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Promposals 2017

Promposals 2017

May 5, 2017

Retiring teachers

Hannah Esker, Features Editor

May 5, 2017

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Slowly but surely, every person gets there. You go to college and get a degree. You find a job. You work year after year, and then all of the sudden, you’ve made it--retirement. As this school year draws to a close, three ...

People of South: Arya Vaid

Brynn Jackson, Features Writer

May 5, 2017

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If you told your average teenage boy that he could be paid to sit down and play videogames everyday, he might think he was dreaming. But not every average teenager can break world records with their refined video-gaming skills. Fo...

German exchange

German exchange

May 5, 2017

PBS going to be hit by Trump’s train?

Emma Gottfried, News Writer

May 5, 2017

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This story was brought to you by the number 47 and the letter Y. PBS has been on the air for 47 years, but now President Trump is trying to get a publicly funded station removed. Why? PBS gave you the shows like Sesame St...

Jonathan Burt: The Man Behind the Voice of Parkway South

Brynn Jackson, Features Writer

February 3, 2017

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Auditions were held this year for a new student to hold the position as the afternoon announcer: they were looking to add personality and energy into the delivery. “When Mr. Hachmeister came over the intercom one day recruitin...

Roasting

Coryan Rhodes, Features Writer

February 3, 2017

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According to many students, roasting is an upcoming trend. Some students roast others on a daily basis. There are up incoming roasting Tv shows that roast celebrities and famous figures. While some see roasting as mean, Senior De...

Teacher of the Year

Emma Gottfried, News Writer

February 3, 2017

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“‘Who’s excited to learn something new?’” says math teacher Jason Koehrer before every lesson. Senior Samantha Su says this is what she loves most about him. “He engages his students and he does his best to...

Dakota Access Pipeline

Alec Gardner, News Writer

February 3, 2017

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The Dakota Access Pipeline is an 1,172-mile-long pipeline made to transport crude oil from Stanley, North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois. It is operated on by Dakota Access Pipeline, LLC, and once completed will be operated by Sunoco Logi...

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