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Adams Family Musical

Cassidy White, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2015

  The spring school musical for 2015 is The Adam’s Family. The iconic and gloomy Wednesday Adams begins to blossom into a girly girl after meeting a boy. Her family disagrees with her change in personality. The auditions for The Adams Family play were on Feb 2 and 4. There are many differen...

FBLA goes to districts and beyond

Haley Pearson, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2015

They tested, they performed, they conquered. Last Friday, FBLA members represented PHU well at SPC’s Seminole campus for their annual district competition, with 17 members total qualifying to attend the State Leadership Conference. Earlier that week on Tuesday, January 27, members took objective...

Got Spanish?

Ryan Thompson, Jr., Staff Reporter

February 17, 2015

The Spanish Honors Society was established by Kathy Michaels, a former ib teacher. This is where many capable Spanish speaking students get to excel in the language and help others with trouble. The society is also run by Spanish teacher Leni Fernandez, who has been teaching Spanish to students for 18...

Amnesty International Club

Jacob Hytner, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2015

Amnesty International is a club for the people around the world to unite and come together to protect human rights. Amnesty international’s featured campaign this year is to stop torture. The campaign is two years going from The Windy City all the way to Nigeria. The club also stays up to date with...

Making an impact through Interact

Anna Hamilton, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2015

-Interact club has been around since the beginning of PHU and has made an impact on the students involved in the club and on the community as a whole. Palm Harbor University was founded in 1996, and along with it came Interact Club - a student organization for volunteering and community work through ...

HOSA competition marked by victory

Paige Livingston, Co-editor in Chief

January 29, 2015

It was seven o’clock in the morning when students were seen gathered at the bus circle Thursday, Jan. 23. Looking well dressed and much more awake and than the typical high school student, they piled into large busses rather than attending first period. Their destination - the 2015 HOSA competition...

GSA spreads the message of NOH8

Dao Trac, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2015

“GSA is a Gay-Straight Alliance but it’s also a club of people where we are working to make sure that everyone feels safe, where we are working to make everyone feel welcome. We’re trying to provide our very best and to give a home here at school - regardless of who they are or what they believe,”...

Creative Writing Club prepares for NaNoWriMo

Dao Trac, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 26, 2014

Every Thursday after school, the Creative Writing Club meets in room 4-118. Mrs. Juergens, the sponsor, quietly fades into her daily after school routine as the meeting starts. The shuffling of feet, the clattering of chairs, and muffled voices reduce to mere whispers. Recently, however, there has...

Have no fear, Peer Connectors are here

Haley Pearson, Joshua Antonio, and Cassidy White

September 2, 2014

How was your first day of high school?  Were you worried that you’d get lost, or that a senior would throw you in a trash can? Peer connectors, a club at PHU, are upperclassmen that serve as role models or mentors to freshmen. They ease the typical nervousness of the incoming freshmen by showing...

11th Annual Countywide GSA Dance

11th Annual Countywide GSA Dance

Dao Trac, Staff Reporter

June 9, 2014

On the 3rd of May, the 11th Annual Countywide GSA Dance was held at the Chapel on the Hill in Seminole. This school function was funded by Pinellas Youth Pride. Pinellas Youth Pride consists of educators, business executives, clergy, a school board member, a certified public accountant, marketing ex...

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