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Clinging to the Railing

Clinging to the Railing

Joey Schafer, Content Manager

May 17, 2020

A Press Dispatch From the Wall of the Rink Squeeeeeak. A kid with thick glasses slams into a thick wooden railing on the edge of the roller rink. It is 1982, Time’s Man of the Year is The Computer, E.T. was just released, and most importantly, the Skate Land skating rink has opened in Omaha.  ...

Dance Team Takes on Nationals

Dance Team Takes on Nationals

MacKenzie Wheatley, Junior Reporter

March 17, 2020

Elkhorn South Dance Team traveled to Florida January 29, 2020 for their third year at the UDA dance nationals. ESDT performed their Hip-Hop and Jazz dances at the first round of nationals. They made it through the first round to advance to semifinals in the Small Varsity Jazz category. Then, making it...

Real Kings Fix Each Other’s Crowns

Nora Rai, Reporter

March 17, 2020

The 2020 Mr. Storm competition took place on Wednesday March 4th. Seniors, Josh Oarhe, Josh Bressler, Henry Crocker, Sam Hendricksen, Jack Paradis, and Connor Gress competed for the coveted title of Mr. Storm (and a fully stocked mini fridge).  Junior Mia Jewett and Officer Tony Ramaeker hosted the show, whi...

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...

Tiking Back the Tok

Tiking Back the Tok

Emma LeDent, Web Editor

March 6, 2020

It’s getting to be the end of the quarter. Stress is high and student energy levels are usually at an all time low. However, in one classroom, instead of opening up their books like usual, students are opening up the popular app, TikTok. In AP World History, sophomores are desperate for a little boost in their ...

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Mila Skrivan, Content Editor-In-Chief

February 14, 2020

America has turned politics into a divisive subject once again. People of different political views are no longer able to have civil conversations. Instead people are stooping low and name calling, blaming and showing no respect towards others. Why can’t we all just get along?  As humans, our ...

Coronavirus patients to Ashland: What it means to us as highschoolers

Coronavirus patients to Ashland: What it means to us as highschoolers

Sarah Shatel, Senior Web Editor

February 9, 2020

As Nebraska prepares to house about 70, so many speculations are coming around the controversy of hosting these patients. At first hearing, many people are worried and scared for contamination to spread, however, the whole situation is fairly a mystery to the average person.  According to NET Nebrask...

The Coronavirus: Are we in danger?

The Coronavirus: Are we in danger?

Emma LeDent, Web Editor

January 31, 2020

  It seems that everywhere you look right now, there's a scary headline about the Coronavirus. There's a lot of misinformation running around so let's sort through and separate fact from fiction.   What is the Coronavirus?   Coronaviruses are a family of viruses that are known to cause a range of illnesses. The one...

Storm Sports

Nathan Blusys, Junior Reporter

December 20, 2019

Elkhorn south football has finished the year on a good note with a top 8 class A finish and an overall record of 7-4, with their last win on the season against Kearney.  “The biggest moment of the season was going on the road in the first round of the playoffs and beating a top 10 Kearney team deci...

FCCLA Cookies for COPE

FCCLA Cookies for COPE

Michaela Kilpatrick, Junior Reporter

December 6, 2019

On December 3rd and 5th of this week, FCCLA baked Christmas cookies for COPE’s annual Christmas party. This is a yearly tradition for FCCLA that is highly anticipated throughout the year. Students spend the first day preparing the dough and baking the cookies, and another day decorating them. COPE  is ...

DECA Dodgeball

DECA Dodgeball

Ally Schilmoeller, Senior Design Editor

November 15, 2019

After months of planning and work, DECA hosted its first ever dodgeball tournament this past Wednesday. With eleven teams and 55 participants, the tournament raised $325 for their platform, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, or MDA.  “It took a lot of planning and work with different school depa...

Elkhorn South chooses sophomore Emma LeDent as 2020 HOBY ambassador

Elkhorn South chooses sophomore Emma LeDent as 2020 HOBY ambassador

Kate Aksyonov, Senior Content Editor

November 8, 2019

Emma LeDent is the newest student chosen to represent Elkhorn South at the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) leadership conference. This is the tenth year that ESHS will send a student to this leadership camp that takes place May 29 to 31.   This opportunity has been promoted to sophomores throughout Octo...

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