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Im Glad I Tried Out for Tennis

I’m Glad I Tried Out for Tennis

Lila Tallagnon, Arts and Entertainment Editor June 12, 2024

The first time I ever cried about sports was when I joined the tennis team. I cried, first, after tryouts. Having had the experience of one summer’s tennis camp as a child, I decided I would give it...

Letter to the Editor: South School Lunch

Letter to the Editor: South School Lunch

Mekhi Lee, Contributer June 3, 2024

Normally lunch time is every kid's favorite time of the day. But as time passes, the school lunch changed and hasn't been the same. Nowadays, kids don’t go to lunch because of the poor selection of lunch....

Letter to the Editor: Snack Sales at South

Letter to the Editor: Snack Sales at South

Kayliana Hayes, Contributer June 3, 2024

Imagine having to raise prices for an event when you could have made the money in a more convenient way. A problem at South High and Massachusetts in general, is not being able to sell snacks in school....

Letter to the Editor: The Effects of School Violence

Letter to the Editor: The Effects of School Violence

An Nguyen, Contributor May 28, 2024

Going to school every day to meet friends and learn new things are things that students should do. But among them, there are always students who are different from the rest. They go to school not only...

Letter to the Editor: School Routines

Letter to the Editor: School Routines

Giuliano Silva Chang, Contributor May 28, 2024

The debate around school start times has been a topic of discussion for some time, taking into account the impact on students who are forced to wake up very early. This issue becomes stronger when we consider...

Letter to the Editor: Bathroom Policies

Letter to the Editor: Bathroom Policies

Kayn St Louis, Contributer May 14, 2024

One day in period 7, I had to go to the bathroom. There was a long line there and I didn’t want to wait, so I just went back to class since I didn’t want to miss any class time. I believe that a problem...

Letter to the Editor: Slow School Wifi

Letter to the Editor: Slow School Wifi

Josiah Arocho, Contributor May 5, 2024

On the topic of slow Internet connection at school:   I believe that a problem at South High is the slow Wifi, because it doesn’t allow teachers to teach and students to learn. This is why...

Letter to the Editor: Potholes are Everywhere in Worcester

Letter to the Editor: Potholes are Everywhere in Worcester

Thom Nguyen, Contributor May 5, 2024

On the topic of potholes and safe driving:   Every year hundreds of vehicles are inflicted damage due to Potholes, causing vehicle owners financial and sometimes physical pain. As we pay hundreds...

Advice for the Fourth Quarter

Advice for the Fourth Quarter

Jasmiley Schotborg, Contributor May 5, 2024

It’s the last quarter and it's time to get stuff done and finish things off. We are almost done with this year and let's end this 4th quarter on a good note.  In order to keep the motivation and stay...

Passover Is a Holiday of Meaningful Duality

Passover Is a Holiday of Meaningful Duality

Anya Geist, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2024

The Jewish holiday of Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) began last Monday night and will end on Tuesday, April 30, at sundown. Passover celebrates the biblical Exodus, when the enslaved (Jewish) Israelites escaped...

We Need to Talk About Quarantine

We Need to Talk About Quarantine

Anya Geist, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2024

About a month ago, it occurred to me, Quarantine started exactly four years ago. Wow.  And I didn’t know what to think about that. Is four years a long or short time? In 2020, I was just starting...

Excuse Me, But How Polite Should We Be?

Excuse Me, But How Polite Should We Be?

Anya Geist, Editor-in-Chief April 7, 2024

Always thank someone for coming over to your house. Always thank your host for having you. Don’t talk behind people’s backs. We all grow up with rules of conduct drilled into us, whether consciously...

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