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Coronavirus Diaries: 3-20-20

Coronavirus Diaries: 3-20-20

Morgan Barnes, News Editor

March 20, 2020

To document this unprecedented, historic time, Eagle Eye staffers and South community members will share their personal reflections. After one week in quarantine, I’ve learned a few things. Mainly how to not go insane. FaceTime has been my savior throughout this week. I’ve been able to talk to ...

A Global Crisis: Attacks on Religious Institutions

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugging comforting a woman after the Christchurch Mosque shootings

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...

Food No More at the School Store

Food No More at the School Store

Molly Buthorn and Kim Goldman

December 5, 2018

It has now been confirmed: the school store at Middletown South will not be selling food during the 2018-19 school year, as it had in the past. The school store is run by the Future Business Leaders of America club (FBLA), an organization at South responsible for running the school store and handling t...

Local School Dance Controversy

Local School Dance Controversy

Kevin Krippa, Co-Features Editor

March 6, 2018

Recently, P.S. 65, a Staten Island elementary school made the decision to cancel its annual Father-Daughter dance. The New York Post broke the story on February 3, with the school citing the NYC Department of Education’s policy meant to “eliminate” any “gender-based practices” unless they ser...

National Letter of Intent – South Signing Day

National Letter of Intent - South Signing Day

November 21, 2017

South Seniors (from left Madison Brand, Matthew Lepine, Joseph Sprake, and Olivia Buthorn) take part in National Letter of Intent signing day on Tuesday, November 15.

NFL ‘Take A Knee’ Controversy Spreads

NFL 'Take A Knee' Controversy Spreads

Nicole Guglielmi, News Editor

October 18, 2017

Outrage over #takeaknee has sparked heated debates

Christie’s Scandalous Situation

Courtesy of Google Images

John Lane, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

It almost seems like a dream. The 2013 NJ election for governor ended in a complete landslide. Chris Christie defeated Barbara Buono in what was not even a remotely close contest. After winning he gave a speech in which he promised to continue to fight for the people, especially those affected by Sandy. Th...

Sophomore Elias Kotsis Brings Home a Basie

The 8th annual Basie Awards Ceremony took place on May 22, 2013 at the Count Basie Theatre. Photo courtesy of Google Images.

Aisha Bhoori, News Editor

June 5, 2013

On Thursday May 22, the Count Basie Theatre held its 8th Annual Basie Awards, the Tony awards for budding high school Broadway stars. Sophomore Elias Kotsis, who was nominated for Best Leading Actor in a Musical, ended up winning the award when he tied with another young actor from Howell High School,...

Musicians Bring Down the House at the EHTC Benefit Concert

Students and their band members performing for the EHTC Benefit Concert. All photos courtesy of Sharon Sangermano.

Dan Corey, News Editor

May 11, 2013

On April 18th, 2013, students of all kinds gathered into the Commons at 7:00 pm to view the finest musical acts our school has to offer. Because so many musicians from other high schools and college wanted to perform at the Benefit Concert, the Eagles Helping the Community (EHTC) club required every act ...

A Preview of South’s Spring Musical, “Cabaret”!

The cast of Cabaret!

Aisha Bhoori, Co-News Editor

April 3, 2013

"Here, life is beautiful; zee girls are beautiful; even zee orchestra is beautiful!" On Thursday March 21 at 7:00 P.M., the cast of Cabaret performed scenes from its upcoming performance at the Middletown Township Public Library. Friends, families, and curious library goers flocked the library's Con...

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