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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 ...

2017 Trends

2017 Trends

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

T-shirt dresses, velvet, and bell sleeves are so 2016. It’s time for new trends to come in and refresh wardrobes. It seems teens these days are finding new ways to spark new styles. Who needs a belt when a shoelace adds a whole new look to the outfit? As it turns out, shoelaces are not just f...

How hackable are teens?

How hackable are teens?

Alyvia Hallock, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features

Teens may understand how to use Instagram, Snapchat, and how to post the best photos, but not all know how to avoid being hacked. While teens statistically know more about technology they are the most likely to be unsafe on the internet. A study by Pew Research Center and the Berkman Center for Internet...

Floridians Are Getting A Remodel Of Their Identification

Floridians Are Getting A Remodel Of Their Identification

Kate Hamric, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

One of the most important cards that Floridians carry with them recently got a remodel. At the start of August 2017, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DMV) began to release a more intricate and secure card. Many people were not aware of the new update in which has been...

Fear in our nation

Fear in our nation

Michael Santini, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017


Filed under Features

The United States is in hot water. Between divided politicians, terrorism, climate change and the fear of being on the verge of nuclear war. How safe is the country? Over the years, America has not been safe from acts of violence. They can be unprovoked and dangerous. One of these attacks happened la...

The Most Glamorous Run

The Most Glamorous Run

Alexis Cesarini and Emma Behrmann

November 3, 2017


Filed under Features

Just because it’s the 'Glam Run' doesn’t mean walking isn’t allowed. The only rule is to wear pink. On Saturday, October 14, Palm Harbor University’s Center for Wellness and Medical Professions (PHUHS CWMP) Glam Run 5k took place. This race raises money for the medical program at PHUHS and...

Teen Clothing Store is Criticized For Selling Clothes In Smaller Sizes

Teen Clothing Store is Criticized For Selling Clothes In Smaller Sizes

Madeleine Katz, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

The Brandy Melville clothing store is a new hit with teen girls and has 18 stores scattered across California, New York, and Hawaii and an even larger selection in Europe. Girls that don’t live near a store can go to their local Pacsun and find a smaller variety of the Brandy Melville selection. All...

Evacuation Vacation

Evacuation Vacation

Emma Behrmann, Lizzy Mason, and Alexis Cesarini

September 22, 2017


Filed under Features

Evacuate, hunker down, or relocate to a shelter. These were the options people had to choose between as Irma hurdled toward Florida. Hurricanes are very dangerous no matter what category they are. Some people were haunted with panic, others barely glanced at the news. Those who took initiative and...

Palm Harbor University: A Hurricane Shelter

Palm Harbor University: A Hurricane Shelter

Jayla Motko and Alyvia Hallock

September 22, 2017


Filed under Features

Over six police officers at all times, people going to the hospital, pets, and children fearful of what was to come. Hurricane Irma caused all of this to happen at Palm Harbor University. The category 5 storm supposedly coming straight at us, swerved at the last minute thankfully, to become a high...

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