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Super Tuesday 2020: a World of Competition and Unexpected Results

Super Tuesday 2020: a World of Competition and Unexpected Results

Mary McIlvain, Managing Editor

March 6, 2020

With the 2020 presidential election in a matter of months, much of the United States has been keeping a close eye on the nation’s current political landscape. Super Tuesday, which fell on March 3, delivered results that were likely surprising to anyone who closely followed the Democratic candidates'...

JBJ Soul Kitchen’s Festive Outreach at South

JBJ Soul Kitchen’s Festive Outreach at South

Mary McIlvain, Managing Editor

March 1, 2020

Jon Bon Jovi is renowned across the country for his successful career in the music industry; however, locally, he is also well-known for creating JBJ Soul Kitchen, a community outreach program that provides meals for those who can otherwise not afford it. JBJ Soul Kitchen has multiple locations, including...

Media Center Brings Coding to South

Media Center Brings Coding to South

Nicole Guglielmi, Editor-in-chief

December 23, 2019

     Starting out in the fall of 2017 as South’s very own media specialist, Ms. Nagy has drastically transformed the ways in which MHSS students interact with the media center and all it has to offer. As there has been a global shift that has beget a generation of near-native technology users, t...

MHSS Thanksgiving Pep Rally

December 17, 2019

On November 27th, South hosted its annual Thanksgiving pep rally. Students gathered around to celebrate as the band, cheerleaders, and gymnasts performed for the student body.  

The Eagle Eye’s First Annual Costume Contest

The Eagle Eye’s First Annual Costume Contest

Eagle Eye Editors

October 22, 2019

The Eagle Eye presents   The Eagle Eye's First Annual Costume Contest                  Come join The Eagle Eye's Halloween Costume Contest on October 31st during Block 4 in the Boys Gym. This year, it’s completely free to dress up for Halloween for all grades. And for those who participate in the free ...

Climate Activists Take on NYC

Climate Activists Take on NYC

Morgan Barnes, News Editor

September 20, 2019

With climate change on the rise and on the minds of many, people around the world have taken action toward fighting what some say is a real crisis for our environment. Greta Thunberg, a sixteen-year-old environmental activist, is leading a strike this Friday, September 20 in New York City’s Foley S...

A Global Crisis: Attacks on Religious Institutions

A Global Crisis: Attacks on Religious Institutions

Mary McIlvain, Managing Editor

May 9, 2019

The Price of Hatred In recent global news, violence targeted at religious groups has escalated at an alarming rate. Places of worship are being targeted--from bombings to mass shootings--by perpetrators fueled by hatred. This radical behavior is not directed solely at one group. Rather, it’s happen...

Sushi Comes to South

Sushi Comes to South

Nicole Guglielmi, Editor in Chief

March 19, 2019

This upcoming Wednesday, March 20th, South students will be greeted with a brand-new item on the menu: sushi. Now, every Wednesday, students will have the opportunity to dine and enjoy the seafood here at South.   Partnering with local restaurant, Matata Asian Cuisine, the school will receive these new menu...

Senior Flex: Everything You Need to Know

Nicole Guglielmi, Editor in Chief

March 1, 2019

Recently, current Middletown High School South juniors gathered together in the gym in anticipation of a presentation that would soon offer a unique senior year class set-up, one that has never been offered to MHSS students. This newly established program was introduced as Senior Flex, and provoked major ...

Joanne Deignan Named Teacher of the Year

Joanne Deignan Named Teacher of the Year

Cassidy Cimino, Senior Writer

January 30, 2019

There is a great deal of admiration for mathematics teacher Joanne Deignan here at Middletown High School South--so much so that she has been named Teacher of the Year. “I have had Mrs. Deignan for two years and everyday I go into class excited to learn. She makes lessons fun and easy to understand, as ...

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