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South’s FBLA Chapter exceeds expectations at State Conference
Defining our Purpose: HOSA 2019 State Leadership Conference
Asbestos found in Claire’s and Justice Makeup Products
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How to rock prom on a budget
Statistics students take football learning to the next level
Tips for rising Freshman: an interview with Mrs. MacAllaster
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Interviewing Jakson Klosterman
My Atlanta Braves experience
Girls Basketball team ends season with nothing but net
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Southside Vogue: OUR Uniforms
Student Opinions: Harassment in the workplace

Student Opinions: Harassment in the workplace

March 1, 2019

“Horseface”. “You never get to the face because the body’s so good”. These comments have been made in political settings in recent years about women. It’s unsurprising, in a land built under...

Student Opinions: As easy as spending $5

Student Opinions: As easy as spending $5

February 26, 2019

As Easy as Spending $5 “Come on Orpa! We are going to be late if you don’t hurry.” My sister Dina called out to me as I raced out the door. I did not want to be late to my first day of work at...

Student Opinions: The Princess and The G.O.P

Student Opinions: The Princess and The G.O.P

February 20, 2019

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Seeing the Strip: my trip to Las Vegas
Essentials for all kinds of vacations

Essentials for all kinds of vacations

May 21, 2018

The sun beats down on students as they relax on their vacation. Little kids toss around beach balls and seagulls circle looking for their next meal. In the city, students shop and laugh with friends as...

Dorm room decorating made easy

Dorm room decorating made easy

May 17, 2018

Graduating seniors take a new and fresh step into the beginning of adulthood when attending college. Harder classes, new friends, tight money budgets, and less time for friends and family come with the...

Playlist: Dancing the night away at prom

Playlist: Dancing the night away at prom

April 4, 2018

Butterflies are fluttering around in stomachs, nervousness paired with excitement makes for an interesting mix of emotions that has one feeling sick but still smiling. It's prom day and groups of friends...

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Daria Weber
Daria Weber

Copy Editor

Daria Weber is a Senior at South Forsyth, marking her fourth year on The Bird Feed staff. A proud Venture Scout, Daria is the current president of Cre...

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Minakshi Shivananda
Minakshi Shivananda

Staff Writer

Minakshi Shivananda is a freshman at South Forsyth High School and is taking on her first year at The Bird Feed. Minakshi enjoys listening to music, hanging out with...

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Olivia Waletzke
Olivia Waletzke

Staff Writer

Olivia is a freshman at South and new to the journalism crew! Writing is a huge passion of hers so the Journalism group is a dream come true for her. S...

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South Forsyth Thespians Present Beauty and the Beast

Sierra Wamsley and Oliva Waletzke
March 15, 2019

The velvet curtain closes and the lights flicker on. The roaring applause of audience members dies down until the only person clapping is that awkward man in the corner. Characters are welcomed onto the stage to meet the young girls all dressed as Belle in Beauty and the Beast. Parents with smiles painted across their face gather and meet together. What a few moments ago was a roar of applause is now...

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“Bury a Friend” is the new hit by Billie Eilish

Brooke Eldridge, Staff Writer
March 13, 2019

The rise of alternative music is bringing once-small creators to the top, one of them including 17-year old Billie Eilish. In 2017, Billie did an interview with Vanity Fair, asking her basic questions about her music and what her biggest shows were, etc. Exactly one year later, they brought Billie back for the same interview in 2018. In just one year, Billie Eilish´s Instagram grew from 257,000 followers...

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Queer Eye slowly taking over the nation

Minakshi Shivananda, Staff Writer
March 5, 2019

Inside a snug blanket without a care in the world, a crazed Netflix user surfs through the program to find another show to feast their eyes on. While searching for the next show to obsess about, the user comes across a bright, vivid rectangular icon, portraying the stars’ faces in an abstract, but artistic way. It instantly attracts the individual, with the desire to learn the abridgment of the story...

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Interviewing Jakson Klosterman

Minakshi Shivananda, Staff Writer
April 3, 2019

As the JV tennis season is coming to a close, both of the JV boys’ and girls’ are preparing for Regionals. With only two losses in their season and seven wins, they go into regionals with an exemplary record. I sat down with Jakson Klosterman, a first year South tennis player, to ask about his improvement throughout the year.   Q: When did you start playing tennis? A: I started...

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Southside Vogue: OUR Uniforms

Olivia Waletzke, Staff Writer
March 25, 2019

With a school as sprawling as South, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle. We sit in colorless classrooms for hours on end, listening to teachers present. At school, there are limited windows for us to express ourselves.  This could drive us to feel more like just a body rather than a somebody. When we have no other outlet to show ourselves, we can always turn to what we wear. What we decide to put...

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South’s FBLA Chapter exceeds expectations at State Conference

Shreya Mishra, Social Media Lead
March 25, 2019

The crowd cheers as students from their FBLA chapters step up to the stage to receive awards at the State Conference on Saturday, March 23rd, at the Hyatt Regency of Atlanta. However, taking a step back, tensions were rising as students present for their events on the Friday before. For larger competition events, those who advance through a round of preliminaries perform in a final round, where...

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