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Friendship & Field Hockey

Fiona Clements, guest columnist
February 17, 2023

I began my field hockey journey at South in July 2019 for a pre-tryout summer camp. I had looked forward to this day for so long, but I was terrified. I had no idea what the skill level of all the other...

Fall sports preview

Fall sports preview

Madeline Hussey, co-sports editor
September 30, 2022

Tennis Sophomore Sarina Harjani started her varsity tennis season strong, maintaining a winning streak for her first few doubles matches.  “In our [first two] dual matches, we won both [of] them,”...

photo by Veronika Gliwa

Students embrace their inner musician at Battle of the Bands

Alexandra Zachary, staff writer
December 17, 2021

Cheers encourage the band members as they step onto the stage. The chatter dies into silence and suddenly, it is time. The long-awaited moment to finally showcase the endless hours of rehearsal and dedication...

Clements debuts in Work In Progress

Sofia Cole, staff writer
October 1, 2021

Clad in beaded jewelry and vibrant makeup, junior Fiona Clements sat in an on-set hair and makeup trailer, staring her transformed self in the mirror as she waited anxiously behind the scenes of her first...

capturing the art: Showcasing her one-of-a-kind designs, Lorenzini (center) uses South students as models (left and right). She also enjoys wearing some of her own unique outfits in and out of school.

Abby Lorenzini discovers her passion for fashion

Fiona Clements, Caroline Lo, and Zoe Delis
November 15, 2019

Upon first impression, one might not be able to guess that senior Abby Lorenzini, whose love of fashion is constantly reflected through her unique outfits, has traveled across the world. From Milan, Italy...

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