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The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed


Astroworld statue. The giant golden statue of Scotts head is a staple of the entrance into the music festival. However, the densely packed corwds of the festival also became a staple, showcasing Scotts interpretation of mosh pit culture.

Astroworld Festival Casualties Lead to Examination of “Mosh Pit” Culture

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor November 10, 2021

Rapper Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival on Nov. 5-6 became instantly notorious for its overwhelming crowds and a densely-packed mosh pit that eventually led to a dangerous crowd surge, the deaths of...

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When youre an Addams. Gomez Addams introduces his family in the opening song. This fun and eerie piece set the mood for the rest of the production.

SFHS PA’s Rendition of The Addams Family Has Us “Pulled in a New Direction”

Carlos Nunez and Maggie Craig November 7, 2021

During The Night of One Acts, the SFHS Performing Arts program showcased their one-hour rendition of the 2010 broadway musical The Addams Family along with Advanced Drama's "The Old Man and the Old Moon"...

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An unemployment crisis. The pandemic is having a profound impact on the job market. In particular, college graduates are struggling to find employment amidst economic disruption. Long gone are the days of traditional employment and antiquated hiring practices.

Pandemic Prospects: Graduates Struggle to Find Jobs After COVID-19

Shivani Murugapiran, Staff Writer November 3, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic took its toll on the recent wave of college graduates - and the recovery isn't happening as quickly as many had hoped. The virus has rattled the state of the labor market, significantly...

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An evening full of spooky fun. South Forsyth High School hosts its annual Trunk or Treat event for families in the community in order to encourage a safe environment for the kids. The kids were beyond estastic to visit each trunk and play their game to win some extra candy.

South Forsyth High School Hosts its Annual Trunk-or-Treat

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy November 2, 2021

South Forsyth High School students and teachers filled the East Hall bus lanes as they decorated their trunks, filled buckets of candy and prepared various activities for the annual Trunk or Treat. SFHS...

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War in Tigray. Tigrayan citizens are leaving the region because of military forces occupying the village. A young girl carried her infant sibling out of the village and fled to Sudan.

The Devastation In Africa: War Between Ethiopia and Tigray Disrupts Millions of Lives

Carmel Yonas, Opinions Editor & Senior Reporter November 1, 2021

Ethiopia is currently in a state of chaos, and its citizens are facing political upheaval, humanitarian issues, sexual violence, and imbalances between the Tigrayan and Ethiopian governments. The factions...

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Bubbling boba. Pearls Tea recent opening in the Collections creates waves of excitement around the local area. Many customers lined up outside of the shop, awaiting its grand opening in  September.

The Collection’s cutest cafe: Pearl’s Tea Experiences Success During its Recent Opening

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief October 18, 2021

In this past month, Pearl’s Tea, a bubble tea shop, opened at the Collections in Forsyth County. Residents were excited for its grand opening in Cumming as many saw the store's promotions on social media,...

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Rough and rowdy. In the play, the Old Man walks into town to find a group of restless sailors. The Old Man deceived this ragtag group in order to find his wife.

A Story of Memory: SFHS’s PA Performs “The Old Man and the Old Moon”

Maggie Craig and Carlos Nuñez October 14, 2021

On October 7th-10th, the South Forsyth High School Performing Arts Program presented two amazing shows during their Night of One Acts. SFHS’s Musical Theatre Combo class started the evening with their...

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An addition to the lineup. Recently, Apple introduces a stunning iPhone 13 which features updated camera, smoother display, and updated video production options. Apple enthusiasts were excited to see what this new phone has to offer.

Apple’s 2021 Releases Revolutionized the Tech Industry: An Overview

Chris Bunker, Photo Editor October 12, 2021

Apple Inc. has yet again come out with an astounding line-up of clean, high-quality phones with some pretty innovative features. The company recently released several new electronics including the iPad...

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Masked up. While many students are finally adjusting to their daily school schedules, there are a large number of students still being exposed to COVID-19. In order to combat this exposure and make the county safer, Georgia has partnered with the Mako Medical organization to make a better outcome for students and teachers.

Forsyth County Now Offering Free Covid Testing in Partnership with Mako Medical

Sayna Kaushik, News Editor September 27, 2021

Recently, Mako Medical opened a free COVID-19 testing center here in Cumming, Georgia. Mako Medical has partnered with District 2 Public Health to bring this initiative to Central Park, an accessible...

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The aftermath of an infamous challenge. On Saturday morning, South Forsyth High School administrators discover instances of vandalism in its school bathrooms due to certain students participating in the “devious lick” TikTok challenge. While many bathrooms are cleaned up thanks to the efforts of our custodians, a few bathrooms are closed to fix the damages.

Tiktok Challenge Causes Instances of Vandalism at SFHS

Shree Delwadia and Naisha Roy September 16, 2021

The past weekend was a tumultuous one for South Forsyth High School, as some students followed the dangerous “devious lick” challenge on TikTok and vandalized the school’s bathrooms, destroying property...

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The aftermath of the storm. Hurricane Ida first lands in Louisiana as a category 4 hurricane, lending way to extremely strong winds alongside heavy rainfall. 

The storm resulted in many fallen trees and flood streets for the residents of the state.

Hurricane Ida Makes Landfall During the Peak of Hurricane Season

Shree Delwadia, Editor-In-Chief September 8, 2021

16 years ago, in August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina first made landfall in New Orleans, Louisiana and its surrounding cities as a Category 5 hurricane. This catastrophic event devastated many families and...

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FD-Yay. The U.S. Food and Drug Administrations approval of the first COVID vaccine helps improve vaccination rates. The approval was the next step following Emergency Use.

FDA Approves first COVID-19 Vaccine

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor August 31, 2021

On Monday, August 23rd, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The shot, previously known as the “Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccine,” became FDA-approved for all individuals...

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