What to know about the new admin

Jaylin Lopez, editor in chief

February 18, 2020

The new admin is Justina Tibbs. Her hometown is Omaha, Nebraska. She attended Langston University and University of Nebraska at Omaha. She started her education career in 2007 and was started off as a para for about a year and a half...

Young, Gifted, and Black Providing Support to African American Students

Danilla Centeno Zamora, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

Young, Gifted, and Black is a new club at South focusing on the black student community.  The club’s focus is on making students feel safe, encouraging them to ask questions, to help them become more educated and to find greater successful.  ...

Intro to Ed. Teaching Future Teachers

Maria Ramirez Garcia

November 18, 2019

"Ever think about coaching,” Sam Bojanski asked. “What about being a school counselor, social worker, therapist, or parent?”  Bojanski is an adviser for Educators Rising adviser and teaches Introduction to Education ...

Espinosa awarded by The Assistance League of Omaha

Melina Herrera, Assistant editor in chief

November 18, 2019

In addition to her work at Omaha South High Magnet, Mary Espinosa has received an award for her work with the Assistance League of Omaha.  Espinosa is the coordinator for both the Dual Language and the Advanced Placement programs at South, where she has been working for the past six years.   Espinosa was a...

Seasonal Affective Disorder Makes Staff Sad

Danilla Centeno, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder is very common during the winter. The lack of sun may cause people to isolate themselves from their friends and activities they enjoy doing.   SAD is often accompanied by depression, anxiety and even bipolar disorder.   Many people suffer from SAD. Spanish and ESL teacher, Laura Chamb...

Night of frights and delights at south

Terin Frodyma and Melina Herrera

November 4, 2019

Night on L street gave the South Omaha community members a lively and safe environment to trick-or-treat with students and clubs at Omaha South High Magnet.   Over 1000 participants took part in a spooky night filled w...

ACP students explore art

Alexander Ramirez Garcia, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

The Alternative Curriculum Program at South is getting artistic, thanks to Julia Mason.  The Alternative Curriculum Program (ACP) students are participating in an Exploratory Art class to learn about and produce art in its various forms. Mason guides ...

Music studio gives voice to young artists

Alejandro Rodriguez, Staff writer

October 14, 2019

A club that involves English, Art, business and marketing, math, film, and IT. Students may not believe it, but they can find and do these things in one place: Solo 24.  Solo 24 Records, a student music label, is a small, legitimate reco...

Senior fuels passion, finds fulfillment with Ambassadors

Kimberly Rodriguez

September 13, 2019

Brooklynn Cisney loves singing and dancing. It is this love of performing that led her to join the Ambassadors for her senior year.   Even though she has only been an Ambassador for two months, her passion has grown and Cisney enjoys every aspect of the group.  During this ninth period class, students ...

Louder Than a Bomb Brings Home Championship Title

Melina Herrera

May 7, 2019

On April 25th, 2019 Omaha South High's Louder Than a Bomb slam poetry team won the state championship bringing the trophy home for the first time in South's history.  Louder than a bomb beat Omaha Northwest, Duchesne Academy, Gothenburg and Skutt Catholic during finals at the Holland Preforming Center.  “We’re thrilled! We knew we...

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