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What’s for Lunch?

Andy Blair and Jayla Motko

January 10, 2018


Filed under Features, Multimedia

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...

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...

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...

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...

Moving from Egypt to the United States

Moving from Egypt to the United States

Klara Goone and Jacyn McCrudden, Staff Reporter

October 5, 2016


Filed under Features

Over the past few years, most of Egypt has rapidly grown into an unsafe environment for its citizens. Throughout the streets, countless murders occur, thieves are everywhere, and garbage is scattered among the ground. This is precisely why a lot of parents consider bringing their kids to America. However,...

Clubs on the way

Clubs on the way

Anna Hamilton, Co-Editor

September 7, 2016


Filed under Clubs

Now is the time to get involved at PHU.  All of your schedule changes have been settled (hopefully), new students have learned their way around campus, and friendly faces in each of your classes have been recognized.  Next on the list is joining a club.  Clubs at PHU are not only a great way to get...

Gender Bender

Gender Bender

Peter DiNapoli and Hayden Grooms

April 26, 2016


Filed under Features

Did you find yourself staring at certain individuals last Friday? The seniors selected to have a dress up day to wear the attire of the opposite sex, and some outfits went farther than just the clothes. Senior boys were spotted wearing makeup, getting their hair done, and strutting around with gorgeous...

Too much or too little?

Kaylie Thompson, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2016


Filed under Opinions

With a constant stream of information coming from Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and the other countless social media websites, it’s hard to consistently be politically correct. People are constantly being called out for “problematic” tweets, pictures, and posts, regardless of the whether they intended...

What is AP Capstone?

What is AP Capstone?

Ryan Thompson, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2016


Filed under News

Numerous high school students take AP classes, such as environmental science, math classes, and many more. Just recently at PHU, there is a new course that will prepare a student for college. At an assembly in the PHU auditorium, the new program, AP Capstone, was announced. The class will teach upcoming...

Transitioning from Middle School to High School

Transitioning from Middle School to High School

Anna Hamilton and Kaylie Thompson

September 11, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Student Life

1. What is the biggest difference between middle school and high school? Brooke Sanders: “The size of the school was a big change.” Sean Otero: “The size was a big change for me as well.” 2. What is your favorite part about high school so far and why? Sanders: “Meeting new people and discove...

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