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The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

The Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed


The seniors relived fond memories as they glued pictures into their scrapbooks. Volunteers helped when they could and listened to the stories shared at the table.

Bridging Smiles and Ending Loneliness: An FBLA Project Focused on Helping our Senior Citizens

Avani Prabhu, News Editor May 3, 2024

One of the biggest problems faced by seniors today is loneliness. In fact, one-fourth of adults over 65 suffer from loneliness according to the CDC. Older people usually live far from their friends and...

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An example of a shade “match” on skin with a darker skin tone. (Ayati Yadav)

101 Variations of Pale: The Struggle

Ayati Yadav, Staff Writer April 25, 2024

101 Different Variations of Pale: The Struggle How would you feel walking down the beautiful aisles of Ulta or Sephora, knowing that no matter how hard you search or how much you spend, you won’t...

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The Lightning Thief, the first book in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series

Camp Half-Blood is Finally Good This Year

Aaden Li, Sports Editor February 14, 2024

Percy Jackson and the Olympians, a beloved book series with two movie adaptations, has recently been readapted yet again into a show for Disney+. The show stars Walker Scobell as Percy Jackson, Leah Jeffries...

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It’s a Robot’s World: Is AI Taking Over?

It’s a Robot’s World: Is AI Taking Over?

Anushka Khivasara, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

“AI” is a word that has been repeated multiple times over the past few months, but what does it mean? AI stands for artificial intelligence and is exactly what it sounds like: an artificial machine...

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In a world where careers are seemingly meaningless, the addition of a influencer pathway opens up a whole new world of options to students.

The Newest, Most Best Pathway: Becoming An Influencer 101

Saanvi Tatipalli and Tisha Kaur February 13, 2024

Full disclaimer: This is satire. Many of today’s influencers have worked extremely hard to get to where they are and have inspired many people along their journey. Social media is an incredibly useful...

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South Forsyth HOSA students volunteering at a retirement home and handing out valentines cards. They distributed out handcrafted cards that were filled with heartfelt messages, and smiles were gifted in return.

Empowering Minds & Inspiring Lives: SFHS HOSA Campaigns for Mental Health Awareness

Sophia Prashanth, Lifestyle Editor & Social Media Lead February 13, 2024

In the United States alone, there are about 57 million people who suffer from mental health disorders. Over 970 million individuals worldwide suffer from a mental health illness. Considering that one...

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Anonymous BirdFeed Staffer

The Journey to Accepting Racial Identity is no Joke

The Bird Feed Staff February 12, 2024

Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, the Bird Feed has chosen to let all interviewees remain anonymous in order to protect their privacy and encourage open dialogue. Sometimes, racism arises in...

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Grace Chin (left) and Sritha Neeli (right) are presenting an informational poster pertaining to women in Venture Capital.

Real Girl Math: Meet ‘Women in Venture Capital,’ an FBLA American Enterprise Project

Sritha Neeli, Grace Chin, and Saanvi Kankipati February 12, 2024

Women in Venture Capital The American Enterprise project is an FBLA competitive event in which members have an opportunity to impact students, schools and their overall community by introducing them to...

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South Forsyth High Schools HOSA Students at a Bake Sale for their campaign to raise awareness for eating disorders. Through the support of their community, the students were able to raise money for NEDA.

SFHS Students Raise Awareness for Eating Disorders through “Nourish to Flourish” Campaign

Diya Maheshwari, Lead Copy Editor January 30, 2024

Scrolling through social media, you’ll see things ranging from your best friend’s cutest pictures to a celebrity’s lunch and your favorite artist’s album announcement, but five South Forsyth High...

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 Shohei Ohtani holds up his new Dodgers jersey with Rahm Emanuel, the US Ambassador to Japan. Ohtani recently signed with the Dodgers.

MLB Has a Spending Problem, No Cap

Matt Craig, Opinions Editor January 25, 2024

On Dec. 11, 2023, the Los Angeles Dodgers signed two-time unanimous MVP Shohei Ohtani to a 10-year $700 million dollar contract, the largest contract in all of sports history. Two weeks later, the Dodgers...

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Joe Biden (left) and Donald Trump (right) are some of the oldest people to be president of the United States. They’re a big part of the discussion about having more young people hold office.
“Joe Biden and Donald Trump”/ Gage Skidmore, Sheelah Craighead / Wikimedia Commons/ CC BY-SA 2.0

Is Age Only a Number in Presidency?

Avani Prabhu, News Editor January 23, 2024

President Joe Biden is 80 years old, the oldest person to ever hold office. Donald Trump held the record before him at 77. With the next presidential election coming up, people are starting to...

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Christmas Wish List

Sophia Prashanth, Lifestyle Editor & Social Media Lead January 23, 2024

We've got you covered, parents—we know how stressful it can be to shop for your teenagers around the holidays! This is a list of everything your teenager is most likely hoping to get for Christmas. This...

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