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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...

How is the parking at South High?

How is the parking at South High?

Chronicle Staff May 14, 2024

Last week, The Chronicle put up a poll on our Instagram asking your opinions about the parking.   How would you describe the parking at South High? Great Good Okay Needs improvement And...

South High Girls Tennis Team, 2024

Girls Tennis Team Continues to Take Wins as Season Progresses

Lucy Reidy, News Editor May 5, 2024

The start of May is always hectic for students, whether it be college decisions for seniors or studying for AP tests. But for the South High Girls Tennis team, oddly, their season is still just getting...

What Are You Wearing to Prom??

What Are You Wearing to Prom??

The Chronicle Staff April 28, 2024

The Chronicle has launched weekly polls on our Instagram (@colonel_chronicle), asking your opinions on all sorts of topics! Check out our Instagram stories every Monday for the latest poll! Have a suggestion...

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...

The Colonel Chronicle Staff (top left to right: Ms. Ledoux, Jason Murillo, 24 Anya Geist, 24 Rania Amallah, 24; bottom left to right: Lucy Reidy, 25, Lila Tallagnon, 25 Sarah Jeffers, 25

A Week in the Life of the Colonel Chronicle

Sarah Jeffers, Social Media Manager April 26, 2024

Anya Geist: Merry Hanukkah!

Anya Geist: Merry Hanukkah!

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

I like December.  After Thanksgiving, my parents and I bring out our shiny brass menorahs—one from my dad’s Bar Mitzvah, one in the shape of the word shalom (meaning "peace").  Our ever-growing...

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...

Get Ready for the 2024 International Show!

Get Ready for the 2024 International Show!

Jasmiley Schotborg, Contributor April 8, 2024

Are you ready for a thrilling experience? On April 12th, 2024, The International Show will occur. This year’s theme is “Rooted at South, but our Branches are Worldwide!”  This will be the...

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...

Students Share the Value of Ramadan

Students Share the Value of Ramadan

Anya Geist and Jugeiry Perez April 7, 2024

The Islamic month of Ramadan is coming to an end this week. Ramadan happens at a slightly different time every year, because the Islamic calendar is lunar (follows the cycle of the moon). The Gregorian...

Majority of Students Said They Go to Dunkin Every Week

Majority of Students Said They Go to Dunkin’ Every Week

The Chronicle Staff April 7, 2024

The Chronicle has launched weekly polls on our Instagram (@colonel_chronicle), asking your opinions on all sorts of topics! Check out our Instagram stories every Monday for the latest poll! Have a suggestion...

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