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South Students Go Crazy over Twisted Fresh

When you’re hungry and feel the urge to go out, where do you typically find yourself?     For many South students, Twisted Fresh is the place to go.   Twisted Fresh opened its third strand in the Northland in January of 2016.  That third strand landed right next to SmallCakes in Burlington Creek.

Home is Where the BBQ is

Florida, The Bahamas, and California are all among some of the most popular vacation spots for Spring Break each year. However, most people do not get the chance to travel around for this short break from school. This does not mean that they don’t get to enjoy their time off,

Global Warming Gets People Thinking

The weather has been fickle lately. This may be a result of global warming.   South students had some different thoughts on these matters.   “I don’t believe that it is a thing to be concerned about.” says Lexandra Davis, freshman. Others disagreed with Davis. Eli Bussey, freshman believes it is bad “because it

Snow Days, Yay or Nay?

South students have been let down many times this winter in terms of snow days. In the past few weeks there has been a lot of speculation of snow days. Kansas City was supposed to be hit my a major snow storm and was predicted to possibly have a snow

Chiefs Fans Thinking Big after Win in Philadelphia

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 27-20, in the first home game of the season for the Chiefs on Sept. 17 .   Quarterback Alex Smith threw for 251 yards and one touchdown, adding eight yards on the ground.  Rookie RB Kareem Hunt followed his NFL debut with 81

Summer of Music in KC

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Experiencing the Women’s March First Hand

  It’s easy for someone to argue that using a hashtag won’t get you anywhere in the form of protesting, but when that hashtag is used in a march, it can have pretty substantial outcomes. On January 21, 2017, women and men all across the country, and even the world, joined

You Never Know

If you ever visit Kansas City, no matter what time of year, you never know what kind of weather to expect and that’s the beauty of it. Kansas City weather is special because it has four seasons. Whenever you get tired of the weather it always seems to change. In

Kansas City Chiefs Beat Oakland Raiders 26-10

Last Sunday, on a very rainy Oct. 16 at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland, California, the Oakland Raiders took a beatdown from the Kansas City Chiefs with a score of 26-10. The game started with Judith Hill, a contestant who was on The Voice and who has worked with

Falling into the Spirit

 A large roar from the crowd cheers on the player as he runs into the end-zone. The drinks go flying and everyone cheers and hugs feeling a surge of excitement as they watch their team take the lead. That excitement makes Kansas City one of a kind in the fall. If

Making The Switch

South implemented a new policy this year that many students are uncertain about. The administration totally wiped out the old card system. The purple, gold and platinum cards are things of the past long forgotten. This year is drastically different. Instead of referring to GPA and attendance to determine rewards, it

Laptops Strike Back

Every high school student will have a laptop to use, starting this school year. This is big because prior years leading up to this, only elementary and middle schoolers had them. For those who didn’t have a laptop to use before this school year this helps them a lot. The laptops