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Dione Geiling

Dione Geiling, Staff Writer

Dione Geiling is a sophomore and is in her first year of Journalism. She is a staff writer for the newspaper The Bird Feed. In her spare time, she loves to read and rewatch episodes of her favorite shows on Netflix. Dione loves science and literature and she hopes to pursue a career in the science department. She also loves hanging out with her friends and laughing until her stomach hurts. You can email her at [email protected] or contact her on twitter @dionebirdfeed.

Staying informed. With all the misinformation about the Coronovirus, South's Students have many concerns. The CDC's new updates on the virus may be able to shed light on the disease. Image edited by Naisha Roy on Canva.

New updates on the Coronavirus leave South’s students concerned

February 26, 2020

The coronavirus, which started as an unknown pneumonia in Wuhan, China, in December of 2019, has now grown into a global cause of stress and concern. On February 25th, the Center for Disease Control and...

Georgia Tech. Doctora Green representing her Georgia Tech mug after her student got an early acceptance into the college. She always had a special place in her heart for the college.

Student gratitude over Georgia Tech acceptance goes viral

January 27, 2020

A wholesome teaching moment quickly snowballed into more as news sites quickly gained coverage of South Forsyth’s Doctora Green freaking out over Senior Max Pacheco’s acceptance into Georgia Tech....

Spreading Christianty through music. Kayne West releases another album about faith and his development thoroughout the making of the album. The lyrics touched the hearts of many. Sophmore Ethan Barlag stated,

Kanye West’s newest “JESUS IS KING” album provokes the holiness in all of us

November 22, 2019

Kanye West’s latest release, JESUS IS KING, hit stores and music streaming apps on October 25th, after many delays in the release date. West recently underwent a recommitment to Christianity, which in...

Celebrating a win. Varsity team enjoys another win and celebrates with the team. The 2019 Varsity team worked hard throughout the season which was shown through their wins.

2019 Varsity Volleyball season wraps up

October 22, 2019

South’s varsity volleyball closed its 2019 season after finishing in the first round of state championships October 19th at Brookwood High School. Their season contained ups and downs with a 16-16 record....

President Bryan Walker. All smiles discussing the club he runs, Black Student Association. This senior at South is very passionate about his ideas and hopes that this club is benefiting all in the school.

Featured Club: The Black Student Union at SFHS

October 14, 2019

The Black Student Union (BSU) at South Forsyth represents the African American minority group at SFHS. President Bryan Walker aims to “...establish the acceptance between each community” for the years...

Saving lives. South Suicide Prevention Day educated students, advising them to unite together to overcome the challenges of mental illness. Several symbols such as a heartbeat, semicolon, and yellow ribbon were advertised to show the value of continuing life.

More than just yellow shirts

September 26, 2019
As waves of orange and yellow flood the hallways of South Forsyth High School, the students bond together over a theme none should have to face alone.
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