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Getting to know Speech Team

Sarah Al-Jawhar, asst. features editor
November 10, 2022

Whether it is sharing snacks or giving each other advice about their speeches, junior Gianna Barash knows her fellow Speech Team members are always there to support her and everyone else on the team. After...

Unrealistic P.E. standards promote disengagement among students

Carolina Rodriguez, columnist
March 16, 2020

It’s the day of the mile. Excitement and nerves are buzzing through the air, and students have already divided into two groups. One by one, they run by their teachers, anxiously awaiting their mile...

Smiling for a photo with her horse, sophomore Caroline Sultz prepares for a show. According to Sultz, riding is very a competitive sport and deserves more recognition. Photo courtesy of Caroline Sultz.

Students in horseback riding gain unique, rewarding experience

Leah Nella, staff reporter
January 17, 2018

Sophomore Caroline Sultz is not interested in typical sports, like basketball, football, tennis. Sultz rides horses competitively as an advanced rider along with other South students. There are many...

Competition encourages participation, success

Sharon Kim, staff reporter
April 21, 2016

Ranging from competing for a spot on the basketball team to a simple game of rock-paper-scissors with friends, competition is a large factor in most student’s lives. Competition also exists at South,...

Science Olympiad works toward regional competition

Science Olympiad works toward regional competition

Jonathan Cortez, staff reporter
March 24, 2015

Science Olympiad students of all grades focus on building projects and learning science material through collaboration to later showcase their work and knowledge in competitions. To prepare for competitions,...

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