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  • My Life on the Road: Book Review

    My Life on the Road: Book Review

    Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

    February 17, 2017

    In the wake of the women’s marches all over the country and the world, there is no more important book to read. Gloria Steinem chronicles her travels across the country as an organizer and advocate for women’s rights. Beginning with her nomadic childhood, her father selling antiques to pay for their... READ MORE »»

  • New Sports Fan

    New Sports Fan

    Sean Cuddihy, News Editor

    February 17, 2017

    As someone who hates sports and has only been to football games for marching band and club fundraisers, I never thought I would find myself at a basketball game. One Friday night, however, I found myself being dragged to the game by peer pressure from my friends. I am not against the school; I just... READ MORE »»

  • A “Super” Comeback

    A “Super” Comeback

    Matt McGrath, Sports Editor

    February 7, 2017

    On Sunday February 5, 2017, the New England Patriots recovered from a 25 point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in Super Bowl LI. Entering the game as three point favorites according to Las Vegas betting odds, the Patriots surrendered three first half touchdowns and found themselves trailing... READ MORE »»

  • Kozak’s Drama Class tries their Hand at Futurism

    Kozak’s Drama Class tries their Hand at Futurism

    Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

    February 3, 2017

    Mr. Kozak's Theatre Ensemble class has been performing their original plays in the style of Neo-Futurism. This was a short-lived artistic movement that erupted after World War II as a reaction to it's rampant destruction and advanced weaponry. Neo-Futurists rejected museum art pieces meant to stand the... READ MORE »»

  • Congratulations South Athletes!

    Congratulations South Athletes!

    February 1, 2017

    South's second signing event took place today Wednesday, February 1, 2017 in South’s iLab. The following students signed with prominent colleges: William Gulick-Football-Monmouth University; Kevin Higgins-Football-Wagner College; Maxx Imsho-Football-Marist College; James McCarthy-Football-... READ MORE »»

    Lindsay Fox

Torres Teaches Beyond Classroom

Torres Teaches Beyond Classroom

Jake Bancala and Sarah Elgrim

Mrs. Torres was crowned teacher of the year for 2016! With fierce dedication and an amazing attitude, she never fails to brighten up the classroom. To get to know her a little...  Read More »

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Kozak’s Drama Class tries their Hand at Futurism

Kozak’s Drama Class tries their Hand at Futurism

February 3, 2017

Forensic Students Visit Monmouth County Correctional Facility

Forensic Students Visit Monmouth County Correctional Facility

February 1, 2017

TED Ed Attends TED Ed Weekend

TED Ed Attends TED Ed Weekend

December 16, 2016

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New Sports Fan

New Sports Fan

Sean Cuddihy, News Editor

As someone who hates sports and has only been to football games for marching band and club fundraisers, I never thought I would find myself at a basketball game. One Friday...  Read More »

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Valentine’s Pay?

Valentine’s Pay?

February 7, 2017

Fake News

Fake News

February 1, 2017

Photo-Controversy

Photo-Controversy

December 21, 2016

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Subterranean South's Literary Magazine

http://pub.lucidpress.com/WinterSub2015/
My Life on the Road: Book Review

My Life on the Road: Book Review

Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

In the wake of the women’s marches all over the country and the world, there is no more important book to read. Gloria Steinem chronicles her travels across the country...  Read More »

Feb 17 • No Comments

Susan Beth Pfeffer: Writer’s Wisdom

Susan Beth Pfeffer: Writer’s Wisdom

February 7, 2017

Souper Bowl Recipes

Souper Bowl Recipes

February 3, 2017

The Truth About Nursing

The Truth About Nursing

January 23, 2017

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So Sad Today: Book Review

So Sad Today: Book Review

Samantha Walla, Editor-in-Chief

Bourne of a funny and sharp Twitter account, Melissa Broder’s collection of essays, So Sad Today deal with sex, anxiety, death, and addiction. In 2012, Broder began an anonymous...  Read More »

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  • The Book Review: Game of Thrones February 1, 2017
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The student news site of Middletown High School South
The student news site of Middletown High School South