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South students embark on gap year journeys, pursue alternate plans

Olivia Sotirchos, asst. features editor
May 27, 2016

LISA GEBIEN: What are you planning on doing next year during your gap year? I am a creating a bucket list of things I want to do during my gap year. So far, some of the items on my list include becoming...

Women at Work: Six juniors along with science teachers Jill Serling and Lisa Pavic sit outside the Advanced Photon Source building of the Argon National Laborarory on April 14. The women attended a conference that encourages women to get involved in STEM fields and gives aspiring scientists a look into the real world of science.

STEM classes promote female involvement

Olivia Sotirchos, asst. features editor
April 22, 2016

If you are a woman pursuing an interest in a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) field, chances are you have been outnumbered by males in a related class, club or occupation at some...

MARCHING FOR THE MOVEMENT: Over 40,000 people gathered in New York City in September 2014 to rally and protest for climate justice, making it the largest action on climate in history. The march was successful in changing the notion that climate does not affect our lives personally, a misconception that many South students are attempting to eliminate through increased discussion and awareness.

Climate change sparks discussion among South students

Olivia Sotirchos and Maddy Ruos
March 11, 2016

In light of recent headlines involving environmental issues and reform, some South students have taken the initiative to learn more about climate change and take part in the world-wide discussion surrounding...

Photo illustration by Sophie Mason

Technology takes over with time

Olivia Sotirchos, Asst. features editor
October 2, 2015

The bell rings after class, and the halls flood with students. As one attempts to navigate to their next class, they are nearly bound to bump into someone who is more focused on their Instagram feed than...

South students deal with cancer diagnosis of family members

South students deal with cancer diagnosis of family members

Olivia Sotirchos, Staff reporter
March 13, 2015

For the majority of students at South, the topic of cancer is a touchstone, acting as something distant and a topic that is often tossed the seemingly obligatory “that’s horrible” when brought into...

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