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Finding beauty in change: giving up what is familiar

Olivia Perkins, Opinions Editor
May 19, 2023

6,530 days.  I have lived in the same house for 6,530 days. This is the steadiness in my life. I wake up, brush my teeth, walk down our 16 stairs, and step onto our bare wood floors where my feet...

Change blossoms open mindset and adaptability

Change blossoms open mindset and adaptability

Olivia Perkins , asst.opinions editor
February 11, 2022

  Change is a concept that scares me. It makes me feel powerless.  The entirety of my junior year has been teetering on the word “uncertainty,” and I feel like I have no sense of stability. The...

Halal Options needed at South

Sara Rahman and Layla Mohammed
December 17, 2021

Halal lunches can look different. It can even have a chicken sandwich with halal meat. But at South, a halal lunch consists of a mundane uncrustable or boring boxed salad.  When Muslim students like...

Sweet Carolina: Posing for the camera, Carolina, 5 years old, sits in New York, outside her fifth home. She moved two times after this, residing in a total of seven homes. Photo courtesy of Carolina Rodriguez

Moving leads to maturity, positive change

Carolina Rodriguez, columnist
December 20, 2019

Stacks of boxes litter the living room and the loud steps of the movers can be heard banging through the halls. Final goodbyes have been said, the furniture shipped, and the house stays silent and empty....

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