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Do this, do that

Do this, do that

Adam Geiger, Print Editor

August 19, 2016


Filed under Features

Attending school as an honor student may seem difficult, but when adding AP classes on top of that, then adding in after school activities including clubs, family time, and sports, it gets even harder. It's something that many students at Palm Harbor can have to deal with. But there are two students...

Eleanor and Park, a romance

Camille Pamplona, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

Rainbow Rowell has a skill for grabbing the young reader’s mind in her romantic novels. A recent book found by many teenage girls, “Eleanor and Park,” creates a world of a reality with a broken family, diverse cultures, and never ending love. As adults view novels like these, most critics don’t ...

FBLA goes to districts and beyond

Haley Pearson, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2015


Filed under Clubs

They tested, they performed, they conquered. Last Friday, FBLA members represented PHU well at SPC’s Seminole campus for their annual district competition, with 17 members total qualifying to attend the State Leadership Conference. Earlier that week on Tuesday, January 27, members took objective...

Name Calling

Eva Shontz, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2014


Filed under Clubs

You want it? We got it!  The senior medical superlatives are out, and if you know any of the people they are actually quite fitting.  As most of you know, the medical program has its own separate superlatives, and it includes some different titles. The superlatives are basically a fun way to remember...

Launching water balloons- not just fun and games

Launching water balloons- not just fun and games

Katelyn Neller and Josephine Hackett

December 20, 2013


Filed under Features

    Wood planks, wood screws, and surgical tubing. These are all things many students used in the catapult project for Mr. Sung's physics class.     In the first marking period of the school year, students were assigned a group project where they were required to construct a catapult, trebuch...

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,...

Powder Puff game approaches

Powder Puff game approaches

Katelyn Neller, Staff Reporter

September 19, 2013


Filed under Sports

   Four teams compete to call their class the winner of the Powder Puff game at Palm Harbor University High School.    The Powder Puff flag football game for girls has become a tradition at PHUHS. The game will be held on September 24th, at 6:00 p.m. at the school. Tickets are $5.00. The profit...

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 latest hair trend- dip dying

The latest hair trend- dip dying

Nikki Sawyer, Online Editor

January 12, 2012


Filed under Features

It’s the latest trend we’ve seen all over Tumblr. Dip dying your hair is when you color just the tips of your hair, typically an exotic color. Here’s how you can achieve this cool, new trend without running out to the salon! Step 1- Decide which color you’ll be dip dying your tresses. You...

A journalist’s dream

Lena Schwallenberg, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2011


Filed under News

With quick, shallow breaths, journalism students enter the halls of USF for a day-long workshop to hone and perfect their skills. Twice a year, the Florida Scholastic Press Association holds conventions for middle and high school journalists. The first is a fall district convention, and the second...

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