News

Keeping up with competitions at Hillsborough

Speech and Debate is currently preparing for nationals, which will be held in Chicago in May. Model United Nations won best overall delegation for North Korea at FHSMUN....  Read More »

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Sports

Communication key for softball team

Communication key for softball team

Aleesha Mundra, Photo Editor

For most athletes, team building happens on the field, through bonding over exhausting drills and the sweet taste of victory. The softball team takes a different approach....  Read More »

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Rays-ing the Bar

Daniel Hamilton, Sports Editor

With Spring Training over, the Tampa Bay Rays are looking to use their young talent to a major advantage this year, hopefully pushing them into the playoffs. Last year, the...  Read More »

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Outfield repairs leave baseball team without a home

Outfield repairs leave baseball team without a home

Samantha Votzke, Senior Sports Editor

A combination of pelting rain, football players and middle-schoolers has left Hillsborough’s baseball field in tatters. Now, in the middle of the baseball season, the field...  Read More »

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One in 300, one in a million

One in 300, one in a million

Ellie Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

Watching the blades of the oars slip beneath the surface of the water on the Hillsborough River as she rows, it’s obvious this is where Kellen Yent is at home. “I fell...  Read More »

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Entertainment

Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Daniel Dolford, Entertainment Writer

The (fictional) Republic of Zubrowka, a European...  Read More »

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Foster the People’s “Super” album

Foster the People’s “Super” album

Kathy Xie, News Editor

Trumping the impressive feat of making the entire nation fall in love with a song about a school shooting, Foster the People is back after three years with a solid sophomore...  Read More »

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Anything but Divergent

April 2, 2014

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Why you should be watching Brooklyn 99

April 2, 2014

How I Met Your Mother: a less than legendary ending

April 2, 2014

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Photo Galleries

Photo gallery: Picture perfect prom

Photo gallery: Picture perfect prom

Aleesha Mundra, Photo Editor

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Photo Gallery: National Signing Day

Photo Gallery: National Signing Day

Daniel Hamilton, Sports Editor

National Signing Day signers by Sport: Football Frank Carter signs with Jackson State. Christian Flores signs with Webber International. Baseball Diamond Johnson...  Read More »

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Photo gallery: Girls’ and boys’ track

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IB students celebrate cultures of the world during International Day

January 28, 2014

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Photo Gallery: Spring Pep Rally

January 25, 2014

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Life

Trades of the Terriers: Caleb Hall

Trades of the Terriers: Caleb Hall

Kimberly Rampersad, Life Editor

200. That’s the number of biscuits senior Caleb Hall makes in one weekend. At the beginning of last year, Hall landed himself an internship at the nearby restaurant,...  Read More »

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Just a few shiny trophies

Just a few shiny trophies

Marayna Martinez, Correspondent

When I started high school, anxiety was a major problem for me and I hadn’t really figured out how to cope with it yet. But, rather than sit by and do nothing, I decided...  Read More »

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