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Teachers behind the scenes

Teachers behind the scenes

Josselyn Cantellano and Elarya Tadres

December 20, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Usually students don’t think there is much to teachers besides going to school, grading papers and teaching. Teachers are not teachers outside of school, for example, Mrs. Demiana Youssef watches shows like most students at school, Mrs. Lori Bauck sings, Mr. Joseph Corr has traveled around the world,...

Everything wrong with the school bathrooms

Everything wrong with the school bathrooms

Justine Nguyen, staff reporter

December 17, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

The school bathrooms wouldn’t normally be classified as anyone’s idea of a “fun hangout place.” There may be exceptions to this rule, but the point still stands that most people don’t want to be in the school bathrooms unless they have to. Quite frankly, they’re disgusting. Some students may think thi...

Honestly, you should buy your yearbook

Honestly, you should buy your yearbook

Natalie Tajeddine, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

To be honest, there are many reasons why you should buy your yearbook this year, and every year. Starting with the fact that it’s one of the best, like ever. The Palm Harbor University Aftermath yearbook is awarded on a national level, and gets better every year. The work put into the yearbook by hardworking stu...

The downside of being black in a predominantly white school

The downside of being black in a predominantly white school

Matt Blake, Editor-In-Chief

December 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

It has been over 60 years since the landmark case that decided that segregation was unconstitutional. Until this case it was seen as necessary to separate students of different races for no other logical reason than the difference in skin color. To this day, America still has a lot of racial separation...

Look out for Storm Watch

Look out for Storm Watch

Justine Nguyen, Staff reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Daily Announcements TV Show, Top Stories

Not all students are aware that there is a broadcast club. However, there is one, and it is called Storm Watch TV. Storm Watch TV is a student-operated broadcast club with the purpose of providing information to students so they can stay informed on current events at school. Mrs. Amy Titus is the teacher w...

Best albums of 2018

Best albums of 2018

Natalie Tajeddine, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

With so many new releases this past year, music history was made in 2018 and albums came out better than everyone expected, or in some cases, worse.      50 students answered three questions on who had the best, most overrated, and most underrated albums of the year based off of...

Global Glasses gives the gift of sight

Global Glasses gives the gift of sight

Erin Behrmann, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Top Stories

Making a difference from the Palm Harbor to several other countries all over the world, just by collecting glasses. Emma Behrmann (‘20) , Mackenzie Mills (‘20), Riya Patel (‘19), and Sofia John (‘19) are doing a drive from Dec. 4 to Jan. 18, and are doing a fundraiser event on Jan. 18. The...

What kind of team is a JV team

What kind of team is a JV team

December 10, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Players can shoot every shot they want to but in reality they will never make every single one. The JV boys basketball team may be small in size, but they prove that they can still play with heart and hustle. “We don’t need a lot of height we just need a few big plays. Big plays will help us b...

Eyesight on The Eye

Eyesight on The Eye

Justine Nguyen, Staff reporter

December 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

Perfect vision is unfortunately not a gift that every student has. The daily morning task of searching for glasses may be a struggle some students can understand. Out of myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism, and other eye problems, myopia is the most common. Jennifer Young (‘...

Second Amendment threatens safety

Second Amendment threatens safety

Emma Behrmann, Assistant Editor

December 5, 2018


Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

A document written in 1791 still dictates citizens’ lives in 2018. The right to bear arms. The famous, or infamous, depending upon the point of view, second amendment. Historically, guns were the main weapon used within the military. The original intent of the second amendment was to be able to defe...

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