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Doing what it takes

Junior Madison Ducharme works on her notes for her HOPE class. She hopes that her notes will aid her in studying for her upcoming test.

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018

It’s pretty typical to be given homework on a regular basis, tests every so often, quizzes here and there, and two exams a year. However, without proper study habits, students may fall behind or become lost in lessons. It’s important to pay attention in class, but the mind may tend to drift of...

The benefits of early college and dual enrollment

Alexis Cesarini, Staff Reporter

December 4, 2018

College is one of those things you won’t stress about until you realize it’s right around the corner. To a lot of high school students, the stress that comes with the idea of college is not about all the essays and assignments. It is more commonly about the thousands of dollars that it costs to receive...

New album added to your playlist

Dan Reynolds, the lead singer of Imagine Dragons, sings to a large crowd at the Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheater.

Erin Behrmann, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2018

In 2018, Imagine Dragons released a song titled, “Natural.” But little did everyone know that one song was going to lead to a whole new album that came out Nov. 9, 2018. Imagine Dragons is one of my favorite bands. With Dan Reynolds as the main singer, Wayne Sermon on the guitar, Daniel Platzman...

Christmas in Fall?

Publix has their own Christmas aisle in the front of the store.

Allyson May, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018

Once Halloween is over, all decorations go down and the Christmas decor is out. Stores usually don’t put up Thanksgiving decorations, since its November, they just rush into lighting Christmas up. Some people do not like how stores forget about Thanksgiving, while others love how Christmas is a...

Make the Switch

Walking around, Carolyn Bridges ('19) shows off her metal straws. Not only do they help the environment but also are popular around the social media community.

Natalie Tajeddine, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018

It seems like every week there’s a new trend that comes up on Instagram, and recently, it seems like metal straws are the new wave. There are many reasons everyone should switch to reusable straws, but the most important reasons is that plastic straws are bad for the environment, and your health. ...

Wooden Ladle Review

Wooden Ladle Review

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018

Spicy broth, savory mushrooms, crunchy bamboo shoots, soft eggs, juicy chicken, and a whole lot of noodles. Wooden Ladle has an abundance of food choices that can satisfy hunger. It consists of meals like poke bowls, ramen, and pho. A poke bowl includes sushi rice, meat such as salmon, tuna, chic...

Litter After Lunch

A discarded lunch tray with a half-eaten slice of pizza found after lunch.

Justine Nguyen, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2018

Lunch is the only time of the day where most high schoolers get a break. That being said, some high schoolers take advantage of this break to leave some more unsavory remnants behind, such as lunch trays with leftover lunch tidbits, empty chip bags, and nasty splatters of food.   Take the ...

Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Computer Based Testing Eliminates Classroom Time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 14, 2018

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing- ...

Smartphones Disrupt class

Smartphones Disrupt class

Kaitlyn Pamplona, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018

Look around. Do you see anyone who doesn’t own a smartphone? No. That’s because a teen’s life wouldn’t be complete without it. Smartphones are very reliable sources of technology that are used everyday to communicate, play games, and learn. Quizlet, Photomath, and Kahoot are the few of many...

Computer based testing eliminates classroom time

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

May 11, 2018

A cafeteria full of students, but it isn’t lunch time. Testing season requires teachers to leave their classrooms to proctor standardized tests, leaving their students to sit in the cafeteria or teaching auditorium. Standardized testing, yet despised, is here to stay. However, the mode of testing-...

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