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Cordial competition: Keeping the tradition alive, the Singer Dancers and Comedy Troupe faced off against each other on the basketball court before Opening Night. As the game usually ends, the Singer Dancers beat their rivals, who are actually their friends, and both teams posed for an end of the game photo.

Comedy Troupe and Singer Dancers go head to head

Caroline Ohlandt and Dominique Geli
February 14, 2020

The annual Variety Show is very well known at South, but what people aren’t familiar with is the secret basketball game between two groups a week before their performances: the Singer Dancers and the...

Lively latinos: Getting together for practice, members of Latino Heat walk into a place that feels like a second home to them. They have a special bond with one another, as they have the opportunity to express their ethnicity through dance together.

Cultural dancing represents South student’s ethnic identity

Malyka Abbas and Dominique Geli
December 20, 2019

They see it, they want it, they work for it, they got it. While others try and learn trendy Tik Tok dances to share with the media, the cultural dancers at South take a different approach. Dance has truly...

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