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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour

Veronica Kolesnikov, staff writer
November 17, 2023

The lights began to dim, and instead of the usual dead silence of movie theaters, there was a roar of screams and applause as Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour appeared on the screen. Taylor Swift: The Eras...

It’s LeviOsa, not LevioSA!

“It’s LeviOsa, not LevioSA!”

Veronica Kolesnikov, staff writer
October 20, 2023

On the night of my 12th birthday, I had only one wish- to have an owl fly into my room and drop a golden Hogwarts letter into my eager hands.  No matter what happened in my life, I could always...

Cure club promotes cancer awareness

Veronica Kolesnikov and Maia Weissman
February 17, 2023

Deborah Stein, Cure Club Sponsor and Science Teacher, lost her mother to ovarian cancer 14 years ago, when a student working with the American Cancer Society reached out to start Cure Club to make a difference...

Automotives class fuels careers

Automotives class fuels careers

Veronica Kolesnikov, staff writer
November 10, 2022

Unlike many other classes provided at South, automotive classes offer a hands-on approach to learning, senior Joaquin Mendez, Advanced Automotives 263 student, said. The class work itself consists...

Inflation causes cafeteria prices to rise

Current inflation rates have caused the cafeteria prices to increase more than 25 percent, Tim Almy, Director of Quest Food Services, said. Last year alone, the inflation rate overall rose to 9.1 percent,...

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