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Longest government shutdown affects all

Longest government shutdown affects all

John Doan

January 15, 2019


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President Donald Trump declared a partial government shutdown on Dec 22. As of Jan 13, Trump’s shutdown is the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States, beating the 21-day shutdown in 1995-1996. In 2016, one of Trump’s promises that he campaigned with was the wall. He cla...

Semester Exam Schedule

Semester Exam Schedule

Mercy Tsay

December 16, 2018


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What is Hanukkah?

What is Hanukkah?

Mercy Tsay

December 3, 2018


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  Hanukkah by Mercy Tsay Click the arrows for more information on Hanukkah....

First-time voters talk about their experiences

First-time voters talk about their experiences

Katie Delk

November 7, 2018


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Today 87 seniors were eligible to vote on amendments, taxes and for governor. Take a look at what Bryce Meacham, Brendan Minick, William Andrews and Jessalyn Mendoza thought about their first experience voting.

2018 Election Results

2018 Election Results

November 6, 2018


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Breaking down the key amendments and taxes on the ballot

Breaking down the key amendments and taxes on the ballot

Marin Fehl

October 31, 2018


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Amendment 3 This would give citizens the right to decide on any plans to expand casino gambling in Florida. Under the current laws, the state Legislature has this power. Amendment 4 This would restore the right to vote to former felons who have served their sentences, with the exception of those who have...

Terriers beat the Jefferson Dragons 7-6

Terriers beat the Jefferson Dragons 7-6

Lauren Komar, Sports Editor

October 6, 2018


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At home, the Terriers were able to surpass the Dragons 6 point lead with only 56 seconds left of game time, leaving them with a win, and Garcia with the title of the most winningest coach in Hillsborough County. In the first three quarters, no points were scored and the game looked as if whichever...

Students attend Band & Ballots

Students attend Band & Ballots

Katie Delk

September 18, 2018


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On Sept. 15 from 5 to 9 p.m., students and individuals from the community attended Bands & Ballots, a non-partisan voter information concert, presented by March For Our Lives Tampa Bay, to expand the dialogue on gun violence in Curtis Hixon Park. The event had food stands, tents with voter registration forms and p...

17 years later, teachers commemorate Sept. 11 tragedy

17 years later, teachers commemorate Sept. 11 tragedy

Abby Conger, Brandon Jimenez, Camila Rodriguez, and Makayla Brown

September 11, 2018


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In commemoration of the attack Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, teachers across the school incorporated videos and articles about the event into their classes to not only honor those who lost their life but to educate those who hadn't been born before the event. Most students were born after the 2001...

Marching band takes a different road

Marching band takes a different road

Katie Delk

September 8, 2018


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During marching season, this year’s theme is “The Road Not Taken,” based on the poem by Robert Frost.   Each year band and orchestra teacher, Mike Lebrias, has directed, the band has performed a set theme such as 80s music, Les Misérables and the Black Parade album by My Chemical Ro...

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