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The Producers!

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Matthew King, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017

The Middletown South spring musical is quickly approaching, and resident musical director, Steven Koumoulis, is excited to present The Producers. Being one of the most challenging musicals performed at South, there is an air of excitement surrounding the production. The plot of, The Producers, revolves...

Torres Teaches Beyond Classroom

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Jake Bancala and Sarah Elgrim

February 7, 2017

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 better, myself and Jake Bancala sat down with Mrs. Torres for an interview, in hopes of giving the students and faculty of South...

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...

Forensic Students Visit Monmouth County Correctional Facility

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Maria Dragone, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017

On December 15th, a small group of South’s forensic students visited the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in Freehold to learn about the daily lives of police officers working in the prison system and their relations to forensics. The group was small, consisting of roughly 15 students, led by ...

TED Ed Attends TED Ed Weekend

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December 16, 2016

On December 3rd, the Ted Ed Club went to the new Ted Headquarters in New York for the first ever Ted Ed Weekend. There they met students from all over the world, watched their talks, and participated in various hands-on media and animation workshops.

Endangered Species 2016: The Good the Bad and the Beautiful

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Luke Adelhoch, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016

We all know 2016 has been a difficult year to say the least, but there’s no excuse for forgetting that this year has been just as difficult for our non-human neighbors. While the year has certainly been rather trying, there has been plenty of good to balance out the bad for both people and animals...

Stuffing, Shopping and Scuba Diving: South Holiday Weekend Recap

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Sophia Sager and Jake Bancala

November 28, 2016

South students spent their long holiday weekend with family, shopping and preparing for the holidays! Shockingly, one student spent part of the weekend scuba diving in the icy Atlantic! Dan Madden, sr. Went to family’s house for Thanksgiving Jonathan Scamardella, jr. I ate a lot of food ...

South Athletes Sign!

South Athletes Sign!

Ayo Oladeji

November 28, 2016

The first signing event took place Wednesday, November 16, 2016 in South’s iLab. The following students signed with prominent colleges.   Students College Sport Haley Dalonzo St. Peter’s University Women’s Basketball Team Sidney Marjamaa Wagner College Women’s...

South Students Make a Splash with Streaming

Allison Straub, Feature Editor

November 1, 2016

It’s Friday night and you’re in the car to visit some relative you barely remember. You go on Snapchat- everyone’s story is about the football game. You go on Twitter- everyone is tweeting how much fun the football game is. You go on Instagram- everyone is posting pictures from the football game...

South Students Explore Literature at the Dodge Poetry Festival

South Students Explore Literature at the Dodge Poetry Festival

Kylie Mandeville, Managing Editor

October 26, 2016

The Eagle Eye, Subterranean, and Theatre Arts Club went to the Dodge Poetry Festival in Newark on October 21st. It is a multiple day festival, though these clubs went on High School Student’s Day. Poets young and old, read their poetry followed by Q&A sessions. Our students had the chance to ask thes...

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