Athletics program named best in Massachusetts

By Alex Gershanov | Published: September 2009
Over the summer, Sports Illustrated crowned South's athletic program as the best program in the state. This came as a surprise to many students who did not consider South to be a significant athletic powerhouse.

Return of H1N1 cases anticipated

By Alex Gershanov | Published: September 2009
The H1N1 virus, more commonly referred to as “Swine Flu, may return in coming months with a vengeance. But despite public rumors, there have been no reported cases of H1N1 flu at South yet this year.

Day of Silence raises awareness

By Judy Cohens | Published: May 2009
Approximately 110 students took a vow of silence during the sixth annual Day of Silence on April 25. 35 of the 110 students participated as speaking allies, people who showed support by wearing stickers instead of remaining silent for the day.

Freshmen prepare for year-end cruise

By Ariel Rivkin | Published: May 2009
The month of May brings excitement, warm weather, and anticipation for the end of the year Freshman Cruise event on May 15.

South remembers two school figures

By Volume 49 Senior Editors | Published: May 2009
Two former South faculty members past away recently. Thomas DePeter died Wednesday, May 6. For 35 years, he was a distinguished teacher of English and Theatre and coached outstanding North lacrosse teams. DePeter was most recently on the South faculty, teaching English as well as coaching the South lacrosse team.

Green line collision causes worry

By Volume 49 Senior Editors | Published: May 2009
After nearly a year of the MBTA crash near Woodland Station, two Green Line trains collided between Government Center and Park Street Stations on May 8. As one train stopped at a traffic signal at 7:18 pm, the driver of the second train rear-ended the first, causing both to derail.

Ligerbots crank way to champions

By Chris Erspamer | Published: April 2009
The Newton North-South Robotics Team, the Ligerbots, placed 13th out of 60 at the Connecticut Regionals, which took place from March 25 to 27. The Ligerbots also won the Rookie Inspiration Award for effort and the Rookie High Seed Award, which they previously won at the Boston Regional earlier this year.

South places fourth at Olympiad

By Ariel Rivkin | Published: March 2009
South's Science Team placed fourth out of 36 teams at the Massachusetts Science Olympiad at Framingham State College on March 21.

2 hour delay today

By Denebola | Published: January 2009
There's a 2 hour delay today.

End of year schedules now online

By Denebola | Published: May 2008
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