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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Five Steps for a Sick Day at Home

By Jake Raphael Even though teachers may believe that a Friday absence means a weekend in Paris or that a Monday absence means skipping a test, sometimes students may actually be sick. Having missed prolonged periods of time due to illness throughout my years at

Schiereck Appointed New Dean of Students

By Shin Park For the past six years, she saw Monday morning sun rays dip into the windows in front of the double doors that open to the east gymnasium. During first period, she saw students running up and down the gym floors, arms stretching

South Welcomes New Science Department Chair

By Elana Amir and Jake Raphael Since Mr. Bradley Krauz left his position as Science Department Head last summer, the office has been empty as the district searched for his replacement. Now there is someone new at the desk, Mr. Michael DiPasquale. Mr. DiPasquale is

The Rich History of South’s Estate

By Nate Cohen How did Great Neck South become Great Neck South? While to many students this question sounds silly, it is an important one to examine. During the rush and bustle of school, it can feel like Great Neck South has always been here

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Ethan Wang Named Regeneron Scholar

By David Wang Ethan Wang is no stranger to cancer. When his great-aunt battled colon (colorectal) cancer, he remembered how horrifying the experience was—needing to buy expensive medicines from foreign countries, watching hair fall out, and seeing a bedridden loved one suffer, drained of energy.

Die Fledermaus Flies into South

By Joyce Ann Lee Strolling down Middle Neck Road, you are  greeted by numerous restaurants, cafes, and dessert bars. While there are unique establishments  specializing in cuisines such as Chinese and Peruvian, up until late January, Great Neck was missing one thing: a vegan restaurant.

Romaine Calm, Zen Garden is Open

By Rachel Tair Strolling down Middle Neck Road, you are  greeted by numerous restaurants, cafes, and dessert bars. While there are unique establishments  specializing in cuisines such as Chinese and Peruvian, up until late January, Great Neck was missing one thing: a vegan restaurant. Veganism,