Great Neck South Internship Program: A Way to be Productive with your Time

By Hannah Weinberger Tucked away in the downstairs math hall, Ms. Kinsey carefully pairs students with internship programs specific to their interests. These school-credit internships are open to all tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade students. Whether helping others with homework at COPAY or observing veterinarians perform surgeries on puppies, students can gain experience in their[…]


Students Sample Sweets at Brooklyn’s Dessert Goals

By Lauren Reiss Plastic donuts and ice cream cones and a block-long line of people (hungry for both dessert and an Instagram) occupied Dobbin Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn during the last weekend in March. When the people finally made their way inside, balloons that read “Dessert Goals” greeted them. Each guest could snap a quick-pic[…]

Peter Lundine gives a moving performance as he projects his lines to the intimate crowd surrounding him.

Laramie Project’s Cycle Delivers Important Message To South Students About Acceptance

By Celine Macura The Orlando shooting this past June at Pulse, a gay nightclub, left 43 dead and 53 injured. For many Americans, it was a heart-wrenching tragedy that highlighted the atrocities of terrorism, but for Theatre South Director Mr. Thomas Marr, it was more than just a hate crime. At the time of the[…]

Prisamt the sailor man— Senior josh Prisamt (second from left) hangs overboard while sailing. Prisamt hopes to someday compete in the Olympics. Photos reproduced by permission of Josh Prisamt

Senior’s Sailing Olympic Fantasea May Just Become A Reality

By Gabe Lefkowitz The captain faced the bow. As his forty-seven-foot boat raced around Long Island, he could feel the weight of the trophy in his hands. At last, his boat glided through the finish line: first place. For a fifteen-year-old racing against adults, the victory was momentous. Josh Prisamt’s sailng career started long before[…]