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Before kick-off, Senior athletes lined up to be celebrated at the final football game of the 2022 season. The War Eagles were ultimately victorious against West Forsyth, clinching a spot in the statewide playoffs. (Brady Lynn / The Bird Feed)

A Successful Senior Night: War Eagles Win Last Home Stadium Game of 2022

Brady Lynn, Sports Editor November 6, 2022

To begin the celebratory night, all senior athletes were highlighted before the game against West Forsyth. Senior student athletes lined up on the sideline with their parents to receive recognition for...

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On Thursday, October 27th, South Forsyth High School celebrates their annual Trunk or Treat. The Trunk or Treat is meant to gather the community together while involving the clubs and organizations of South.

Trunk or Treat! SFHS’s Unique Twist on Halloween

Kripa Madhadevan, Staff Writer November 5, 2022

The crisp autumn air and the excited chatter of little children spread across the bus lanes of South Forsyth High School (SFHS) during their annual Trunk-or-Treat celebration. SFHS Student Council hosted...

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South Forsyth celebrates its annual Homecoming game through a plethora of activities and traditions. Juniors (from left to right) Victor Wang and Kaden Hogan cheered on the football team at the Homecoming game on Thursday, Oct. 20.

SOFO HOCO 2022: Home is Where the Spirit (Week) is

The Bird Feed Staff October 31, 2022

From October 17th-21st, South Forsyth High School celebrated its annual Homecoming Week. With students and staff dressing up in their best attire to fit the days' different themes, every day of spirit...

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Victory at Home: War Eagles Win in the Nest

Brady Lynn, Sports Editor October 31, 2022

On Oct. 20, 2022, fans, students, parents, and faculty gathered in school colors at South Forsyth High school’s football stadium to watch an intense game against Forsyth Central. The Varsity Football...

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Shore Sweep annual event at Lake Lanier in Cumming, GA on Sept. 24, 2022. A group of Students from South Forsyth High School walked around the shore and picked up pieces of trash they found scattered around.

Shore Sweep: South Clubs Unite for Annual Day of Environmental Clean-Up

Charley Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief October 30, 2022

On Sept. 24, a variety of South Forsyth High School’s clubs came together at Bald Ridge Marina, Lake Lanier, to participate in the annual Shore Sweep event. Beginning at 8 am and going on until 1 pm,...

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Francisco Valentinotti and Royce Arockiasamy show the coconut dessert they brought to exhibit a sample of Perus food. Thirteen countries were represented at the Hispanic Heritage Festival.

iCelebracion!: South Forsyth High School Celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

Rathna Malapati, Assistant Clubs Editor October 30, 2022

On Thursday, Oct. 13th, Hispanic music, aromatic cultural cuisine, and friendly faces transformed the South Forsyth High School (SFHS) dining hall into a cultural celebration. National Hispanic Heritage...

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Student at library. As students all around the nation head back to school, many still struggle with comparing themselves to others and obsessing over academics. Students believe that acceptance into the top schools can only come from being one step ahead of their peers. As a result, many students that left high school have permanent damage to their mental, physical, and emotional states.

Don’t Let ‘High Achieving’ Students Make You Feel Anything Less

Carmel Yonas, Opinions Editor & Senior Reporter October 19, 2022

Out of everything that causes stress for teens—whether it's their home life, peers, academics, or health—school can be the most anxiety-inducing. This anxiety is only compounded by our culture's...

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On Wednesday, Oct. 5, protestors rally in the streets of Stockholm, Sweden, many holding up pictures of Mahsa Amini. Similar protests have erupted all over the globe against the Iranian governments response to and possible involvement in Aminis death.

‘Women, Life, Freedom’: Death of 22-Year-Old Mahsa Amini Sparks Global Protest

Carmel Yonas, Opinions Editor & Senior Reporter October 15, 2022

On Friday, Sept. 16, in Tehran, Iran, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died after an allegedly violent encounter with the country's morality police. Before her untimely death, Amini was at the mall with her...

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On Friday, October 7th, the Deca officers collaborate with the FBLA and FCCLA officers for this years annual DECA tailgate. They brought their members together and formed a community of CTSOs.

South’s DECA Chapter Partners with FBLA and FCCLA for an Unforgettable “Pink Out” Tailgate

Emma Grigg, Staff Writer October 15, 2022

On October 7th, South Forsyth High School’s DECA chapter partnered with the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) to throw their annual...

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Mario of the Super Mario Bros is an Italian plumber whose determination to rescue his beloved Princess Peach have driven a decades-long video game franchise. Fans worldwide hope the 2023 animated film will live up to their high expectations.

The Super Mario Bros. Will Level Up to the Big Screen in April 2023

Maggie Craig, Editor-In-Chief October 9, 2022

On Thursday Oct. 6, Nintendo released their first Super Mario Bros. Movie Direct, a livestream event which gave the world a first look at The Super Mario Bros. Movie (2023), an upcoming animated film about...

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Souths athletic trainer. Diane King, poses with one of her many championship rings. King first became a certified athletic trainer in 1987.

A Record-Breaking Career: South’s Athletic Trainer Diane King Deserves her own ‘Hall of Fame’

Brady Lynn, Sports Editor October 7, 2022

South’s Head Athletic Trainer Diane King helps school athletes break records every day, but few might know she’s lived a record-breaking life herself. “I actually was the first and only female...

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Meet the leadership team! The leaders introduce themselves and the club to both new and returning members at the first meeting. They discussed their first topic of astronomy and what the future holds for the club.

Women in STEM: A Community Where Women Can Bloom

Charley Sarmiento, Editor-in-Chief October 3, 2022

Traveling down the West Hall corridors of South Forsyth on a crisp Thursday morning, a relatively new, budding Women in STEM club held its very first meeting in Room 489. At said meeting, the leadership...

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