s story.“The team has been inconsistent,” Agombar said. “We have played...

Suburgatory provides mirror for North Shore suburban quirks

Rosie Nash, staff writer

October 5, 2012

Great, yet another show to make the suburbs of America look even more vapid and shallow than they already are. This one’s called “Suburgatory”, set in the close-minded suburb of Chastwin, New York. Why is it that people...

First-time student voters

Grace Abiera, staff writer

October 5, 2012

As the presidential election draws near, many seniors are able to tap into the real world by voting for the first time. Senior Maggie Condon is one of them. “I know that I am just one person in the country, but I’m hoping...

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