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South’s Voices on the Turkish-Kurdish Conflict
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Easy Halloween Costumes – A guide for students, by students
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FSU Invitational Cross-country
Lady War Eagles win their first game of the season
2019 Varsity Volleyball season wraps up
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Secrets behind the walls of psychiatric hospitals
The power of sacrament

The power of sacrament

November 8, 2019

Darkness and doom are coming to metal genres courtesy of German band Powerwolf. The band is composed of five wolves: lead singer Atilla Dorn, lead guitarist Matthew Greywolf, rhythm guitarist Charles Greywolf,...

To all the Netflix movies I’ve watched before

To all the Netflix movies I’ve watched before

October 18, 2019

 Netflix is good for many things such as binge watching and post-breakup comfort, but reflecting the accuracy of high schools isn’t one of them. Jocks shoving nerds into lockers, popular kids stuffing...

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Easy Halloween Costumes – A guide for students, by students
Seeing the Strip: my trip to Las Vegas
Essentials for all kinds of vacations
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The hype of app sensation: TikTok
Kelsey Watson

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Kelsey Watson is a senior at South Forsyth High School and a first year staff member on The Bird Feed. She attended the Washington Journalism & Media...

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The hype of app sensation: TikTok
Maggie Craig

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Maggie Craig is currently a freshman at SFHS and is a staff writer for The Bird Feed. If she isn’t writing stories, you will find her jamming out on...

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The strength of loss

Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor
November 11, 2019

The South Forsyth theater program held two double features this past week, Lost Girl and The Strength of Our Spirit. The first is a psychological story centered on Wendy Darling, the girl who was taken to Neverland by Peter Pan. The second is a play in remembrance of those that died during the Holocaust.  Wildly different but equally good, the Southside theater program did not disappoint.

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The power of sacrament

Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor
November 8, 2019

Darkness and doom are coming to metal genres courtesy of German band Powerwolf. The band is composed of five wolves: lead singer Atilla Dorn, lead guitarist Matthew Greywolf, rhythm guitarist Charles Greywolf, organist/pianist Falk Maria Schlegel, and drummer Roel Van Helden. These five and their fans create the wolfpack. They are bringing a new genre of metal to mainstream metal: doom metal. Using...

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Taylor Swift’s new album, “Lover” brings her back into the light with her most romantic album yet.

Kelsey Watson, Staff Writer
October 21, 2019

Taylor Swift's newest album Lover reflects her newfound positivity and takes a more personal look at her relationship with Joe Alwyn, her "lover," and herself. Her writing feels lighter, and after hiding in the darkness during her Reputation period, she has “stepped into the daylight and let it go.”  I Forgot That You Existed: Her opening track shows her smooth transition from dwelling on her...

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The strength of loss

Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor
November 11, 2019

The South Forsyth theater program held two double features this past week, Lost Girl and The Strength of Our Spirit. The first is a psychological story centered on Wendy Darling, the girl who was taken to Neverland by Peter Pan. The second is a play in remembrance of those that died during the Holocaust.  Wildly different but equally good, the Southside theater program did not disappoint.

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Secrets behind the walls of psychiatric hospitals

Brooke Eldridge, Arts and Entertainment Editor
November 11, 2019

My parents sat next to my hospital bed, their heads in their hands in defeat, for there was nothing more they could do to help me. The event that had occurred just hours ago repeated in my head, causing a stir in my stomach and grimace on my face. The regret was powerful enough to make me shake in fear of what was to come next. The pain was ever so slightly pinching my entire body as I focused all...

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FSU Invitational Cross-country

Carmel Yonas, Staff Writer
November 8, 2019

On Friday October 11, South runners prepared for the FSU invitational in Tallahassee, Florida. Races started on Saturday at 7:50 in the morning and continued all throughout the day. Teams from all over Florida and Georgia came down to race and watch. The races ranked from Elite boys and girls varsity, varsity A boys and girls, varsity B boys and girls, and JV results. South’s varsity girls and boys...

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