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Reflecting on the California wildfire crisis
Complacent decision: Adults leave the ballots thinner each year
Hurricane Michael devastates Southeast Coast
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South’s Food Fight to raise money for the holidays
Celebrating the Jewish holiday Hanukkah: An interview with Matthew Thompson
Almost Invisible
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Rising to the top: Student athlete Makenna Segal
Court-side victory: Taking on Lanier
Ending the fall sports season victorious
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Point-counterpoint: Is college worth it?
Staff Editorial: Voting with the next generation

Staff Editorial: Voting with the next generation

December 1, 2018

Nearly every day, students walk into history classes and learn of current and past political debates. Even for classes such as Economics and World History, students still learn the views of political parties,...

Point-Counterpoint: Media Influencing the masses

November 7, 2018

Our founding fathers wished to establish a country that protects and enforces the freedoms of its citizens. Created in order to do just that, the first amendment allows the freedom of the press and differing...

Point-Counterpoint: Media Influencing the masses

Point-Counterpoint: Media Influencing the masses

November 2, 2018

A sea of people and a wave of posts flood the media; each utilizing their right to express themselves, protected by the First Amendment. Thousands of voices come together as a choir of opinions, shaping...

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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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Staff Profile
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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Kayleigh Emberton
Kayleigh Emberton

Sports Editor

Kayleigh Emberton is a sophmore who is now in her second year of journalism. Kayleigh loves sports, especially baseball and football. Kayleigh is a die-hard...

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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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Reflecting on the California wildfire crisis

Shreya Mishra and Shree Delwadia | December 12, 2018

The Califoria Wild-land Fire Crisis has sparked emotions across the nation? What caused it, and how can it be controlled?

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South’s Food Fight to raise money for the holidays

Shreya Mishra, Social Media Lead | December 12, 2018

The South Forsyth High School food fight, started by social studies teacher Leah Mcgray, has brought students together and onto a path of positivity in the form of charity. The Food Fight is a metaphorical fundraising competition traditionally held between two schools, with the motive to raise non-perishable foods for an assortment of charities, including Meals By Grace and two other religiously...

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