Should there be required PPE for shoppers?
Jack Kielmeyer May 19, 2020

 Across the nation, stores like Costco and Menards are making the right choice by requiring shoppers to wear a mask or some level of personal protective equipment, PPE for short, in hopes of helping to slow the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Essential businesses such as grocery stores are at high risk for COVID-19 transmission. On April 3, 2020 the Center for Disease Control, CDC, issued a statement...

Protestors rally against stay-at-home orders across the country
Nathan Gibbs May 19, 2020

While healthcare workers around the country risk their lives each day to rescue our country’s most vulnerable from the pandemic that has transformed our world, conservative Americans across the United States have spent their time threatening government officials and risking the lives of everyone around them so they can exercise their right to a haircut. In the last few weeks, states like California...

South staff tries to preserve senior’s last memories
Nathan Gibbs May 19, 2020

Despite the country and many parts of the world practicing isolation to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, South students and faculty are focused on finding ways to celebrate senior accomplishments while complying with Ohio’s stay-at-home order. The remainder of South’s 2020 school was cancelled and replaced with extended remote learning. The senior Cedar Point trip, prom, the spring...

Student led walk out with 200 participants. Photo courtesy of Chloe Carnes
Students walk out of class to protest
Tracy Dentu, Reporter • May 7, 2021

 Westerville South students protested against the injustice they see in their community by participating in a walkout which was held on April,...

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