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New Wave Nutrition

Eli Thompson, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Located on the corner of Tampa Road and CR 1, New Wave Nutrition is a hotspot for active students in the area. First time visitors get their shake on the house (as long as they are with a returning customer). When it comes time to order, you have to make three choices. Your aloe, which goes in you...

Tips on How to Manage Difficult Classes

Marla Mitchell, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Even students who have good grades have a tough time managing their classes. There is no actual routine on how to make it through high school but here are some tips that can help. 1. Set Goals Planning ahead leads to progression. Each quarter or semester set an achievable goal. Setting a goal wi...

Future of the Ocean

Future of the Ocean

Jacob Costantino and Kalista Photopulos

September 26, 2018


Filed under Features

Kids usually have a dream job; some want to be a pro athlete, some an astronaut, but there are few kids who want to be a marine biologist. Students who are interested in science for the future of the planet’s waters and the animals that live in it are getting their feet wet by learning the basics...

Overcrowded, Overfilled, and Overflowing

Overcrowded, Overfilled, and Overflowing

Lizzy Mason and Elarya Tedres

September 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Busier hallways, longer lunch lines, and classes filled to the brim with students. Every year, new freshmen come to PHU which add to the population of the school and the past couple years there have been more than the previous school years. This year there are almost 750 freshmen when in the p...

Compete with the Heat

Alexis Cesarini and Allyson May

September 24, 2018


Filed under Features

For the country, the heat is coming to an end in the next few months. But for Florida, the summer seems it will be dragging on. One of the ways that the students on this campus cope with the intensity of the heat is to break the dress code. This includes wearing shorts in place of jeans, and substitu...

The Library is Waiting

The Library is Waiting

Justine Nguyen and Madeleine Katz

September 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

There are endless reasons to go to the school library, whether it’s checking out books, printing out papers, or even asking a question. Running a school library is a lot of work, and Mrs. Amy Titus does it all. If you need to check out a book, Mrs.Titus will be there to answer any questions after...

Shoes For Life

Shoes For Life

Matt Blake, Online Editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

As a school and a community, people have banded together to give back to a teacher that has given so much to them. Tom Stephen looks like any normal man, he’s a school teacher, a husband and a daughter of three girls. When he isn’t working at Palm Harbor University High School he enjoys spendi...

2018 Grad Night

Jayla Motko, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Features

This year, seniors went to Universal for their grad night. Around 300 students went and they all bussed there leaving around 3 p.m. Tickets to go were only $50.  It was needed to buy the tickets in advance. At Universal they had full access to the rides and any vendors there. Riley Cox said, “We...

Saving Time

Saving Time

Caitlin Lucas, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Daylight Savings Time is the time change in which the clocks are set a hour forward/ backwards, and the reason for the time change is because of historical significance. Spring forward was created so in the summer, people could make more use of their time. These changes also had to do with early settl...

The Beginning Of PHU

The Beginning Of PHU

Kate Hamric and Kailtyn Pamplona

March 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Over the 22 years of PHU’s presence the school has changed gradually starting with the students and teachers. Multiple teachers that have been teaching here since the opening day are still educating an abundance of hurricane students. From the first graduating class of PHU there is one who former student...

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