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How to Homecoming

Alma Harrison, Editor in Chief
September 27, 2019

Homecoming is equally exciting and stressful, and we all know it. There’s so much to do for girls and even more for boys: having your mom get your suit, having your mom get your bow tie, making sure it matches your date’s dress, having your mom order the boutonniere, making sure it’s what your date told you to get. I’m kidding…kind of. In all seriousness, there’s a lot for everyone to...

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Quite Frankly the Band

Nichole Thomas, Editor in Chief
September 4, 2019

Rain and wind did not stop the electric performance of Quite Frankly the band on August 24. With nearly 20 South students in attendance, the crowd was in for an entertaining night. All band members are under the age of 18; everyone was in for a surprise. On bass guitar was sophomore Scout Matthews and the singer was freshman Carolyn Armstrong. The rest of the band consisted of Nate Gregory on guitar,...

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Nutrition Expedition

Sarah Oldhe, Reporter
August 30, 2019

Over the summer, you might have noticed that local nutrition shops have become very popular. Places like 913 Nutrition, Vibe Nutrition and Energizing Mission have recently. Energizing Mission shakes contain vitamins, minerals and nutrients, at least 18 grams of protein and can be used as meal replacements. Teas have metabolism-boosting properties and aloe that soothes the digestive system and assists...

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Ansley Chambers, Copy Editor
March 25, 2019

Top three rooms at South: Tucker Love- This is where all the magic happens. Maybe I have some bias, being a Patriot editor afterall, but that doesn’t change the lighting situation. The journalism room has outstanding room, especially for being on the bottom floor. Most basement rooms feel dark and dingy, but Room 168 and 169 will never fail to disappoint, despite being an internal room below the rest of the school with no windows for sunlight. However, there is one large window and a door...

Review: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Packs a Thanos Sized Punch

Sophia Belshe, Editor-in-Chief, Opinion Editor
May 3, 2018

*MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD* The 10-year wait came to an end one week earlier than originally scheduled when Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters April 27. Audiences across the world flooded cinemas to see a film that showcases the best, and worst, that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has to offer. From the opening scene,"Infinity War" sets a somber tone. Ten years of Marvel films have...

“Love, Simon” is the Movie We All Need Right Now

Megan Smith, Reporter
March 28, 2018

Even though I couldn't see half the movie through my tears, I'm confident in my belief that "Love, Simon" is one of the best movies ever made and should be considered the "Breakfast Club" of our generation. A break from the traditional indie film, "Love, Simon" is long overdue and gives gay teens the movie they may not have even known they needed. "Love, Simon" tells the story of 17-year-old Simon...

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