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Students Showcase Their Skills in the Spring Musical

Emmalina Sjapeki, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

It seems that the theater department's attempt to hypnotize South Lakes into attending their spring production of "Crazy for You" via the morning announcements was a success. From April 28th to April 31st,...

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The Best Books I Read in 2021

Emmalina Sjapeki, Staff Writer February 10, 2022

Like many others during the pandemic, I was left with a lot of time on my hands once SLHS transitioned to virtual school and the rest of the world locked down. As most did in my generation, I turned to...

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The Magic that is Tame Impala

Chloe Baker, Co Student Life Editor December 13, 2021

Each year when December rolls around, avid music listeners eagerly await the reveal of their “Spotify Wrapped”, and “Apple Music Replay”. Both of these well known streaming services keep track...

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We tried Schoology. Students and teachers want Google Classroom back.

Emmalina Sjapeki, Staff Writer December 9, 2021

Students and teachers have had to deal with many unprecedented changes since returning to school this year. One of the major differences of the 2021-22 school year is the transition from Google Classroom...

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The House of Gucci premieres on the silver screen

Dania Hernandez, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

The House of Gucci film will premiere on November 24th, 2021, and will be released in theaters and available to stream on Paramount+. The flim is based on the murder of Maurizio Gucci, who is the grandson...

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Red (Taylor’s Version) Album Review (Chloe’s Version)

Chloe Baker, Co Student Life Editor November 22, 2021

“Red”, a Taylor Swift classic originally released in 2012. The new version consists of 30 tracks and one “Message from Taylor”. After a dispute between Swift and Scooter Braun, of Big Machine Records,...

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10 Perfect Winter Reads

Amany Nassar, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

As we get closer to winter and the temperature continues to drop, there’s nothing like sitting by the fireplace with a good book in hand. Here are 10 perfect winter reads to cozy up with:  Lovely...

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Cicada – Student EP Release

Camilla Wynes, Co-Student Life Editor November 12, 2021

Laying awake on those summer nights, listening to cicadas chirp their hearts away and being free of those painful school obligations. Akira, also known as South Lakes student Ayala Albert channels this...

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New Vincent Van Gogh Exhibit Opens in Washington D.C

Sophia Paradowski, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

An immersive Vincent Van Gogh exhibit has come to Rhode Island Center in Washington D.C. and tickets are on sale now. All ages are welcome Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10 AM to 9 PM,...

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What Concerts are Like During Covid-19

Chloe Baker, Co Student Life Editor October 6, 2021

In my life so far, I have been to over 30 concerts. I jump at every opportunity to see artists and bands I like in the flesh. I truly cherish a good show by a great artist. When the shutdown happened and...

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