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 wit...

Students discover new hobbies during quarantine

Andrew Speicher

May 19, 2020

For some people, this time off during quarantine will be a much needed break, however, a lot of people are left wondering how to occupy their time. Math teacher Stephen Quelette conducted a survey for his classes to fil...

Ace week

Fiona Thomas

November 14, 2019

As a sexual orientation, asexuality is often considered the invisible orientation. In order to raise awareness of asexuality, asexuals celebrated Ace week, Oct. 20 - Oct. 26 this year. Asexuality is the lack of sexual attractio...

Knee Replacement Brief

Andrew Speicher

November 7, 2019

On October 25th, students from advanced science classes attended a livestream of a knee replacement surgery in the iStudio, which was broadcasted by Mount Carmel.  Students were encouraged to ask questions to the medical staff...

Brayden White looking to complete a pass downfield.

Sibling Rivalry

November 6, 2019

DIY Halloween costumes made easy

Andrew Speicher

October 30, 2019

As the years go by, the days of Mom or Dad purchasing a Halloween costume for their child come to a halt. Through teenage years and into adult years, people’s schedules get busy and budgets don’t allow for the purchase of a pre...

South theatre troupe premieres fall musical

Nathan Gibbs

October 24, 2019

On Oct. 11, Westerville South’s theatre troupe put on their production of Freaky Friday, a show based on the Disney Channel movie of the same name. The play featured Sophia Shai playing the role of rebellious teenager Elli...


Fiona Thomas, Reporter/Illustrator

October 3, 2019

Talking bubbled all around as the students waited in the commons for the doors to open. As soon as they did, the crowd hustled forward into the dark gymnasium. Music played as the students fanned out into the gym. This was the ...

South preparing for the ACT

Katelin Schweitzer

October 1, 2019

“That’s the hardest part, I think all kids have, is the timing,” Jennifer Stovall, guidance counselor at Westerville South, stated. According to Stovall, time is what makes the ACT, and SAT different from any other test. ...

College athletes need key characteristics for success

Jack Kielmeyer, Photo Manager/Reporter

September 30, 2019

“Only one in 52 student athletes go to an NCAA Division one school,” according to the website Nate Stadler, a former swimmer at Westerville South was one of these 52 people. He is now a member of the Fl...

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