Have you ever noticed how much your coaches are stressing you about stretching? With spring tryouts coming to an end, the coaches are doing just that here at South. Students are starting to notice it even more as they continue to play. “[They are] very upfront with trying not to harm
From drive-in movies to Netflix and chill, from diners to drive-thrus, from rotary phones to Snapchats, relationships have changed a lot over the decades. Social media has added a whole new aspect to the dating life at South. It has completely changed the way couples communicate. Snapchat has become a
NASA has shaken astrology believers to their core by discovering the new zodiac sign, Ophiuchus. Though, technically, Ophiuchus isn’t new. The zodiac signs were created by the Babylonians about 3,000 years ago. The zodiac originally had 13 signs, but the Babylonians had to take one out to
Imagine being so caught up in a book that you absolutely cannot put it down. Being sucked into a novel just by words on a piece of paper is an incredible feeling. Unfortunately, not many students at South have been able to experience that feeling. Paige Riekhof (Sophomore) said, “Why read
People were surprised when they saw the overwhelming advantage Bernie Sanders had among the younger demographic of voters proven by a statistic from the Iowa Caucus. He got 84 percent of the votes for ages 17 through 29. Why do younger people think Bernie is the best suited
Joshua Hall and Joshua Hall are targeted as we examine the problems, similarities, and differences of these two people with the exact same name.
South Students Suffer from Lack of Sleep