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Students discuss college

Students discuss college

Ria Dey and Makayla Brown

March 29, 2018


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CAMILA: I feel like it would be a disadvantage if you’re not the most unique because sometimes people with unique backgrounds could get into the better colleges because they don’t have their kind of groups in those schools so they want to see something different. But stereotypes do play a big role...

Boy squads battle

Boy squads battle

Lauren Komar

March 19, 2018


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Rude Boys During IB passing time, usually the “Rude Boys” can be heard or seen in the halls. This IB senior boy group includes Drew Fonda, Lior Gazar, Aaron Jensen, James Roberts, and Wilson Morse. The Rude Boys have been friends for most of their high school years. However, their nam...

Sebastian Perdomo contracted to the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps

Sebastian Perdomo contracted to the Troopers Drum & Bugle Corps

Katie Delk

March 18, 2018


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From age 6, junior Sebastian Perdomo has played the piano.  At age 12, he learned to play the trumpet.  When he was 13, he began to play the drums.  And just this past August, Perdomo moved from trumpet to baritone because of the need for low brass in the Big Red Band.  At first aprehensive, within a couple weeks, he developed his tone on baritone. "I l...

Cheerleaders, dance empowerment and band perform at pep rally

Cheerleaders, dance empowerment and band perform at pep rally

Katie Delk

February 3, 2018


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As the boys' and girls' soccer teams circulated the gym, they chanted "We are the Terriers, the mighty, mighty Terriers." "This pep rally was to celebrate, as well as recognize the winter sports and the cheerleader success in their competition because they are going to states and to recognize ou...

Hillsborough AP in divided house

Hillsborough AP in divided house

Leslie Bracamontes and Abby Conger

October 13, 2017


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With Friday night lights slowly starting to heat up before the homecoming game again Chamberlain High School, Kieonna Lane, assistant principal for student affairs, shed some light on some friendly competition between her and her family. Her daughter is the co-captain of the Chamberlain cheerleading...

Swedish students visit HHS

Swedish students visit HHS

Jacob Thornton

April 11, 2017


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Every year, Hillsborough IB seniors anxiously await the arrival of 44 Swedish students who arrive in Tampa by boat. And it's no normal boat either: the Swedes are tasked with handling, repairing and maintaining a massive sailboat that they sleep and study on. After arriving on Saturday, some of th...

Nodes may silence singer Pearl Obioha

Nodes may silence singer Pearl Obioha

Juliana Lechner

April 10, 2017


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Update: Obioha won the 2017 talent show Her voice is her passion. Senior Pearl Obioha is living her dream – singing, dancing and performing for Hillsborough, she is doing what she loves and pursuing her passion every day. Obioha is a household name around campus. She has sung the national ant...

Student finds her voice through poetry

Student finds her voice through poetry

Jubilee Gonzalez

April 2, 2017


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Everyone has their ways of showing their voices and talents, whether it be through art, protests, speeches or poetry slams. On the last Friday of every month, junior Jenisis Miller and other teens from around the Tampa area meet together at the Blind Tiger Café in Ybor City to take part in an open mic...

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