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A sticky situation

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


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It's stretchy, it's colorful, and it's taking over. Slime is all the craze nowadays. With dozens of recipes and an infinite ways to customize it, it's no wonder why the gooey substance is popular. It started with the basic borax and glue mixture and has evolved into recipes including glue, liquid...

Water wars 2017

Water wars 2017

Julia Rogers, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


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It's time. Water wars is back and better than ever. Water wars is a huge game for all the graduating class to participate in. The students break up into groups of 4-7 people and come up with names for each team as well as assign a team captain. Every person pays $5 and whoever is the last person standing...

Certified and prepared

Certified and prepared

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


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Above-average and above-minimum-wage jobs are what Palm Harbor University’s medical magnet students can achieve towards the end of their senior year. The 2017 certification classes consists of EKG Technician (CET), Nursing Assistant (CNA), and Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA). CET’s, CNA’s,...

Democratic abortion policy

Kaylie Thompson and Anna Hamilton

April 18, 2017


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On January 23, President Trump signed an executive order that restricts the reproductive rights of women. The order threatens the existence of Planned Parenthood, an organization that provides routine health care for women, by cutting off US funding to international nongovernmental organizations that...

Democratic immigration policy

Kaylie Thompson and Anna Hamilton

April 18, 2017


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Within his first two weeks in office, Trump signed an executive order that halted all immigrant and nonimmigrant visitors from seven predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East from entering the United States for 90 days. The executive order also blocked all refugees for 120 days and specifically...

Business in New York

Business in New York

Megan Pope, Staff Reporter

March 10, 2017


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Students of Palm Harbor’s Future Business Leaders of America club [FBLA], and Center of Academics for Business Administration and Management [CABAM] program took a trip to New York City, New York, to learn more about the world of business and the get a behind the scenes look at what it was like. Traveling...

Depression: the hidden darkness in each of us

Alexia Snider, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2017


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What is depression? Depression is a brain disorder characterized by a persistently depressed mood or loss of interest in activities, causing significant impairment in daily life. Some people take depression as a joke, but what they don’t see is that depression is a common and serious medical illness ...

Prom is coming

Prom is coming

Julia Rogers

February 16, 2017


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Prom is something almost every girl is looking forward to from the day they start high school until that very night. Now, don’t take it the wrong way, not EVERY girl is necessarily “excited” for prom. There will be many people with little to no interest about it at all. Regardless of if you’re...

Ripping through New York

Ripping through New York

Anna Koutsoumbaris, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2017


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Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida is coming out with a Jimmy Fallon ride called Race Through New York With Jimmy Fallon. The ride is going to be located next to the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, where Twister used to be. The ride will be available to visitors on April 6, 2017. Guests will be able...

A Florida Winter

A Florida Winter

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

February 16, 2017


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Winter? In Florida? These two things are not necessarily thought of together all the time. Warm air and sunshine is what the people of Florida are used to almost all year round. Snow may not be a weather option for this sunshine state, but there are almost always a few days of that mysterious cold...

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