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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...

Freshmen Adjustments

Freshmen Adjustments

Emma Behrmann and Melany Andras, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2016


Filed under Features

No matter what program you are a part of at PHUHS, walking through the halls on the very first day of freshman year is exciting and intimidating all at the same time. It is certain that freshmen have a lot of adjusting to do. Savannah Hartje, a freshman in University at PHUHS was asked a series of...

Is there no more hope for Hope?

Is there no more hope for Hope?

Sara Zarb, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2016


Filed under Sports

The Sweden vs. United States of America soccer game, a depressing loss for most Americans, was the first time in history that the USWNT did not advance to an Olympic semifinal. After the penalty kick loss of 4-3 for the United States, goalkeeper Hope Solo made some controversial remarks. “They [Sweden]...

Taylor Swift leaving?

Taylor Swift leaving?

Anna Hamilton and Kaylie Thompson

December 18, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

Since Taylor Swift’s chart-topping 1989 album came out on October 27 2014, the singer has not left the headlines.  Whether it’s what she’s wearing or if it’s press for her new single, Taylor Swift has been all over the media.  Being in the spotlight for virtually eight years nonstop, the su...

Adele fails Grammy Nomination

Adele fails Grammy Nomination

Anna Hamilton and Kaylie Thompson

December 11, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

Adele fans all over twitter were dumbstruck on December 7 when Grammy nominations were announced.  The 25 year old singer who recently returned to the industry after a four year hiatus was widely anticipated to dominate the 2016 Grammys this coming February.   However, what fans did not take into account...

Music and color guard bring home victory

Paige Livingston, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 28, 2014


Filed under News

About sixteen marching bands from various schools were invited to play at the East Lake Classic last weekend. The Palm Harbor Marching Band won for best overall music; Color Guard bringing home first place for the best color guard category. This year, the band program has performed their show titled...

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...

Say it to my Face(Book)

Nikki Sawyer, Online Editor

December 15, 2011


Filed under Opinions

Drama, drama, drama. It is basically a daily essential in the lives of high schoolers. Whether it’s with friends, a significant other, whoever, you can hardly escape drama during “the best years” of your life. With social networking, it’s as easy to start and continue drama as ever. I know...

First playoff appearance in PHUHS football history

Quentin Cumings, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2011


Filed under Sports

The PHUHS football team has earned the right to play in the post- season for the first time in school history. On Nov. 18th the hurricanes will travel across the state to face the Port St. Lucie West Centennial Eagles in the first ever meeting between the two schools. The Eagles (5-3) won their district...

Parents just don’t understand

Nikki Sawyer, Online Editor

October 21, 2011


Filed under Opinions

Being a senior is relatively easy compared to our previous high school years. A good number of us are taking mostly elective classes, leaving plenty of time to improve our SAT and ACT scores, search for scholarships, and apply for college. But that’s the hard part-college. I’ll admit, I change...

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