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Palm Harbor Wrestling wins Knockout tournament

Tyler Orgera, Staff Reporter

January 6, 2014

Over break the Hurricanes Won the Knockout Tournament by half a point. Here are the top 5 teams. 1. Palm Harbor University High School, FL Palm Harbor University, FL (GET) PHU 13 182.5 2. South Dade High School, FL South Dade, FL (GET) SDHS 14 182.0 3. Osceola High School - Kissim...

November is National Novel Writing Month

November is National Novel Writing Month

Emily Huntley, Paige Livingston, Danielle Shafran, and Dao Trac

November 6, 2013

One of the most stressful months for writers is November because it is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).  Starting November 1 through November 30,  writers young and old all over the world will be participating in NaNoWriMo. During this time, writers will be testing their novel writing abil...

The Wizarding World expands

Maggie Dowling and Hannah Berman, Staff Reporters

April 15, 2013

The beloved Wizarding World of Harry Potter which recently opened its doors in 2012 is now under construction once again as an expansion takes way. Solid speculations say that, while the original Wizarding World of Harry Potter was modeled after Hogsmeade—the little wizarding town just outside of Hogwarts—the...

IT’S SO FLUFFY I’M GONNA DIE!!!!

IT'S SO FLUFFY I'M GONNA DIE!!!!

Jordan Lutz, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2013

Last Friday, PHUHS teacher Ms. Duncan found something very cute and fluffy underneath her portable: two 4 day old baby bunnies. The bunnies were very near death when Ms. Duncan found them so she took them into her care. Now she plans to take of them for about 4 weeks, then release them into the wild.

Going, going, gone to tryouts!

Going, going, gone to tryouts!

Valentina Herrera, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2013

As baseball conditioning comes to an end, hopeful baseball players become serious and competitive about what spot they’re trying to snag. Tryouts for varsity baseball are open to all students and will be held from January 14, 2013 starting at 2:15 pm and will continue through the 18th or until all...

The next civil rights movement

The next civil rights movement

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

January 23, 2013

From civil rights to woman's suffrage to LGBT equality, America has never been without a struggle. But as any battle best remembered is fought at home, so have our greatest struggles for fairness. "I feel like the fight for LGBT rights is the final big push for our country, and the world needs to...

Earn your baking patch

Libby Rodnite, Editor-in-Chief

January 23, 2013

Spring is approaching, which also means another phenomenon is coming...Girl Scout cookies. Girl Scout cookies will go on sale soon, but don't worry if 1 month seems to long to wait for your precious cookies. Try out this recipe for a Girl Scout favorite and curve your craving for just a little bit longer.   Homemade Do-S...

From a small band to the big time

From a small band to the big time

Pauline Piotrowski, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2013

As we all know the popular TV show "The Voice" finished airing it's third season and Cassadee Pope was named 'The Voice" champion. The Florida native discovered her love of singing at a young age and cultivated her talent as part of her middle school's award-winning jazz band. Things didn't get serious...

Stereotypes in sports

Stereotypes in sports

Megan Ingram, Staff Reporter

January 22, 2013

Short, tall, thin, and strong are all common stereotypes when it comes to sports. People say, “You HAVE to be tall to play basketball, you HAVE to be thin to participate in dance.” I feel these ‘stereotypes’ are ridiculous excuses for not doing these extracurricular activities. In fact what many people d...

The end of life as we know it

Daniela Ress, Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2012

In lieu of the Newtown tragedy and all of the talk about the impending doom scheduled to overtake the world on this very day, it seems more and more people are buying into the idea of the end of life as we know it. Not because of the end of an ancient calendar, or because of some rare planetary alignment...

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