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A Letter to Upcoming Juniors

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter May 24, 2022

Dear Upcoming Juniors, Buckle your seatbelts because you are about to enter one heck of a year. Junior year is filled with trials, testing knowledge, and learning patience. You're not underclassmen...

Summer Sunset Watching

Summer Sunset Watching

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter May 24, 2022

With the summer running at us at high speeds, take advantage of the beautiful nights to go watch the sunset and stars. Throughout the summer there will be multiple nights filled with extraordinary events...

The Utter Enigma that is Nicholas Cage

Emma LeDent, Web Editor May 20, 2022

Like any other sane person, I spend a perfectly healthy amount of time a day thinking about Nicholas Cage. To me, there’s no other actor that lives up to the man’s infamy. His filmography spans a wide...

What I Have Learned

Grace Farkas, Reporter May 12, 2022

As Summer break rapidly approaches, I feel like it can’t get here soon enough. Although I am so excited to move on from high school and see what else the future holds, I can’t help but look back...

Super Bowl Insanity

Kate Shatel, Reporter March 2, 2022

The craziness surrounding Super Bowl Sunday is infamous for being annual and unavoidable. Each year, one family out of every group of friends, hosts a party to watch the Super Bowl. My family happens to...

The Disease Called Perfectionism

The Disease Called Perfectionism

Ashley Dorius , Journalism Student December 21, 2021

Dear Reader, As I look around the halls of our dear Elkhorn South High School, I can’t help but notice a very acute portion of the student body is affected by the same slightly toxic disease. Its...

f(RAT) House

f(RAT) House

Emma LeDent, Web Editor December 19, 2021

American media depicting the college experience is filled with the seemingly glamorous lifestyle of greek life. The reality? Not as attractive as it may seem. Pulling the curtain back reveals the dark...

Loner

Loner

Emma LeDent, Web Editor December 19, 2021

My whole life I’ve been alone. All through primary school they said I was a disruption: I knew every answer to every question, I would be finishing the assignment as the class was just starting it, I...

Letter to One Hell of a High School

Letter to One Hell of a High School

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter December 17, 2021

Dear Students of Elkhorn South,   Wouldn’t you say our time in high school has been beyond compare? Whenever my parents talk about their experiences in high school they all seem like the typical...

American Nightmare

American Nightmare

Sophie St. Amour, Reporter December 17, 2021

The American dream; having all the money one could ever want and always on the go. There seems to never be a moment of stasis when one’s lifestyle amounts to this never ending cycle of work, sleep, repeat....

Christmas Card Craziness

Christmas Card Craziness

Kate Shatel, Reporter December 15, 2021

If your mom seems to have lost all of her composure during the month of December, it is definitely because of the annual Family Christmas Card. All moms are notorious for putting most of their time and...

Catastrophic Cold

Catastrophic Cold

Kate Shatel, Reporter December 3, 2021

Last year’s school year was filled with COVID and quarantining, and this year’s is full of… little colds? In each of my seven classes throughout the day, there is at least one person’s immune system...

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