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A Student’s Guide to AP Courses

A Student’s Guide to AP Courses

Alexis Massaro, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

As young, eager eighth-graders transform through warm, summer days into daunting high school freshmen, one thing remains the same: their desire to excel in school. Most high school students crave to succeed in all of their courses. Graduating from high school, and doing so with an impressive academic ...

College 101: How to Get In

College 101: How to Get In

Hannah Feldman, Assistant Editor

April 5, 2019

College is most teenagers' dream. They are far from home—left on their own—away from mom or dad nagging chronically about grades or chores.   College is not only a teen’s dream but also the gateway to a successful career. College teaches young adults to be independent; it gives young people a foot in the doo...

Lifestyle: Health and Happiness

Sophia Wang, Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2018

With summer quickly approaching, it’s no surprise that people are looking to get fit quick. Images of bikinis on beaches and shirtless tailgates flash through the minds of millions of people across the nation. People dream of looking into the mirror come summer and seeing their fitness goals ach...

Five Reasons to Fall in Love With Fall

Olivia Sablich, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

When the air starts to become colder at night, there's nothing beating you and your friends circled around a big toasty bonfire, roasting marshmallows for gooey s'mores and sipping on hot chocolate from cute mugs.

Mental Health Awareness At South

Mental Health Awareness At South

Kate Minlionica, Photo Editor

February 25, 2017

“What this Student Assistant Program does is it allows us to collect data from teachers in school, but it also allows us to tap into outside resources to help the student,” Mr. Bucher said.

Be the Best Babysitter

Lauren Holinger, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017

If you are looking to start babysitting or wish to know some of the most important things to do when caring for children, here are the top nine tips for taking care of young children.

The Guide to Senior Year

Maggie Studley, Contributing Writer

January 1, 2017

Senior is your last everything. Last football game, last prom, and your last year! So get involved and make this year count!

Senior Schedules

Amanda Valinotti, Contributing Writer

December 18, 2016

Many seniors like to take late arrival and early release as a break from their otherwise difficult schedules. That can either help or hurt a student depending on how they use their time.

Donating Hair

Erin Hillerman, Staff Writer

December 2, 2016

In the South community, students, like Mike Svecharny, and adults, like Mr. Testa, alike have donated their hair to charities to help others with hair loss. They both agree that donating their hair is a great way to give back.

The Man, The Resource, The Pecic

Ryan Wirsch, Contributing Writer

November 1, 2016

Mr. Pecic is an all-around hilarious guy and always eager to help anyone in need of college advice.

Top 6 Haunted Places in Pennsylvania

Top 6 Haunted Places in Pennsylvania

Marissa Gailey and Amanda Valinotti

September 30, 2016

If you have always wanted to visit some of the scariest, most haunted places near you but didn’t know where to visit, look no further!

It’s Time to Cast Your Ballot

It’s Time to Cast Your Ballot

Kathryn Wang, Co-editor in Chief

May 6, 2016

Many of our seniors are just turning 18 this year. With great age, comes great responsibility: they are finally able to vote! Voting is an extremely important part of political participation, one of the ways in which ordinary citizens can influence political change. Best of all, this year marks the ele...

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