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Fast Food Dos and Don’ts

Laura Josephik, Staff reporter

April 29, 2014

The difference between being served at a fast food restaurant vs. being the one serving is completely different.  For most people they think working at a fast food is disgusting and fattening but those are the least of your worries.  As an employee at a fast food restaurant I am exposed to all kinds...

Splash into Spring with Wild Splash

Laura Josephik, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2014

What better way to spend the beginning of spring than at wild Splash.  Once again a group of singers/rappers came to Clearwater to give a concert Florida won’t forget.  Wild Splash is really popular for most high school students.  The turn out this year was much bigger than last years. “It...

Juan Pablo? Not a fan

Laura Josephik, Staff Reporter

March 7, 2014

The Juan Pablo we knew from last season is nothing like the Juan Pablo we see on the Bachelor now.  On Desiree’s season Juan Pablo was a quiet, sweet, quirky guy who didn’t get a lot of attention but was loved by everyone and was definitely a fan favorite.  Now as we got to know him throughout...

Juan Pablo is back

Juan Pablo is back

Laura Josephik and Eva Shontz

January 13, 2014

Last season on the Bachelorette, Desiree Hartstock found the love of her life Chris Siegfried.  In the process of the show there was one man who captured the hearts of many viewers.  32 year old, Juan Pablo is a single dad raised in Venezuela who is ready to find love, along with a mother for his daughter. During...

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Hannah Berman and Laura Josephik, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2013

The SAT is just a test. We take them every week in school. But this test, in particular, is the one that colleges see. This test has the potential to make or break your future. Nearly four hours of head scratching and listening to the ominous ticking of the clock can be avoided with proper preparation....

Last week fun

Laura Josephik, Staff Reporter

June 4, 2013

As the last few days of school come to a close there is not much work being done in class.  Teachers take these last couple of days to either review for exams, sign yearbook, have parties, or just relax. “Our whole class goes on Pinterest all period long,” junior Emily Huot said. Some teachers...

Where are you going to college?

Where are you going to college?

Jordan Lutz and Laura Josephik

May 31, 2013

Just before the seniors set off for their college experience they take a moment to snap a shot of their future school symbol.  Students represent their future school with the hand symbol.

Cool off at Wild Splash 2013

Laura Josephik and Kevin Griffith, Staff Reporters

February 11, 2013

Wild Splash 2012 was full of excitement and great entertainers.  Wild Splash 2013 should be all that and more.  This year's artists include John Hart, Mr. Vegas, Meek Mill, Juvenile, Juicy J, B Smyth and Ravaughn.  One of last years greatest performers, MGK climbed one of the stage towers.  At one...

Two wheels in, four wheels out

Laura Josephik, staff reporter

December 17, 2012

Four wheels is out, two wheels is in.  Daniel Kim, 33, may have just designed the newest drive of the future.  Kim has combined the feel of a motorcycle and combined it with the safety and luxuries of an enclosed automobile.  The name of this gyro balanced two wheeler is the LIT C1.  One concern...

Running to the top

Running to the top

Laura Josephik, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2012

This years PHUHS Cross Country team has been on everybody’s watch.  To start off with, PHU has had a very successful season.  At each meet both the girls and boys team had runners finishing in the top places. "The best thing about a race is the energized feeling you get when you finish,” said...

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