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The battle of buying in bulk

The battle of buying in bulk

Lizzy Mason, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2019

Grocery shopping that requires a membership? Unlike other grocery stores, Sam’s Club and Costco both provide their items in bulk so buyers can stock up. But which wholesale store is superior? Each store is considered a ‘club’ because they both obligate their customers to obtain a membership, mak...

Canes Cafe’, “It’s all about the U”

Canes Cafe’, “It’s all about the U”

Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018

News about a new convenience store called Canes Cafe has been swarming student social media feeds. Which of course with a lot of publicity comes with a lot of questions of what the store is and what it actually is about. One of the main reasons why the store was made is because the owner, Vince Pa...

What kind of team is a JV team

What kind of team is a JV team

December 10, 2018

Players can shoot every shot they want to but in reality they will never make every single one. The JV boys basketball team may be small in size, but they prove that they can still play with heart and hustle. “We don’t need a lot of height we just need a few big plays. Big plays will help us b...

Warm hearts head to the cold

Warm hearts head to the cold

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018

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...

College-bound athletes channel a positive work ethic

College-bound athletes channel a positive work ethic

Sharron Canham and Kimmy Singer

November 26, 2018

“Being successful motivates me, whether it’s playing baseball or getting a job,” said Andrew Booth, a senior baseball player committed to St. Leo University. Student-athletes are motivated to work hard at school and in their sports, so they have a gateway to get into good colleges. PHU has many...

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Appreciating the Underappreciated

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2018

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...

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Player of the Week: Mitch Farris

Andy Blair, Sports Editor

March 20, 2018

With high school baseball in full swing, Palm Harbor University has had some standout players. One of those players is junior pitcher Mitch Farris. Mitch Farris has been on the PHU baseball team for all three years he’s been in high school. He began playing baseball when he was four years old b...

Moving in the right direction

Moving in the right direction

Andy Blair, Sports Editor

January 26, 2018

The PHU boys basketball team has had a rough start to this season, and currently holds a 6-12 record, 0-9 in one of the most competitive districts in the state. Despite this adversity, the team has been more competitive in their last few games. After losing to Countryside High School by 16 in their...

What’s for Lunch?

Andy Blair and Jayla Motko

January 10, 2018

Lunch is one of the most anticipated periods of the day for many students at school. Students have a lot of freedom during lunch. They are able to socialize with friends and take a break from the stressful school day, or they can choose to do homework due the next period and study for that pop quiz they...

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