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Revving up. Electric cars are rising in popularity due to convenience and environmental concerns. Several South students and teachers have used these vehicles for many years and urge others to do the same.

Changing our perspective of electric vehicles

Naisha Roy, Copy Editor April 14, 2021

With climate change becoming an increasingly concerning problem for the world, 69% of Americans think the government isn’t doing enough to combat climate change. While things such as rejoining the Paris...

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4x8 (2 laps: 4 people run) relay. Senior Ansley Rogers is sprinting down the last 100m straight as she competes in the 4x8 relay. Senior Madi Butler, Senior Katelyn Mclean, and Sophomore Emily Barnes competed with her as well.

South starting Track and Field season strong at Archer Invitational

Carmel Yonas, Staff Writer April 13, 2021

The first Track and Field meet of 2021 took place on February 27th at Archer High school. Out of 15 schools, South placed third. However, it wasn't easy to celebrate the victory, the earliest meet began...

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The North Forsyth soccer field. The War Eagles pressure the North defense in front of the North goal box. South maintained high pressure throughout the game, allowing them to steal balls from North and create scoring opportunities.

South Forsyth Varsity girls dominate North Forsyth on the soccer field

Kailee O'Donnell, Sports Editor April 2, 2021

On Friday, March 12th, South Forsyth High School varsity soccer girls had a major victory against North Forsyth High School. The varsity girls maintained control and possession of the ball, keeping the...

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Senior Megan Milstead holding her prom ticket. Milstead is glad to finally have her ticket after waiting in the long line for prom tickets. Milstead was sure to be at ticket sales right at 2:00. She waited in line for 30 minutes to receive her own ticket and a guest's ticket.

Seniors surge the corridors for prom tickets

Lucy Moon and Kailee O'Donnell April 2, 2021

On March 22, 2021, at 2:00 P.M. sharp, South Forsyth seniors began flooding West Hall in an attempt to purchase the limited amount of prom tickets for the 2021 school year. The time slot lasted from 2:00...

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The SFHS administration team pose for a picture. Mrs McKee(back row, far right) is moving to East and Mr Schreier(back row, fourth from left to right) is moving to Central. Mr Wolff(back row, fifth from left to right) and Ms Espy(front row, right) are staying and taking on new roles. They are all very excited about their new positions.

The 2021-2022 school year brings changes to SOFO admin

Grace Drawdy and Saahithya Gutta April 2, 2021

If this school year has taught South students anything, it is to be flexible to change. In this time of uncertainty, we will sadly have to say goodbye to two of our highly appreciated administrators in...

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A tragic accident. The spa shootings in Atlanta led to the death of many innocent lives. However, this shooting led to an increase in rallies and marches to fight against anti-Asian hate present in the country.

Atlanta shootings at local massage spas

Shree Delwadia, Associate Editor April 2, 2021

Delaina Ashley Yaun, Soon Chung Park, Paul Andre Michels, Xiajie Tan, Daoyou Feng, Hyun Jung Grant, Suncha Kim, and Yong Ae Yue. These names will be marked in history for many generations to come. On March...

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Black Lives Matter. Over the summer of 2020, a student from South Forsyth participates in a Black Lives Matter protest near the Forsyth County Courthouse. They advocated for freedom, and a revision in America's justice system. Throughout the protest, a large gathering of diverse individuals, congregated in Cumming.

The Reality of Racial Inequality Towards the Black Community

Carmel Yonas, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

I can still vividly remember my mom turning on the news to the last seen footage of George Floyd. As I locked eyes with the CNN correspondent, I couldn't help but feel beyond enraged. There aren't enough...

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Now Showing: SFHS prom. According to the video, the theme for this year would be Hollywood. This guide shows everything you need to make the night as spectacular as possible.

Preparing for War Eagle Prom- A guide for students, by students

Naisha Roy and Shree Delwadia April 2, 2021

On March 3rd, 2021, South Forsyth High School announced that they would be holding a prom in the midst of April. With COVID-19 still affecting the county, prom this year would be somewhat unconventional...

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1966 baseball card. Henry Aaron plays baseball for the Atlanta Braves. Hammerin' Hank was an immensely talented player that set many records in baseball. One may not be surpassed: 25 All-Star selections.

The legacy of Hammerin’ Hank lives on

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor March 31, 2021

Henry Hank Aaron dreamed of being a baseball player and in 1951 he became one when he joined the Indianapolis Clowns. Aaron was a leader in an era of changes for Major League Baseball.  He was a small...

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Luke Combs attends the 51st CMA awards. Luke Combs sings country songs about every stage of life. Combs recently released a new album, song, and a teaser of something he is working on.

Luke Combs releases “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” teaser

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor March 31, 2021

On February 17, 2021, Luke Combs released a teaser for an original song on his Instagram. The minute and 17-second snippet was only a short taste of the song. After releasing his album, 'What You See...

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An unexpected surprise. In South Forsyth's College and Career Center, the Joshi family gathers to enjoy a special moment with their daughter, Anjali. Anjali was the recipient of the Stamps Scholarship, a prestigious award gifted by Mercer. When Joshi walked into the room, she was confused by all the people waiting in the room for her.

South senior, Anjali Joshi, receives a prestigous award

Kayleigh Emberton, Senior Editor March 31, 2021

On Friday, March 12, the South Forsyth High School faculty, Mercer’s Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management Kelly L. Holloway, and Assistant Director of Admissions Jackie Atchinson gathered...

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President Joe Biden. The Biden administration is receiving backlash because of the surge of immigrants at the Mexican-American border. The increase of unaccompanied children has been the main concern for border patrol agents.

A crisis on the Southern border unfolds under Biden Administration

Lucy Moon, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

Recently, the White House has been quiet about the chaos ensuing on the Mexican-American border. Immigrants and unaccompanied children are traveling miles to show up to the American border just to be shoved...

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