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Math’s best friend

Math’s best friend

Sophia McKinney

November 15, 2019

A malnourished, mange covered and flea infested puppy made her way down West Washington Street near dow...

Humans of Southport

Humans of Southport

November 15, 2019

  "A student was delivering a pass to room 205 and said, ‘Oh no, what happened to Ms. Powell?’ Well, I’m still here, just with a new name. I got married on Oct....

Reaching new heights

Reaching new heights

La’Kenzie Parker

November 15, 2019

The first time he stepped on the stage, junior Jackson Doane felt that he wasn’t as nervous as he should...

His American dream

His American dream

Sophia McKinney

November 15, 2019

Just three months after arriving in America in December of 2016, Mahmoud Saeed applied for a job at McDonald’s...

Creativity within them

Creativity within them

November 7, 2019

For some students, writing is a form of catharsis. For some students, writing unleashes an opportunit...

Spooky strings

Spooky strings

November 6, 2019

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Savannah smiles

Savannah smiles

Elizabeth Valadez

October 4, 2019

“I’ll never forget her smile,” said Jody Matthews, the principal of Homecroft Elementary. The...

Finding his niche

Amanda Husselman and Elizabeth Valadez

October 4, 2019

Because his father works here in the U.S., junior Jatin Kulal decided to move his life here all the way from Canada for better educational opportunities. He found an opportunity like this when he came to SHS and found himself in math teacher Ethan Coffman’s classroom. When Kulal started attending SHS this year, he starte...

Woodward strong

Woodward strong

Amanda Husselman

October 2, 2019

“She was a really motivational person, very upbeat, very positive, so in all aspects of our friend...

The Culver experience

September 30, 2019

As the SHS swim team prepared for a meet against Whiteland, they knew it would be a close one. The co...

The ride of her life

The ride of her life

August 30, 2019

At the young age of 7, senior Isabel Turner found her passion: horses. Since then, others have seen he...

Fresh faces

Daniela Melendez and Elizabeth Valadez

August 30, 2019

Jaclyn Richardson What do you teach? Choir     Why do you do what you do? “It’s kind of cliche. When I was in middle school, actually, I loved my choir teacher. I loved how I felt when I walked in her class. I loved singing. I loved the break that it gave me in the day from the academics, a...

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