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It’s morphin’ time

Caitlyn Hoolihan, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2017

Filed under Entertainment

This generation all grew up watching the 5 Power Rangers, and their battling of vicious villains, and watching in awe as they worked together to save the world. With all the new live action movies coming out, the pressure was on the Power Rangers producers to recreate the spark that the 5 adolesce...

The rise of Jon Bellion

The rise of Jon Bellion

Caitlyn Hoolihan, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2016

Filed under Entertainment

If I asked you if you ever heard a song by Jon Bellion you’d probably say no, but if you’ve ever heard Jason DeRulo’s “Trumpets” or “Monster” by Eminem featuring Rihanna, then you stand corrected. “When I dropped out of college, I had a mix tape that was out there circulating. Somehow...

Sol Shine: An Upcoming Cafe

Sol Shine: An Upcoming Cafe

Zoe Antoniadis, Staff Reporter

October 24, 2016

Filed under Features

The newest hot spot for teens at Palm Harbor University High School is Sol Shine, a small restaurant on Florida Avenue. The restaurant is a quaint hangout spot for students after school and the owners have big plans just in time for the autumn. The cafe opened up on October 6. One visit is enough...

Building 12!

Cassidy White, Staff Reporter

June 2, 2015

Filed under Uncategorized

  The new building here at Palm Harbor University is finally almost here and ready. There will be 37 new classrooms and the teachers who have been cooped up in a portable for the last several years are excited to finally be back into a building. Not only are the teachers excited, but so are...

Building 12?

Building 12?

Reagan Olive and Ryan Thompson, Jr.

September 2, 2014

Filed under News

There has been recent activity on the south side of school. Not fight, nor car crashes, but construction. What will be located on the south side? You guessed it, a new building! “The new building has been a long anticipated moment,” Principal Christen Gonzalez said. The building is to be complete...

Upgrade or downgrade?

Eva Shontz, Staff Reporter

September 29, 2013

Filed under Opinions

Dang… that guy really got an UPGRADE!  That is referring to his phone of course.  Lately, the technology world has been buzzing with the news of the iPhone’s latest feature, the iOS7. Apple came out with the iOS7 as a free software update claiming to have more Siri, Maps, Facebook integration,...

New who?

New who?

Eva Shontz and Melissa Loscalzo, Staff Reporters

September 5, 2013

Filed under Features, News

Word on campus is that new administrators are on the prowl. Just into her 18th year with the Pinellas County school system, Mrs.  Berry made the switch from Countryside High School to PHU’s IB program . “[I] only heard good things about the “U” before coming here,” Berry said. “One of m...

Apple’s new iPad mini

Stephan Vlachos, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2012

Filed under Entertainment

Being the leader in modern electronics, Apple inc has just released news of their latest creation, the new iPad mini.  This new innovated product has been aimed to compete in the small tablet world where Amazon's Kindle and even products from Samsung have been dominating. Apple says this new product...

Is the iPad Mini Worth Buying?

Angela Mastromarino, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2012

Filed under News

Everyone wants all the new and cool technology. But is the new iPad mini really worth spending your money on when there are similar models? Click here and find out if it's a waste or not...

The evolution of the iPhone

Libby Rodnite, Editor-in-Cheif

October 25, 2012

Filed under Features

The  iPhone 5 joined the Apple family in September. Take a look back at the ancestors that have predated the newest model, starting with the original iPhone in 2007. I mean only a 2MP camera? The horror. Check it out HERE

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