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A new type of connection

A new type of connection

Eli Thompson, Staff Reporter

February 11, 2020

Everyday, people with cell phones run into the same issue. Connection. Some areas have no towers, some have just poor connection, but Elon Musk has a simple solution for the issue of that.  Starlink, which is a brand of SpaceX, already has some of the “thousands of satellites,” in space, and t...

Fight 4 Life with HOSA competitors

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

February 4, 2020

HOSA competitors, formally known as Fight 4 Life (Devyn Bulger ('20), Maddy Whelan ('20), Megan Lichter ('20) and Abi Toenjes ('20)), are spreading depression and suicide awareness throughout not only the school, but also the community. During the process of their project they made many efforts to educate...

PMAC Celebrates the New Year

PMAC Celebrates the New Year

Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter

January 30, 2020

On Friday January 24th the Principles Multicultural Advisory Committee (PMAC) held their first ever New Year's celebration. The celebration was held in the teaching auditorium during second lunch. Attendees ate a multiple of multicultural foods and participated in fun New Year's related games. The purpose...

Tensions between candidates rise during CNN’s Democratic Presidential Debate

Madeleine Katz, Online Editor in Chief

January 23, 2020

Democrats are racing to win the support of the people of Iowa before the Iowa caucus and the CNN Democratic Debate in Des Moines showcased the candidates’ views on topics such as foriegn policy, strategies to beat President Trump, impeachment, and the candidates’ opinions of each other. Prior to the ...

Prepare now with ‘Exam Jam’

Prepare now with ‘Exam Jam’

Emma Behrmann, Editor in Chief

January 14, 2020

As students and teachers enter the third quarter of the school year, exam preparation is in sight. AP World Modern History teachers are promoting an "Exam Jam" preparation activity and are offering a mock exam to students enrolled in the course. Read below for all of the information.  AP World Modern Exam Jam&...

Palm Harbor Parade

Eli Thompson, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

Every year, local businesses, scout troops, first responders, and many other people walk in the annual Palm Harbor Christmas Parade.  Starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec 21, hundreds of locals will gather at the Presbyterian Church of Palm Harbor in preparation for the 1.2 mile walk to downtown...

Presidential candidates have a variety of views on medical care

Madeleine Katz, Online Editor in Chief

December 12, 2019

The 2020 presidential election is just around the corner and candidates have a wide variety of views on the way the healthcare system should operate. While the right leaning candidate has spent time pushing for reduced prices of pharmaceutical drugs and medical care, many left leaning candidates are pus...

Forever 21 files for bankruptcy

Forever 21 files for bankruptcy

Grace Mercer, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2019

Fashion retailer, Forever 21, announced it has filed for bankruptcy protection in order to restructure its business. Some of the Forever 21 stores closed not only in the US, but also in countries such as Europe and Asia. In total, the company is closing 300 to 350 stores, and as many as 178 of those...

Trendy topics come to life during homecoming week

Trendy topics come to life during homecoming week

Grace Mercer, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2019

Every year for a week, students dress as characters from movies, books, and television shows. Students walk around in vivid costumes, solicitous clothing, hats, and DIY’s. This year’s homecoming week kicked off on Sept. 9: character day. On character day, many students dressed as VSCO girls, stealing...

College Board decides not to implement adversity scores

College Board decides not to implement adversity scores

Madeleine Katz, Online Editor in Chief

September 16, 2019

After receiving backlash for the new adversity score SAT tool for colleges, the College Board decided to get rid of the program before it had the chance to be put into effect.  During an interview with AP News, David Coleman, the chief executive of the College Board said, “The idea of a single score was ...

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