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Habitat for Humanity, a club that helps the community

Habitat for Humanity, a club that helps the community

Emma Behrmann, Copy Editor

January 22, 2018


Filed under Clubs

An organization that brings together communities to build homes and hope for those less fortunate- Habitat for Humanity. This international non-governmental organization (NGO) is featured as a club at Palm Harbor University High School. Involvement in this club allows students to take part in builds,...

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...

13 Reasons Why

Julianna Van Coulter, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

The new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why is the thing to watch this month. A lot of students have been talking about how good it is. The series begins with a girl, Hannah Baker, who’s new in town trying to make friends. Sadly, things start to take a turn for the worst and she ends up taking her ow...

Summer fun!

Summer fun!

Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter

May 5, 2017


Filed under Entertainment

You might be wondering what is so great about summer activities, or why should you even be wondering about joining any new sports. Well, what most people don’t know is that there are so many opportunities that can lead you to many places. You might be thinking to yourself, what sport can actually gu...

Next stop for future business leaders: California

Next stop for future business leaders: California

Emma Behrmann, Staff Reporter

May 5, 2017


Filed under Clubs

4,000 teenagers, one hotel, and high hopes for success at the Florida FBLA State Leadership Conference. All members met March 23, 2017 in Orlando. In the sea of future business leaders, there were 32 PHUHS FBLA members. Palm Harbor had success at the 2017 State Leadership Conference (SLC) and took...

Chorus trip 2017: a trip to remember

Mackenzie Lavender, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2017


Filed under Clubs

While students were in class on April 5th, 90 chorus students packed onto buses and headed to Washington D.C. The trip up was supposed to be 13 hours. However, with all the stops they took, it was about 21 hours. They got to the hotel in Herndon, Virginia at about 4 am. But with so many students, it...

A local outing

Ava Rabbers, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


Filed under News

This past weekend, downtown Palm Harbor hosted the annual Citrus Festival. It was full of carnival games, fair rides, and fried foods of all sorts. Since Florida specializes in growing oranges, it would only make sense to make this the theme of the festival. All ages roamed the streets of downtown Palm...

Make the right decision

Make the right decision

Kalista Photopulos, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


Filed under Features

Decisions can be made in a second. You decide in one second that because you’re late, you’re going to speed. You decide in one second that you won’t wear your seatbelt because your ‘friends’ say it's ‘un-cool.’ You decide in one second that you’ll just pick up the cell phone to tell your...

Certified and prepared

Certified and prepared

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017


Filed under Features

Above-average and above-minimum-wage jobs are what Palm Harbor University’s medical magnet students can achieve towards the end of their senior year. The 2017 certification classes consists of EKG Technician (CET), Nursing Assistant (CNA), and Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA). CET’s, CNA’s,...

Democratic immigration policy

Kaylie Thompson and Anna Hamilton

April 18, 2017


Filed under Features

Within his first two weeks in office, Trump signed an executive order that halted all immigrant and nonimmigrant visitors from seven predominantly Muslim countries in the Middle East from entering the United States for 90 days. The executive order also blocked all refugees for 120 days and specifically...

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