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Administrators Immplement Tardy Round Up

Administrators Immplement Tardy Round Up

Addie Soyski, Staff Writer

Shawnee Mission South is attempting to remedy its growing number of first hour tardies with the newly...

April 10, 2017

StuCo Volunteers at Adelante Thrift

Madison Holloway, Ads Editor, Writer

Student Council is not just about what goes on inside the school, another important aspect is reaching out into the community to help effect positive change. On Saturday, March 4, 17 members of StuCo drove downtown to volunteer at Adelante Thrift. Adelante Thrift was founded in 2005 by Jarrett ...

March 14, 2017

Lady Law Mock Trial Results

Lady Law Mock Trial Results

Nichole Thomas

Usually walking into a courthouse you picture big, intimidating lawyers standing in front of a jury. Mo...

March 13, 2017

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Q&A with Hannah Dennington

Q&A with Hannah Dennington

Avery Woods, Sports Editor

Hannah Dennington was the only original freshman on the varsity girls soccer team this year. She talks about team dynamics and when she started playing. AW: What’s it like bein...

April 17, 2017

2017 Baseball Rosters

March 30, 2017

South Bowling Strikes at State

South Bowling Strikes at State

March 8, 2017

The Rivalry Continues: East vs South in Basketball

The Rivalry Continues: East vs South in Basketball

March 2, 2017

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The Midland: One of Kansas City’s Premiere Small Venues

The Midland: One of Kansas City’s Premiere Small Venues

Miah Clark, Editorial Cartoonist, Staff Writer

The Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland, better known as the Midland Theatre, is one of Kansas City’s strongest small venues. Located in the Power and Light District of Kan...

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A School Without Walls

A School Without Walls

Muriel Lund

My junior year of high school I made the decision to attend Insight School of Kansas, an online public school, instead of Shawnee Mission South. The setup was much different. ...

April 1, 2017

Rising Sun: My Ordinary Life Begins After Six Years

Rising Sun: My Ordinary Life Begins After Six Years

March 6, 2017

Our Earth, Our Choice

Our Earth, Our Choice

March 6, 2017

Rising Sun: The Day of Sigma – An X-cellent Mega Man Film

Rising Sun: The Day of Sigma – An X-cellent Mega Man Film

February 23, 2017

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Q&A with Kaylie Castile

Q&A with Kaylie Castile

Tess Conley, Staff Writer

Junior Kaylie Castile had rods put into her back because of scoliosis. She discusses her experience and her limitations today.   TC: How long ago did you begi...

March 3, 2017

Q&A with Nya Smith

Q&A with Nya Smith

November 11, 2016

15 Questions with Debra O’Brien

15 Questions with Debra O’Brien

October 28, 2016

15 Questions with Jocelyn Clark

15 Questions with Jocelyn Clark

October 28, 2016

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May 2017 Issue

South Decides to Discard Elevator Keys

South Decides to Discard Elevator Keys

Kendall Barker, Writer
January 27, 2015

The majority of South's students are not elevator riders, but most have seen peers with crutches or teachers with carts filled with books using keys to...

Mail In Bond Issue Due Today

Mail In Bond Issue Due Today

Sophia Belshe, Writer
January 27, 2015

Shawnee Mission is conducting its first mail in ballot to decide the fate of a $223 million bond issue that could pay for new schools, renovations, school...

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