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Stories from South Forsyth High School
The Dark Side of Black Friday
Opinions

Naisha Roy | December 5, 2019

The line stretches around the block, groups of people elongating it with every passing second. Shoppers anxiously wait, bundled up in heavy coats and scarves, frosty air making a cloud with every breath….

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South Forsyth commemorates the fall of the Berlin Wall
Features

Grace Drawdy | December 5, 2019

Students filled the hallway, ready for another normal week at school. However, they didn’t know the amount of excitement soon to come, all caused by a few boxes. As students entered the Main Hall Atrium,…

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Wreck on Buford Highway leaves two girls injured, arrested driver under influence of drugs
News

Naisha Roy | November 22, 2019

On Friday, November 15th, a car swerved around a school bus and continued on the sidewalk, injuring two young girls that were waiting on the curb as well as an adult. The driver was a 19-year-old Forsyth…

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Vaping

Shree Delwadia | November 19, 2019

The simple consent or thought to vape is all it takes for one to join the thousands in today’s society that are part of an epidemic called vaping. Many people can conclude that the rates of vaping,…

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To all the Netflix movies I’ve watched before
Arts & Entertainment

Maggie Craig | November 7, 2019

Netflix is good for many things such as binge watching and post-breakup comfort, but reflecting the accuracy of high schools isn’t one of them. Jocks shoving nerds into lockers, popular kids stuffing…

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More than just yellow shirts
News

Brantley Jenkins | September 27, 2019

On Tuesday, September 10, 2019, waves of orange and yellow flood the hallways of South Forsyth High School. The students and faculty band together in unity to fight against an illness that targets ecumenically….

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Trends of academic dishonesty in South Forsyth
News

Lauren Holiday | March 20, 2019

It’s been a long, rough year for just about any student who has to multitask their lives. Jobs, family, extracurriculars, and preparing for colleges all alongside having to worry about grades in classes…

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Affecting the masses: South Forsyth families and how they deal with the government shutdown
The Shutdown

Kate Haas | January 28, 2019

Since December 27th, the United States government has been in a government shutdown, leaving thousands of government employees unpaid but still required to go to work. Employees have now missed two paychecks,…

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Rising to the top: Student athlete Makenna Segal
Showcase

Kayleigh Emberton | January 28, 2019

Spectators watch with their breaths held as south slugger Makenna Segal steps up to the plate. The pitcher wipes her forehead and reads the sign from the catcher. She starts to wind up and the ball seems…

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Thanksgiving made easy with Culinary students
Arts & Entertainment

Alyssa Freyman | December 21, 2018

People wake up in the early hours of Nov. 22, preparing for the tolling day ahead of them. They work tirelessly, making sure the perfect Thanksgiving feast is prepared for their family. The turkey, beloved…

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Helping Hands flood Florida
Features

Sierra Wamsley | December 21, 2018

Destruction. As far as the eye can see, trees are down, houses are thrown across the street. Through it all, communities unite, lifting each other up after the category 4 hurricane whipped across the Panhandle.

Within…

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Reflecting on the California wildfire crisis
California Fires

Shreya Mishra | December 19, 2018

He feels a peculiar smell tingle his senses, and he remains confused for a few moments. However, he remembers the conversations he had a few hours back, and he is instantly nervous. He quickly jumps upon…

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