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The Hassle of Homework

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The Bell Jar Review

Reading the Bell Jar was way different from any other book I’ve ever read. Sylvia Plath wrote the bell jar in 1963, shortly after she got her book published she committed suicide. I think Plath's background is interesting because ironically the bell jar is about a nineteen year old, Esther

Why play rugby?

Why do people play rugby? Most people think that rugby and American football are exactly the same. Both have two teams that have to score points by taking the ball behind the opponent’s goal line. They both score points by running the ball, passing to other players, and kicking the

Can’t Stop The Arrowhead

On NFL Sunday as every football fan sits down to watch the game there is one big question: are the Chiefs going to bring home another win? They are on fire having won nine straight home games, the longest active streak in the NFL The Chiefs are 3-2 this year.  They

Where’s The Ride?

As the early morning dew sits gently on the short blades of grass, the yellow bus rolls up the block. It is early in the morning, way too early but the rowdy kids are still in an uproar. It is 6:45 a.m., but since most students do not have the

The Importance of Friendship

       What is friendship? What do you think it means to have teamwork? The Southside Girls had a great perspective on what it means to work together. Each one of them said things that could change the way people look at each other when working together.    

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

Water polo is returning, bigger and better

          Water polo is returning to South for a second season, and players say it will be bigger and better.      South and Park Hill swim teams combined last year (post-season) to create the Park Hill/Park Hill South Water Polo Team. Unfortunately, the only other school to

Spring break at PHS

There are many things to do during Spring Break, like sleeping,sitting on your phone, playing xbox or even hanging out with your friends or a sport. Some students at South said they would rather sleep than hang out with friends. ”In some cases I'd rather sleep than hang out with friends because my

Possibly the Most Violent Sport Ever Played: Rugby

Rugby is a one of a kind sport: a team game played with an oval ball that may be kicked, carried, and passed from hand to hand. You may be thinking this sounds an awful lot like American football. But it’s not-- points are scored by grounding the ball behind

A Later Start

Beep beep beep. The sound of your alarm clock wakes you up. As you lazily roll over to snooze the annoying sound, you check the time. It’s 6:30 a.m. Ugh, if only you could sleep for 10 more minutes. The time that school starts daily is a controversial topic. Some

Threatening Security

A pre-Court Warming threat demands mite safety measures   A threat to South required a week of extra security and a constant alert from the teachers and students alike.   The threat Feb. 5 required the school to bring in extra officers throughout the week and for teachers to keep a watchful eye