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Reassessing South’s School Lunch Options in an Era of Impossible Meat

Reassessing South's School Lunch Options in an Era of Impossible Meat

Leili Grzybowski, Staff Writer

January 5, 2020

Options of plant-based protein have been becoming increasingly accessible, both in location and price. Plant-based protein involves food engineers using plants to create a food that is similar in taste, smell, look, and feel as meat. Two of the most popular meat substitutes are Impossible Meat and Beyond ...

Eagle Eye Editorial: Welcome, September

Eagle Eye Editorial: Welcome, September

The Editors

September 5, 2019

Today, September 5th, marks the first day of the 2019-2020 school year. Nervous freshmen flood the hallways while seniors brace themselves for what will be the first of many lasts. Juniors prepare for the work-filled year ahead, while sophomores find themselves thrilled to finally no longer be at the ...

South’s Take on “West Side Story”

South's Take on

Jewel Andersen and Miya Goff

June 17, 2019

This year’s spring musical took a breathtaking and innovative spin on the classic show West Side Story. Unlike in the original musical, South’s drama teacher, Mr. Kozak, decided to give every cast member an equal opportunity to showcase their variety of talents by playing multiple characters thro...

Mid-Year Assessments vs. Quarterlies

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Avery Seldin, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

No matter what they are called, nobody is in favor of the tests or projects that conclude each of the year’s four marking periods, as they consume students with stress. However, both formulas have their pros and cons. The question is: which of the two options is the ideal choice? Let’s find out....

Why Photoshopping Needs to Stop

Why Photoshopping Needs to Stop

Claire Blose, Staff Writer

April 13, 2018

It is no secret that technology is a very prominent force in everyday life. From cars to phones, it is difficult to imagine a world where we could not call our parents after soccer practice or our significant others on the way home from work. This constant exposure to technology has created a whole ...

Powerschool: Source of responsibility or stress?

Powerschool: Source of responsibility or stress?

Chase Moran, Senior Reporter

April 13, 2018

Powerschool is a very useful tool for students, teachers, and parents alike. Teachers can keep up on grades actively and relay this information to students without having to return papers and waste class time. Students can keep track of their missing assignments and grades, and parents can do the same. Th...

Justin Timberlake’s “Filthy” Halftime Show

Justin Timberlake's

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...

Why net neutrality is more important than ever

Why net neutrality is more important than ever

Chase Moran, Senior Reporter

December 12, 2017

Today we live in a country where paying for an internet or data bill means you can visit whatever website you want. Whatsapp, Snapchat, Netflix, Spotify, and Gmail are all freely available to anybody on the internet. But what if that wasn’t the case? What if you couldn’t just use whatever apps or...

The Return of the MP3 Player

Are old-school iPods far behind?

Chase Moran, Reporter

November 3, 2017

In the year 2017, the average person prefers to do everything they can on their phone, and listening to music can be one the most important things it's used for. But for those who prefer buying their music over subscribing to a service, it can be hard to store all that music on a phone that also has...

You don’t need an iPhone X

You don't need an iPhone X

Chase Moran, Reporter

October 18, 2017

The iPhone X is the smartphone market’s newest attempt to make phones even more expensive than they ever needed to be. Flagship smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 already sell themselves on being high end devices, and the $700 asking price reflects that. So when Apple announced a new,...

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