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Stepping it up one last time

Stepping it up one last time

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The practices, the pressure, the wins and the losses, at some point every player steps on the playing field for the last time. Seeing the lights, hearing the crowd cheering, walking out with teammates, and feeling the rush of adrenaline when the timer starts may bring a range of feelings. It mig...

Habitat volunteers paint the block

Habitat volunteers paint the block

Emma Behrmann, Assistant Editor

November 13, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Top Stories

       A street lined with faded walls transforms into a colorful community within six and a half hours. Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization, depends upon volunteers to build and beautify homes. PHUHS Habitat members joined the organization for their special event. The...

A Dive In The Right Direction

A Dive In The Right Direction

Elarya Tadres, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

When people hear the word swim team, all they think about is competing and practice, but not the PHU swimmers. “I am on the swim team for fun. I’ve been swimming competitively since I was five, and being on the team is great because you meet many new friends,” sophmore Isabel Easley said. Practice...

Friday Night “Lights”

Friday Night “Lights”

Alexis Cesarini, Staff Reporter

September 27, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

The lightning capital of the United States is certainly prone to dealing with such a common component of thunderstorms, however the fact that it disabled the PHU football field has struck the students as quite inconvenient. Following one of the recent storms of thunder and lightning in the area, the...

Overcrowded, Overfilled, and Overflowing

Overcrowded, Overfilled, and Overflowing

Lizzy Mason and Elarya Tedres

September 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Busier hallways, longer lunch lines, and classes filled to the brim with students. Every year, new freshmen come to PHU which add to the population of the school and the past couple years there have been more than the previous school years. This year there are almost 750 freshmen when in the p...

With patience comes success

With patience comes success

Jacyn Mccrudden and Grace Mercer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

As the bright lights, light up the football field, the current football game of the week starts on Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. The football players are having higher hopes for the outcome of this Friday's game and the rest of the year.   The pre-season game that took place on Aug. 17 was a match betwe...

Upcoming Theatre Auditions

Upcoming Theatre Auditions

Delfina Caceres and Natalie Tajeddine, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Top Stories

This month students are auditioning for a play called The Diary of Anne Frank which will be performed from Nov. 8-10. The play chronicles the life of Anne Frank, a girl who survived the Holocaust by hiding in an attic for a portion of her childhood. Maya Ongchangco (‘21) and Harrison Betz (‘21)...

The Library is Waiting

The Library is Waiting

Justine Nguyen and Madeleine Katz

September 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

There are endless reasons to go to the school library, whether it’s checking out books, printing out papers, or even asking a question. Running a school library is a lot of work, and Mrs. Amy Titus does it all. If you need to check out a book, Mrs.Titus will be there to answer any questions after...

Shoes For Life

Shoes For Life

Matt Blake, Online Editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

As a school and a community, people have banded together to give back to a teacher that has given so much to them. Tom Stephen looks like any normal man, he’s a school teacher, a husband and a daughter of three girls. When he isn’t working at Palm Harbor University High School he enjoys spendi...

Gears, Wires, and Worlds

Gears, Wires, and Worlds

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Top Stories

The Gears of Fire operate their robot all the way up to 14th place out of 128 other bots in The World Championship this year. Since Sept. a team of seven seniors, in the PHU Robotics club have programmed, built, and documented their process of building a robot that has been to seven competitions ...

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