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Going page by page

Going page by page

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018


Filed under Clubs

Wanted: Social, outgoing people who are dedicated to working with a team of unique individuals in order to create a physical memory of your high school experience. Reward: A new passion and an unforgettable bond with a group of people you’ve both laughed and (possibly) cried with. To be honest, w...

The risks of nicotine inhalation

The risks of nicotine inhalation

Jacob Costantino, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2018


Filed under Opinions

Whether it’s an E-cigarette or a regular cigarette, or really any kind of drug that has to do with inhaling smoke, can increase a person’s risks of not only lung cancer, but also Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Tuberculosis (TB), and other severe respiratory infections and diseases. E-cigarette...

JV basketball cheer captain profiles

Allyson May, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018


Filed under Player of the Month, Sports

With a new season of girls basketball ahead, the jv cheerleaders have selected two new captains to take lead in the squad this school year.                            Jada Bryant (‘21) What is an interesting fact about yourself?: “That I used to pla...

Warm hearts head to the cold

Warm hearts head to the cold

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018


Filed under Features

Shaking girls, forced smiles, and a sea of green poms poms over 500 cheerleaders; the coldest Macy’s Day Thanksgiving parade reported happened to take place this Nov. 2018. Seven senior cheerleaders headed up to New York as the temperature drastically dropped during Thanksgiving break. Many ne...

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018


Filed under Features

The most underappreciated job at PHUHS is probably one of the most important. Plant Operations are the people that do the dirty work, literally. Seen sweeping up messes to fixing electrical troubles, they’re consistently busy finding a solution to a problem that needs to be fixed. Not only do th...

Unconstitutional Constitutionalist

Unconstitutional Constitutionalist

Aaron Downing, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2017


Filed under News

Within his first week of assuming public office, President Donald Trump has signed an astounding fourteen executive orders, a stark contrast to his campaign promise of repealing all of Barack Obama's unconstitutional executive orders. Among these controversial regulations and policies included the banning...

Striving for Soccer Success

Striving for Soccer Success

Melany Andras, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2016


Filed under Sports

Soccer season is approaching at Palm Harbor University High School, and if there’s one thing every student here knows, overall, the year will be tough. A new season coming means a new team, which can be both exciting and terrifying for the players on PHU’s soccer teams. Throughout the season players...

The Art Of Juggling

The Art Of Juggling

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under Features

Oswald Spengler once said, “The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious.” Clearly success is woven tightly with organization and balance. These are life skill that take some people years to develop but there are always exceptions to everything. Aubry Copeland has always been independent g...

AVID Club

AVID Club

Blake Budd, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2016


Filed under Clubs

Clubs are not only a great way to get involved with the school and meet people, but are a great opportunity to impress colleges. Organization is an important part of high school and is a very big factor in maintaining good grades. This is the foundation of the AVID program, to help kids stay organized...

Help kids in need this Halloween

Help kids in need this Halloween

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter

October 28, 2016


Filed under Clubs

UNICEF, created by the United Nations in 1946, provided care to European children affected by WWII. Seventy years later, UNICEF is the world’s leading advocate for children in 190 countries. Besides advocating children’s rights, UNICEF also meets the basic needs of children and expands their opportunities...

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