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Spot the character: Solonko's creation of a

Solonko creates “Spot It” inspired game to aid Chinese learning

Youjin Shon, staff reporter
April 12, 2018

Students explore different learning techniques through Dyslexia

Lorelei Streb and Youjin Shon
February 27, 2018
Math teacher Michelle Steinberg teaching a class. She is one of the group of female math teachers that, for the first time, comprise a majority of the department.

South’s Math department composed of mostly females

Youjin Shon and Lorelei Streb
November 14, 2017
Standing for Shaoyo: Attending a protest for the killing of Liu Shaoyo in London, junior Maddie Dunne Murphy snaps a photo of her surroundings. Liu Shaoyo was shot by police in his London home after answering the door with scissors in hand he was using for cooking.

Civil rights issues spark response by students, parents

Youjin Shon, staff reporter
October 27, 2017
Leaving their mark: South teachers reflect on careers before retirement

Leaving their mark: South teachers reflect on careers before retirement

Caroline O'Shaughnessy, Lizzie Garvey, Avery Jerva, Mia Merchant, Taylor Everson, Brigid Murphy, Eliza Schloss, Youjin Shon, and Lorelei Streb
May 26, 2017
PIPELINE PROTEST: Demonstrators against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) in St. Paul, Minnesota in Sep. 2016. The DAPL attracted many supporters and opposers that initially halted its progress, but ultimately continued construction in March 2017. Photo courtesy of Fibonacci Blue https://www.flickr.com/photos/fibonacciblue/29554803662

Students offer opinions on Dakota Access Pipeline controversy

Hannah Buchband and Youjin Shon
March 25, 2017
CLEANUP CREW: Posing with bags of trash, Interact members proudly display their success in cleaning a portion of Landwehr road. Interact and other clubs at South have planned several environmental awareness-based service projects. Photo courtesy of Lily Sands

Environmental service unites student organizations in common goal

Sharon Kim and Youjin Shon
November 4, 2016
WHIPPLE’S WISE WORDS: Speaking to his AP World class, Matthew Whipple leads a dicussion that includes a balance of current events and topics outlined in the world history curriculum. Whipple takes many of the themes from this class and applies them to STAND For Peace (STAND), the international service club that he has sponsored for over 10 years.

Whipple emphasizes global citizenship in teaching passion

Jane Rathod and Youjin Shon
April 22, 2016
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