Jackson’s dice roll: ginger brain, ginger pain

Jackson Lapp, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Being a ginger often comes with many different cultural stereotypes; they are seen as soulless, pasty leprechauns going after the gold of anyone who dares bother them or redheaded stepchildren who can never seem to fit in or belong....

Athletic Alumni: Remembering 2010 Boy’s Bowling

Jack Leach, Sports Editor

December 7, 2017

Filed under Columns, Sports

Friday, December 11, 2009. A day that will never be forgotten throughout South’s history. “The loss was tough to face,” former Cougar Bryan Tomac said. “High school is already hard enough without tragedy slapping...

New board members take on significant role in 202

Lane Abrell, District 202 Superintendent

May 18, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions

As we approach the end the school year, another important part of public schooling has just started. The District 202 Board of Education on May 1, 2017 seated two new members, along with re-seating two incumbent Board members...

Year round schooling establishes success

Emily Gonzalez, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions

South is gearing up for summer vacation, anxiously counting down the last few days until three blissful months of freedom. Most students don’t think about what they lose in these three months, however. A study by Oxford Learning...

Cubby Corner: Who will be the leadoff man?

Ryan Murray, Sports Editor and Online Online EIC

March 22, 2017

Filed under Columns

Spring training 2017 is almost over the Cubs answered the big question of who is going to be the leadoff man. That man is left fielder and power hitter Kyle Schwaber. Now the question is how will Schwaber do in this leadoff spot? Schwaber...

March madness lowers productivity

James Dralle, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions, Sports

March Madness is a time where many basketball lovers sit together with family and friends, while eating wings and watching colleges play for the final spot. This is a common past time in our society, but our beloved entertainment...

March madness benefits basketball teams

Ryan Murray, Online EIC & Sports Editor

March 22, 2017

Filed under Columns, Opinions, Sports

America is in the heart of March Madness with over 70 million brackets filled this month. Yet a lot of people think that the fascination of college basketball predictions is bad. There are many reasons to disagree with the brackets,...

Cubbie Corner

Matt Hehl, Online Editor In Chief

March 22, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Jason Heyward has a .207 batting average. John Lester has a 5.14 ERA. As I type this, the Chicago Cubs are currently 4-10 in Spring Training. Time to panic right? Not at all! From my perspective, you could actually consider it...

In Theo we trust

Matt Hehl, Online Editor in Chief

February 8, 2016

Filed under Columns, Opinions

The Cubs have been huge players in the free-agent market this offseason. With just a few months until spring training, the team has made splashes that have many thinking they will be the favorites to win it all this fall. After...