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Val-O-Grams for sale

Val-O-Grams for sale

Ryan Thompson, Editor-in-Chief

February 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

The Winter guard is selling Val-O-Grams just in time for the Valentine's season. It is time to get that lovely gift or treat your partner has been talking about. The Val-O-Grams are going to be sold in the courtyard at both lunches. This will last from February 5 until the day before Valentine’s,...

Palm Harbor Parade

Palm Harbor Parade

Kate Hamric and Bella Yacoviello

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

There are 64,301 residents in the city of Palm Harbor and all of them are invited for a day full of Christmas spirit. The Palm Harbor Christmas parade took place on Saturday, Dec 16. Many groups were invited to perform and walk in the parade, including the PHUHS marching band. Saxophone player...

Unique College Essays Get Students Into Ivy League Colleges

Madeleine Katz, Staff Reporter

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features

Everyone loves Papa Johns pizza but who knew a girl who wrote about her love for it for her college essay would get her into Yale University? When it comes to applying to colleges, an important part of the process is writing a memorable essay. Many students’ unique essays are getting them into the colle...

What’s for Lunch?

Andy Blair and Jayla Motko

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Multimedia

Lunch is one of the most anticipated periods of the day for many students at school. Students have a lot of freedom during lunch. They are able to socialize with friends and take a break from the stressful school day, or they can choose to do homework due the next period and study for that pop quiz they...

More Than Just a Math Teacher

Camilo Fonseca, Kaitlyn Kuzianik, and Rachel Lenett

January 9, 2018


Filed under Features

To be an IB student at Palm Harbor and not be familiar with Christine Brzycki is like being a Floridian unfamiliar with the concept of the sun. Amongst IB sophomores, her spirit is omnipresent; and yet, there is much more to Mrs. Brzycki than meets the eye.   As a teacher for the vast majority...

Exams call for studying

Kaitlyn Pamplona, Alyvia Hallock, and Jayla Motko

January 9, 2018


Filed under Features

Exam week is just around the corner and students are rushing to meet up with friends to study, get help from a teacher, play a kahoot, or even just wait last minute to cram all the information the night before the exam. Some teachers do their best to help students review during class and by giving them ...

Wrap It Up

Alexis Cesarini, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2018


Filed under Features

To some people, wrapping presents is the highlight of their holiday. But to others, it's just the dreaded part that comes along with giving gifts. And a pretty paper bag just is not the same.   There are now many stores that offer to wrap the items for the consumer in order to save time. Some...

Christmas season lights up Pinellas County

Christmas season lights up Pinellas County

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

December 21, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Christmas countdown: less than a week. With Dec 25 around the corner, and exams filling up everyone’s schedule, it may be difficult to get into the Christmas spirit. However, there’s nothing some Christmas lights can’t fix. There are several places in Pinellas County that students can visit...

From Policemen to Ordinary Men

From Policemen to Ordinary Men

Sydney Goodfield and Sierrah Snook

December 11, 2017


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

The transition from kicking doors down in a drug bust to teaching children how to swing a bat, or arresting felons in the dead of night to fixing a Lexus can not be an easy change to make to one’s life. However, this is the shift that Kenny Burroughs and Mitch Smith have both undergone. Burroug...

The Road Less Travelled

The Road Less Travelled

Anna Dahl and Sophia Laney

December 11, 2017


Filed under Features

The excited hum of the audience gradually fades to silence as the soft lights illuminating the auditorium melt to darkness. The absence of noise is instantly replaced with a tangible anticipation. The crowd holds its breath. Waits. Stage lights slice through the black. Senior year is a time where ...

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