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Keeping warm in winter

Keeping warm in winter

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


Filed under Features

While it’s typically on the hotter side in Florida, spurts of cold call for jackets, boots, sweaters, or anything warm. Although staying warm is important, staying trendy can be a desire as well. In Florida, on average the coldest days can get to be around 56 degrees in the winter. Whereas the aver...

Doing what it takes

Doing what it takes

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018


Filed under Opinions

It’s pretty typical to be given homework on a regular basis, tests every so often, quizzes here and there, and two exams a year. However, without proper study habits, students may fall behind or become lost in lessons. It’s important to pay attention in class, but the mind may tend to drift of...

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...

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...

Pollen Count Up, Immune System Down

Pollen Count Up, Immune System Down

Alexis Cesarini and Lizzy Mason

March 19, 2018


Filed under Features, Top Stories

The population was hit hard enough by the season of influenza. As the first day of spring approaches rapidly, pollen is taking over instead. March 20 marks the first day of spring this year, even though allergy season seems to have been around for weeks now. People are found coughing and sneezing...

On the loose

On the loose

Lizzy Mason, staff reporter

November 7, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Be on the lookout for a killer in the Tampa area. On October 9th an unidentified individual claimed their first victim. Over the next few days two more people have been shot and killed. Surveillance videos were released last Thursday, and a person is seen wearing a jacket and using a cellphone. This...

Evacuation Vacation

Evacuation Vacation

Emma Behrmann, Lizzy Mason, and Alexis Cesarini

September 22, 2017


Filed under Features

Evacuate, hunker down, or relocate to a shelter. These were the options people had to choose between as Irma hurdled toward Florida. Hurricanes are very dangerous no matter what category they are. Some people were haunted with panic, others barely glanced at the news. Those who took initiative and...

Will he last?

Will he last?

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2017


Filed under News

It has been seven and a half long months since Donald Trump has become President of the United States. Now the question is finally being asked, will our new president make it to the end of his term? Rumors about Trump’s impeachment have been circling around for awhile now. On May 9th, 2017, Trump...

The Tough Election

The Tough Election

Lizzy Mason, staff reporter

October 17, 2016


Filed under News

The first presidential debate for the 2016 election occurred on September 26, 2016. It was full of information with an intent to persuade viewers to follow one team. But what happens when both of the candidates lack that ‘I must choose you for president’ quality? Let’s talk candidates. There...

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