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Elkhorn South Volleyball Still Serving up it’s Best Amid Coronavirus Closures

Elkhorn South Volleyball Still Serving up it’s Best Amid Coronavirus Closures

Maddie Henry, Journalism Student

April 25, 2020

All players of the Elkhorn South volleyball program have received communication giving them a team, ranging from freshman to senior, groups are picked at random. The teams are then given tasks to complete where they will submit video evidence of the task being done. Some have even earned additional poi...

On Defense

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

March 17, 2020

A list of survival tips: Never squirm if you’re in quicksand. Always say no to strangers in white minivans offering candy. Don’t shower during a thunderstorm. Avoid whirlpools. Get under a desk during an earthquake. All good knowledge to have in a world of worst-case scenarios, but impractical personal...

Senior-night success for the Storm

Seniors Nick Groth, DJ Schuman, and Noah White pose in their white uniforms.

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

February 7, 2020

At their last home competition of the season, Storm wrestling celebrated their seniors on Tuesday, February 4th, with a win against Elkhorn High. The team finished the duel in 30 minutes with a decisive 55-24 victory for Elkhorn South on the team’s senior night.    Seniors Nick Groth, DJ Sch...

Dominating DECA

Elkhorn South students pose with awards from DECA Metros, held at Millard South on Jan. 16.

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

January 24, 2020

Saturday, January 16th, 11 students from Elkhorn South’s DECA chapter attended metros for their first competition of the year.   DECA, sponsored by Ramsey Dolesh, is a student activity that focuses on preparing students to excel in marketing and business.     As one of the big...

Fostering Hutch

Fostering Hutch

Mila Skrivan, Content Editor-In-Chief

December 13, 2019

This past week my family made the decision to foster a 6 month old poodle for the next 18 months. This next year we will be training him to be a service dog through an organization in Lincoln, Domesti-PUPS.  It is an amazing organization with a wonderful mission, “Our mission is to improve the quality of ...

Surviving finals week:

Surviving finals week:

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

December 10, 2019

As one TikTok put it, the few weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas break are like the super fast music on the last lap of Mario Kart: pure chaos. At this point in approaching the end of semester, students are too busy rushing to finish those giant projects assigned in every class that they have n...

10/10 Would Recommend

10/10 Would Recommend

Emma LeDent, Web Editor

November 8, 2019

Television is a huge part of almost  everyone American’s life. From hospital dramas to crime shows, there are so many programs out there that it’s hard to navigate through the masses. Bingeing shows for hours is a common weekend activity, but what shows have everyone’s attention right now?    ...

Elkhorn South hits hard as they hit the road

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Cambri Rolfes, Design Editor-In-Chief

November 4, 2019

    Elkhorn South Upsets Kearney in Class A Playoff Opener Elkhorn South varsity football upheld tradition as they brought back a win from Kearney on November 1, paving their way to the second round of Class A playoffs.  “ For the second year in a row, we're the only Class A team to win on t...

Sorry, I can’t

May 13, 2019

I confess, I am one of those individuals who hold my breath every time I get a text message. “Please don’t be important, please don’t be important,” I repeat to myself as I flip my phone to see the screen. On the off chance that it’s just a message, I do my own little happy dance and will mo...

A future full of faith

A future full of faith

May 13, 2019

Neither a two year, a four year, a private, public, nor an online university makes the cut. “American Idol” or “The Voice” will never do. Senior Cassie Wilson dreams of writing, producing, and performing her own music. Her way of doing that means taking an alternative route to her future. But instea...

Dance Dedication

Ashley Wyzinski, reporter

December 19, 2018

   As life and school can be stressful, people need a way to escape from all of it. One way some of the  students at Elkhorn South do that is by dancing. Nebraska dance is where seniors Meg Nielsen, Reise Thomsen, and junior Lily McKenzie have danced for the majority of their lives. Nebraska Dance ...

Lending a voice

Lending a voice

Lincoln Parks, Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2018

Today’s political climate is incredibly charged, with divisive opinions widening the gap between demographics. This harsh environment has begun to inspire a new generation to participate in politics, and motivated kids to be the change they wish to see in society. This drive to make a difference was...

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