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Sweatshirts for a Cause

Sweatshirts for a Cause

Kennedy Lawrence, Reporter May 12, 2022

Between 1999 to 2019 the rates of suicide amongst all ages have increased by a shocking 33%. While this statistic may seem incredibly alarming, it sadly only worsens when looking at the percentages amongst...

Students of Color Alliance Host Clothing Drive for Afghan Refugees

Students of Color Alliance Host Clothing Drive for Afghan Refugees

Nora Rai, Content Editor December 21, 2021

With a strew of natural disasters, a rise in Covid-19 cases, and most recently the Taliban takeover, millions of Afghans have fled the country in search of refuge. In 2021 alone, an approximated 50,000...

Elkhorn South Dance Team Takes on Their First Competition of the Season

Elkhorn South Dance Team Takes on Their First Competition of the Season

Ella Pollard, Reporter December 14, 2021

Over the past weekend, the Elkhorn South Dance Team took home second place in Class A Pom, as well as third place in Class A Jazz in their first competition this season. The competition, otherwise known...

In with the New

In with the New

Lexi Axiotes, Reporter October 26, 2021

“Let’s be real, Mrs. Fauss was terrible,” former librarian and current business teacher Mrs. Jessica Fauss said. For new Elkhorn South librarian, Mrs. Kelsey Orr-Stevinson, her predecessor...

The Secret is in the Sweets

The Secret is in the Sweets

Chloe Gregg, Social Media Editor November 6, 2020

Located in Hatboro, Pennsylvania - a family owned bakery, Lochel’s, has become a phenomenon throughout the nation, due to its annual election “cookie poll.” Over the past four election cycles,...

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

A Golden Game for a Golden Girl

Anna Campbell, Reporter October 22, 2020

On this crisp September night, excitement was murmuring through the stands. The Friday night lights are finally back in session as the student section seniors finally returned to the stands.  The September...

Homecoming looks different here…

Kate Shatel, Editor in Chief October 5, 2020

 2020 has thrown countless curveballs at everyone this year which is why there was no surprise our annual homecoming dance at Elkhorn South had to be cancelled. This announcement was heartbreaking for...

Return of the Cell

Return of the Cell

Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief September 28, 2020

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 the Storm volleyball team took on Westside in a match that ended 3-0. The game was not too much out of the ordinary, as the varsity team took the win with a clean, fast sweep....

Clothes that Pop!

Ellie Adamson, Design Editor September 14, 2020

Katie Galligan is all too familiar with the sound of her sewing machine whirring along as her mind comes up with creative idea after creative idea. The junior at Elkhorn South runs her own business...

Swoosh to Splash: How Switching Up Sports Led to Huge Success

Swoosh to Splash: How Switching Up Sports Led to Huge Success

Emma Morris, Journalism Student May 14, 2020

Bounce, bounce, bounce. The ever-constant pattern of a basketball bouncing was all too familiar to Emily Sutter.  It was going to be Sutter’s 11th basketball season. However, something was different...

Football in a time of Quarantine

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter April 21, 2020

Football is a national obsession in America and for obvious reasons. People love the stadium atmosphere, taking pride in being apart of a fanbase, and the American values that are expressed through this...

Home of Grace

Home of Grace

Michaela Kilpatrick March 17, 2020

A lot of us grew up thinking of orphanages as something from a fairytale, like in the musical Annie, or in some of the books we have read. We rarely stop to think about the reality of orphanages in helping...

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