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Meredith Bill

Meredith Bill, Co-Opinions Editor

Hi, I'm Meredith and I am going to be one of the Opinions editors this year! I have many opinions! I’m a soon-to-be sophomore and I am so ready to be on the Edboard team!

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Meredith Bill, Opinions Co-Editor
November 17, 2023

Clean girl. Tomato girl. Cinnamon girl. Goth girl. Coquette girl.  These tags are everywhere online, invading your Pinterest feed or your TikTok. Teenage girls around the country are expressing themselves...

Mourning the death of the field trip

Mourning the death of the field trip

Meredith Bill, opinions editor
October 13, 2023

Imagine this: it is a random Tuesday in spring. You’re in fifth grade. You wake up, and your outfit is laid out perfectly on the floor. The usual foreboding dread of math class doesn’t sink in today....

Students work on their entires at the SkillsUSA competition. Photos Courtesy of Gabe Blumenfeld

Engineering Paradise: Engineering Club to Attend SkillsUSA

Meredith Bill, staff writer
May 1, 2023

The Engineering Club attended the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference April 27 -29 in Peoria, Illinois, Justin Zummo, Engineering Club sponsor, said. If the team is victorious in one of the...

Progressive Posters: Senior Mia Burshteyn, STAND for Peace member, helps hang Universal Declaration of Human Rights posters.

Taking a stand for human rights

Meredith Bill and Peyton Knorr
December 16, 2022

When a genocide broke out in Darfur, Sudan, in 2004, South students gathered to discuss and better understand the alarming news, thus forming Students Taking Action Now for Darfur (STAND) for Peace, Matt...

Canned food drive CAN-cels hunger

Molly Tomczyk and Meredith Bill
November 16, 2022

The theme for this year’s Canned Food Drive, which began Nov. 1 and ends Nov. 18, is “CAN-cel Hunger”, Claira Paul, Sophomore Class President, said. Donations will go to the Northfield Township Food...

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