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Slam Dunk (Tank) for Relay for Life

Slam Dunk (Tank) for Relay for Life

June 7, 2018

On Wednesday, June 6, students and teachers took their shots to dunk South teachers as a fundraiser for MHSS' Relay for Life event. We caught it all on film!  

Saving a Life

Saving a Life

Nicole Guglielmi, News Editor

April 13, 2018

One person can save eight lives through the donation of their heart, 2 lungs, liver, pancreas, 2 kidneys, and intestines, according to Organdonor.gov.

Women Ready for More than Just the Runway

Women Ready for More than Just the Runway

Eagle Eye Staff

April 13, 2018

Paris Fashion Week 2018 kicked off on February 27th and presented a great deal of cleverly structured and architectural designs. The Daily Beast describes these incredible details as “dressing heroines for battle,” and I couldn't agree more. Designs featured bell sleeves, puffed shoulders, draped capes, an...

Black Panther is Marvel-ous

Black Panther is Marvel-ous

Luke Adelhoch, Entertainment Editor

March 29, 2018

I’ve had a long history with Marvel, especially the current cinematic universe. I saw the first Iron Man in theaters and have seen almost every movie they’ve done since. But with so many movies, there were certainly peaks and valleys in quality. We had duds like Iron Man 2 and Thor: The Dark World...

Pacific Rim Uprising—Rising to the Task

Pacific Rim Uprising—Rising to the Task

Avery Seldin, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

In 2013, Guillermo del Toro graced the world with Pacific Rim, a movie which, at its core was about humans trying to defeat giant monsters (Kaiju) from another dimension by using giant robots. This movie takes place ten years after the end of the first movie. Staring Jake Pentecost, the son of a char...

Justin Timberlake’s “Filthy” Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake’s “Filthy” Halftime Show

Vincent Bufano, Senior Reporter

February 9, 2018

Justin Timberlake headlined the NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show for a second time last Sunday. He is receiving backlash and mixed reviews from critics about his performance. Timberlake seemed to blend in with his numerous backup dancers with a wardrobe that was hideously mismatched, and which had no co...

Local Election Profile

Local Election Profile

Laura Durante, Opinion Editor

December 24, 2017

It is fair to say that in this past November break, most of us spent our time relaxing, hanging out with friends, or maybe even on vacation. But Josie Maguire, a sophomore student here at South, didn't quite have the stereotypical fall-break. In fact, Josie spent her break wrapped up in Middletown’s ow...

South Students Share What Makes their Holidays Happy

South Students Share What Makes their Holidays Happy

Laura Durante, Opinion Editor

December 20, 2017

Everything feels lighter this time of year. Smiles permeate even the grumpiest of students, and all things come peppermint-flavored. The holiday season is upon us. Yet what is it that makes the holidays so happy? For some it’s the Christmas songs that play across every station. For others it’s the ...

Justice League: Rough around the edges, but a step in the right direction

Justice League: Rough around the edges, but a step in the right direction

Avery Seldin, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

After the fantastic DC film, Wonder Woman, many people were eagerly awaiting DC Extended Universe take on the Justice League, myself included. The film, despite having some shortcomings, was very much worth the wait. The story picks up right around where Batman Vs Superman, Dawn of Justice left off. Wi...

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