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Competition Winners announced at FBLA Regional Conference

Competition Winners announced at FBLA Regional Conference

Shreya Mishra, Social Media Lead

January 23, 2019

Tuesday marked the day for the FBLA (Future Business Leadership of America) Regional Leadership Conference. Students filled the cafeteria as nervousness and anticipation bubbled between competitors. After a short social period, presenting competitors who were included in the region, met in specific...

Coffee Shop gives teachers extra boost of energy

Coffee Shop gives teachers extra boost of energy

Alyssa Freyman, Editor-in-chief

January 16, 2019

Culinary students work behind a counter, serving coffee and delectable breakfast foods to teachers. Calming, coffee house music plays over speakers in the room. Some students come from the kitchen, bringing out freshly baked goods. Teachers sit at tables, enjoying a moment of serenity before the hectic s...

Featured Club: Mock Trial Competition

Featured Club: Mock Trial Competition

Elijah Cho, Opinions Section Editor

December 19, 2018

Court is now in session as the South Forsyth Mock Trial Team prepare their testimonies and arguments for the annual court case and competition. The South Forsyth Mock Trial Team represents a class of public speakers and students with a different mindset using their distinctive thinking processes and backgrou...

South’s Food Fight to raise money for the holidays

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...

Celebrating the Jewish holiday Hanukkah: An interview with Matthew Thompson

Celebrating the Jewish holiday Hanukkah: An interview with Matthew Thompson

Brooke Eldridge, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018

The purpose of Hanukkah is to celebrate the Jews´ victory over a tyrant king, and the re-dedication of the second Temple in Jerusalem. So when a small family of Jewish people gathers around their dining room table, a feast is beautifully presented before them. The menorah is delicately lit, each of the ...

Almost Invisible

Almost Invisible

Samyu Machani

December 10, 2018

It’s common for teens to struggle with low self esteem and insecurities, and they may not feel comfortable revealing their struggles to close friends or family; they often attempt to hide their troubles. On the other hand, some students feel unbothered talking to people they trust about thei...

South’s Spectacular Senior Superlatives

South’s Spectacular Senior Superlatives

Minakshi Shivananda and Olivia Waletzke

December 5, 2018

Indeed, South Forsyth will be sending another group of seniors off to college. As a way to remember the memories and personalities of the class of 2019, South’s yearbook staff continued the tradition by conducting the annual Senior Superlatives’ photo shoot on November 1st. Nearly 36 seniors went on ...

South’s healthcare options: Human Anatomy and Physiology

South’s healthcare options: Human Anatomy and Physiology

Shree Delwadia

December 5, 2018

At the white coat ceremony, any medical student is beyond thrilled to now become a doctor. For those who do not know, a white coat ceremony signifies the beginning of medical students' journey to achieve the long white coat, when they are physicians. But we mustn't forget the journey taken to rea...

Behind the Scenes of the Sawnee Ballet Theater’s Nutcracker

Behind the Scenes of the Sawnee Ballet Theater’s Nutcracker

Olivia Waletzke, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

Her heart is racing, and butterflies are fluttering in her stomach. The cold wind from the AC backstage is the only thing keeping her cool. She jumps repeatedly in place, her pointe shoes silently tapping the ground. The audience cheers for the last act. Without thinking, a red lipped smile masks her...

Understanding the differences of Manufacturing and Engineering

Understanding the differences of Manufacturing and Engineering

Douglas Seely, Staff Writer

December 5, 2018

South offers many pathways, including ones for students who prefer to be more hands-on with their projects, like manufacturing and engineering. While engineering and manufacturing have many similarities, they each help prepare students for separate roles in society. Manufacturing refers to the making of an item...

Making the dreams of Carter and Carli a reality

Making the dreams of Carter and Carli a reality

Naisha Roy, Sierra Wamsley, and Alyssa Freyman

December 4, 2018

November 30th, a day students will never forget. Newscasters from CBS set up their cameras, ready to capture the best moments. Students walked into the Arena, wearing blue wristbands and ready to cheer on Carter and Carli. The teachers and students participating in the basketball game line up, prepar...

Bracing for Midterms

Bracing for Midterms

Naisha Roy and Shree Delwadia

December 3, 2018

As December rolls by, Christmas trees are going up, hot chocolate is pouring, and the sugar-plum fairies are dancing. But high-school students are doing a dance of their own; trying to juggle the stress and studying of midterms and EOCs. Unlike finals, midterms can’t be exempted for most classes, a...

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