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 Student News Site of South Forsyth High School

The Bird Feed

Kate Geiger

Kate Geiger, Columns Editor

Kate Geiger is a junior at South Forsyth High School. She serves as the Columns Editor this year at The Bird Feed. She is passionate about writing and is currently developing a novel of her own. Kate is interested in reading dystopian books, and she can’t wait to discover new and unique topics regarding the dystopian era. You can contact her at [email protected]

 

2022 Grammy Awards: Musics Biggest Night Could be Sour or Happier Than Ever

2022 Grammy Awards: Music’s Biggest Night Could be “Sour” or “Happier Than Ever”

April 1, 2022

On April 3, all the big names in music will come together for the 2022 Grammy Awards.  Some of the musicians will be on the edge of their seats because they might be the winner of music's most prestigious...

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Set It Offs drummer, Maxx Danziger, performs with the band in 2015.  Licensed under Creative Commons courtesy of WordPress.

Set It Off Visits a New World in their Upcoming Album: “Elsewhere”

March 3, 2022

“Skin and bone, vulnerable/ Crack my ribs and make me whole/ Come and breathe the air into my lung/ I just want to be your skeleton..." Does it sound catchy? These lyrics will capture a fan’s...

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A broken heart. In many lives, heartbreak can cause a major impact on our hearts and our social lives. While many may think heartbreak is temporary, it has been known to have scientific effects upon the body.

The Headache Behind Heartbreak: Romantic Rejection and Teen Mental Health

January 27, 2022

Everyone knows the famous scene from Star Wars: Revenge of The Sith when Padme Amidala, the mother of Luke and Leia, tragically died of a broken heart after her husband Anakin went to the Dark Side. So...

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Rising from the ashes of life. (Pictured above) Senior Shree Delwadia is reading an intricate novel, A Shadow Bright and Burning, which features a variety of characters such as sorcerers, magicians, and demons. One of the best scenes from the book included the challenges that Hernietta faced to save her friend, Rook.

Where Magic and History Collide: A Shadow Bright And Burning Review

January 13, 2022

*This article contains spoilers from the novel A Shadow Bright and Burning* The events of A Shadow Bright and Burning cause the main character, Henrietta , to face many obstacles, including the...

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Rising from the ashes of life. (Pictured above) Senior Shree Delwadia is reading an intricate novel, A Shadow Bright and Burning, which features a variety of characters such as sorcerers, magicians, and demons. One of the best scenes from the book included the challenges that Hernietta faced to save her friend, Rook.

[Photo] The Collection’s cutest cafe: Pearl’s Tea Experiences Success During its Recent Opening

October 18, 2021

Rising from the ashes of life. (Pictured above) Senior Shree Delwadia is reading an intricate novel, A Shadow Bright and Burning, which features a variety of characters such as sorcerers, magicians, and...

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A poster for the upcoming 2021 film Marvels Spiderman: No Way Home

New Spider-Man Trailer Swings onto Screens

September 15, 2021

On August 23rd, Marvel fans all over the world squealed when they saw the famous faces of Zendaya and Tom Holland charting number 1 on the YouTube trending page. Sony Pictures Entertainment, in partnership...

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Questions and Answers. In What if...? Marvel asks fans to imagine the lives of their favorite superheroes going in unexpectedly new directions. The fans saw their ideas in the show (sentence in past tense)

Marvel asks “What If…?” in their newest animated series

August 21, 2021

Have you thought about whether there might be an identical copy of you, living another version of your life? And if there was a universe identical to ours, what would you do in order to see it all? That’s...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Leah McGray

Humans of South Forsyth – Leah McGray

May 17, 2021

Social studies teacher Ms. Leah McGray has been a teacher at South Forsyth High School for the past five years. She loves building connections with her students and teachers all around her. Her passion...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Brian Fahey

Humans of South Forsyth – Brian Fahey

April 23, 2021

After teaching at South Forsyth High School for around eight years, Mr. Brian Fahey is known for encouraging and preparing his students to become successful, independent, and engaged citizens during and...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Brian Nelson

Humans of South Forsyth – Brian Nelson

March 19, 2021

Mr. Brian Nelson takes an advantage of his window-view office, watching the sight of South Forsyth High School. He has been there for one year as the ninth grade administrator. He has been in the teaching...

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The Emotional Impact of a Teacher: Julie Hunt Is Celebrated on the Humans of New York Instagram Page

The Emotional Impact of a Teacher: Julie Hunt Is Celebrated on the Humans of New York Instagram Page

March 19, 2021

The threshold of Julie Hunt's classroom separates a home from a hallway. Cozy fragrances dance around the room and dimly lit candles sit on the tabletops. Each day, students enter the class with a smile...

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Humans of South Forsyth - Mark Swanger

Humans of South Forsyth – Mark Swanger

February 17, 2021

Mr. Mark Swanger, the Department Chair of Special Education, has been a staff member at SFHS for the past seven years out of twenty four years of teaching. He lets students come into his office to either...

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Practice makes perfect. South Forsyth performing arts students have worked diligently everyday after school to prepare for their upcoming show, Oklahoma. Each day small groups sing, dance, and run lines, critiquing and perfecting everything before the big day. Daegan Bennet explains how he practices outside of school, I practice whenever I can. I perform in front of my family and friends so they can critique me.

Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin’: South Forsyth’s Performing Arts puts on a production of Oklahoma!

December 14, 2020

On December 17th-20th, 2020, South Forsyth performing arts students are displaying their interpretation of the famous play, Oklahoma! Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein wrote the musical and it takes...

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The importance of awareness. Seizures impact the daily lives of ordinary people throughout the world. Without proper education, people have exposed seizure victims to dangerous risks.

A guide on dealing with seizures

December 4, 2020

It was a sunny Wednesday afternoon when I arrived at my house that day. My nose took notice of a sweet aroma, and I gazed towards a pink box of cookies. Ripping open the box, I grabbed an Oreo cookie and...

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