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“Fit” is Fatal

“Fit” is Fatal

Raimi Sarnoff, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2016


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In the UK, healthcare is constantly under scrutiny, as the government attempts to improve policies and cut down on budgets. In recent years, however, the policies for the "fit to work" assessment are getting worse. The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) requires a Work Capability Assessment that...

Florida’s History Powerball Lottery

Florida’s History Powerball Lottery

Danny Francis, Chris Narvaez, and Leif Helland

January 14, 2016


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1.5 billion dollars is the earnings of this week's Florida Powerball before taxes. That amount of money would make you richer than Taylor Swift, Madonna, or Michael Jordan. The reward is the highest jackpot in Lottery history. The second highest jackpot was $656 million, nearly one third of the jackpot...

What are the odds of winning the $1.5 billion Powerball?

What are the odds of winning the $1.5 billion Powerball?

Julia Incorvaia and Peter DiNapoli

January 13, 2016


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You are more likely to… • Get killed by a vending machine • Become president • Die from a bee, hornet, or wasp sting • Drown in the bath tub • Die from an asteroid strike • Die from chronic constipation • Be struck by lightning • Become a billionaire (ironic) • Get consecutive...

What actually happens on clinicals

Jacob Hytner, Co-Editor

December 11, 2015


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-Students in the medical program go on clinicals to gain valuable expireince Car accidents, surgeries, and nuclear medicine: some of the things students see on clinicals. Clinicals are where medical students go to gain experience in the medical field. The students go to many different places, they...

CPR in HOPE class

Ryan Thompson, Jr., Staff Reporter

October 19, 2015


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Everyone should know how to do CPR. This week in Coach Schaefer's classes, the students have been learning how to do CPR. Over this last week, the students have learned how to react to a CPR situation, and execute the issue. Some students just started to learn about CPR when other students are learning...

Fall of the Flu

Fall of the Flu

Alyssa Ryan, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2015


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At some point in our hectic lives, we’ve all suffered the consequences of flu season, right? Not necessarily, because there are a few basic tips that can save those tissues for another day. The flu may just seem to be a mild yet inevitable annoyance but it can be severe and even, in some cases,...

PHU stumps over Donald Trump

PHU stumps over Donald Trump

Hayden Grooms and Peter DiNapoli

September 9, 2015


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Donald Trump. The name ignites various feelings from every spectrum of politics. Palm Harbor University High School is home to a student body of over 2500 kids, so we set out to try and find 10 diverse opinions about “The Don.” When asked if they liked Donald Trump as a whole, our first six interviewees...

Homecoming Fun

Homecoming Fun

Alexis Berry and Keighly Ferguson

September 8, 2015


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Homecoming Welcome back to another year at PHU! Homecoming is rapidly approaching, here are some things you need to know! First things first, homecoming week. Starting on Monday, September 14-19, students may dress up according to the days below: Homecoming Week Days Monday- Animal Day Tuesday-Twi...

New building completed just in time for summer

New building completed just in time for summer

Paige Livingston, Co-Editor in Chief

June 2, 2015


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Within the last few days of school, “Building 19” will be completed and an official addition to Palm Harbor University High. Yes, it’s done - after a year full of construction, Driver’s Ed range relocation, and anticipation, the new building is almost here. Is it odd to have Building 19 be...

Senior Superlatives

Jacob Hytner, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2015


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-Most Likely to Be Forever a Kid at Heart : Wyatt Wilson, Jenny Yedkois -Most Likely to Be Remembered : Nick Fatolitis, Janney Karioki -Most Likely to Be Rich and Famous : Ryan Cooksey, Rachel Gaines -Most Spirited : Matt Clime, Andrea Tripodis -Most Likely to Turn Teacher’s Hair Gray :...

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