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It takes two to win the girls’ soccer regional semi-finals

Lena Schwallenberg and Hannah Berman

January 29, 2014


Filed under Sports

Two sets of Hurricanes faced off Jan. 28, and when the dust settled, two sisters reigned supreme, bringing in a 2-0 win for Palm Harbor's varsity girls' soccer team  in the 5A regional semi-finals against Manatee. Kayla and Alexis Mouton, junior and senior respectively, live for the sport. Playing...

National Honor Society induction just around the corner

Lena Schwallenberg and Emily Manning

November 6, 2013


Filed under Clubs

On Nov. 20, more than 200 juniors and seniors will walk across the auditorium stage as they are inducted into the National Honor Society. Every year, as fall comes into full swing, upperclassmen anxiously await their admissions decisions from NHS. Once these are handed out by current members, a tr,...

Summer day-cations

Summer day-cations

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

June 3, 2013


Filed under Entertainment

This summer, when you’re sitting at home wondering what on Earth you did to deserve such boredom, take a deep breath and look at the lists below. Here at the EYE, we understand that it’s hard to find something that breaks the summer routine of Clearwater beach and Chick-Fil-A. Have no fear, Canes,...

This is a call to action

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

May 28, 2013


Filed under Opinions

You can’t please everyone. It’s a simple concept, really. Do the best that you can do, and let those who oppose it, well…oppose it. It’s human nature to have opinions, most noticeably ones that clash, but it is physically impossible to create something that appeals to the entirety of a population....

A rich man’s world

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

April 1, 2013


Filed under Opinions

I’ve always known that my life would lead me down the road in hot pursuit of truth and adventure, but a conversation I had with a friend one day over our aspirations put my world into perspective. “Journalism is a good way to starve. They make no money, but you die doing what you love,” she...

The EYE Adventures of Kevin & Stephan – Trailer

Lena Schwallenberg, Kevin Griffith, Stephan Vlachos, Emily Huntley, Megan Ingram, & Kara Condie, Staff Reporters

March 5, 2013


Filed under Multimedia, Video

Have you been experiencing the shakes? Headaches? Explosive sobbing fits? Well, have no fear... The EYE is almost here! Check out this preview of The EYE Adventures of Kevin and Stephan to tide yourself over until our heroes come to deliver YOU the news that matters most!

The next civil rights movement

The next civil rights movement

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

January 23, 2013


Filed under Clubs

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...

Backspace bullying

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

November 6, 2012


Filed under Features

You’re ugly. Fat. Stupid. Annoying. And I’m going to get you. If someone came up to you in school and said those very words, most of us wouldn’t think twice about putting an end to the situation and removing ourselves from the chance of an immediate threat. But what usually happens when you...

Addicted to applications? You can be too!

Addicted to applications? You can be too!

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

October 24, 2012


Filed under Entertainment

I’m addicted to applications. Well, perhaps it’s not something diagnosable by Web MD, but it’s what gets me going. There’s something about an application - be it the slot to place one’s qualifications or the spot in which one defends their honor and integrity - but in my short sixteen years,...

That’s officer dog to you

Lena Schwallenberg, Layout Editor

October 4, 2012


Filed under News

In Vaughn, New Mexico, the only certified member of the police force is a drug-sniffing dog. After the Police Chief resigned, and the second member of the force had to leave due to legal issues, the town was left in the paws of one able-bodied mutt. Click here to read the article....

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