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Splash of color improves school spirit

Splash of color improves school spirit

Brittany Rodi and Sophie Ralph

September 20, 2017

Walking back and forth inside and outside of the school can be a pain. With often nothing but earbuds to keep students company the walk is long and boring and sometimes dreaded. Thankfully a new demonstration of South Forsyth’s creative genius has appeared on campus. If students walk by and fre...

Suicide month at South changes mindsets

Suicide month at South changes mindsets

Will Logsdon, Senior Editor

September 15, 2017

Teen suicide prevention is recognized annually during the month of September. The counseling department has organized several programs and events this month to initiate a dialogue about teens and mental health. Speaker, John Trautwein, a former major league baseball player whose son Will committed...

Suicide statistics

Suicide statistics

Sophie Ralph, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

Suicide is a huge problem in the United States, although not many people talk about it or understand the vastness of this problem. Depression, anxiety, and suicide plague teens of the United States, and of Georgia. It is important to educate people on the severity of this problem of suicide and depress...

The Semicolon Project

The Semicolon Project

Daria Weber, Senior Editor

September 15, 2017

Project Semicolon is a non-profit organization that works towards preventing suicide. Their belief is that suicide is preventable and everyone can help those with suicidal thoughts. By raising public awareness, educating communities, and equipping every person with the right tools, they hope that they...

Hurricane Irma is a ‘nuclear’ storm

Hurricane Irma is a ‘nuclear’ storm

Will Logsdon, Staff Writer

September 10, 2017

Hurricane Irma is expected to make landfall in the United States on Friday, striking either Miami or any other east coast city along the Florida coast. Nearly 95 percent of the Atlantic Island of Barbuda was destroyed during the storm when it made landfall Wednesday afternoon. The Prime Minister sa...

Hurricane hits closer to home than expected

Hurricane hits closer to home than expected

Grace Drawdy, Staff Writer

September 8, 2017

When tragedy strikes, the best people get involved and offer assistance. Jamie Coleman is one of those people. Since Hurricane Irma has set its sights on Florida, the category 5 hurricane has sent people seeking higher ground. Coleman’s relatives are no different as they found themselves in an evacuation...

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