USA rises up against natural disasters

Alexis Polizzi, Photography Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under Features, Showcase

The United States and surrounding countries have been hit by numerous natural disasters in the last several months. These tropical storms such as Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Maria are leaving the cities in shambles. Organizations...

BeYOUty: promoting self-love

James Draille, Associate Editor

October 5, 2017

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BeYOUty is a new club at South that promotes self-confidence among the student female population.  The idea centers around positivity and self-assurance, giving students a chance to talk to other females about being confident. Plainfield...

New Changes to PSHS

Emily Sherrill, Business Manager

October 5, 2017

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Every year, students returning to South notice the new changes from the summer. Many hard to ignore upgrades were made to the school over summer break including new computers, stairs, updated math curriculums, and student murals. Rich...

Bass Fishing team participates in tournament with veterans

Caitlin Deerwester, Page Design Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under Features, News

South’s Bass Fishing Team is helping veterans by raising money and hosting tournaments. The team is running a gofundme page in combination with the veteran’s tournament, and they have raised a total of $7,215: $2140.00 in...

Caffeine take-over: is it beneficial or harmful?

Alexis Polizzi, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

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According to USA Today, Starbucks sells roughly four million coffee related beverages every day, and Americans consume around 3.1 kg of coffee per capita. There are roughly 55,426 coffee shops around the U.S. But is caffeine really...

First year teacher aims to help students

River Finnegan, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

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Kelly Baumgartner is a first year math teach and has already left a positive impression on her students by making sure they understand a topic and taking the time to talk to students who need extra help. Brooke Petko, a junior...

Unique senior enrolls in multiple clubs, impacts peers

Hailey Marino, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017

Filed under Features

Plainfield South is home to many unique individuals. Senior Konstantinos Vailieos Dimitroulas, or Ntinos (pronounced like Dino)for short, is one of them. Dimitroulas is involved in many ways at school, including: PSLC, NHS, math...

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