Notre Dame Fire Sparks International Donations Debate

Terin Frodyma, Editor

May 7, 2019

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On April 15th, the world watched in awe as Notre Dame Cathedral went up in flames. Although no cause was identified, the devastation that remains is one that will put a stamp in history. The construction of Note Dame began...

Melina Herrera

May 6, 2019

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The Nebraska College Preparatory Academy program took off in 2006, providing counselors and teachers with resources to give opportunities to talented low-income first-generation students. It began at Grand Island Public High S...

Temporary Protected Status Terminated

Rosy Pocasangre, Editor

April 15, 2019

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Approximately 200,000 people from El Salvador, who have been allowed to work and live in The United States legally since 2001 under Temporary Protected Status, must leave by September 9th 2019 if they are not able to obtain a...

Hall of Fame

January 24, 2019

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On October 6, 2018, a very select group of Omaha South high alumni were recognized by the Alumni Association as they inducted into their alma mater's Hall of Fame. The South High School Hall of Fame class of 2018 included Msgr....

YNA Rocks the Vote at South

January 17, 2019

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Young Nebraskans in Action partnered with Heartland Workers Center of Omaha to host am election at South High School on November 2nd during lunch. The election was held in the Gym Commons where Senior Symposium is typically held. This...

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