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Junior Varsity Football team finishes with a winning season

Kevin Sardja, Online Editor-in-Chief

October 31, 2012

With the season closing with a 34 – 27 loss against Plant High School, the Junior Varsity (JV) football team finishes the 2012 season with a 4 – 1 record. The JV cowboys finished with a close 34 – 27 game against the JV Plant Panthers. With the season closing, however, players and coaches alike are not upset about the Plant game or their overall... READ MORE »»

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Hillsborough County implements formative exams for AP social studies classes

Sahar Takshi, Centerspread Editor

October 30, 2012

Students in Advanced Placement social studies classes will be required to take standardized formative exams in the upcoming semester. Formative exams, similar to end-of-course exams, are standardized quarterly exams created by the county. The implementation of these exams disallows AP social studies teachers to create their own exams. “Formative exams... READ MORE »»

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Olympic sized taxes imposed on our world class Olympians

Kevin Sardja, Online Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2012

Taxes, a subject that make most people enraged, are once again on the rise. To add on to the rising tax on the middle class American families, our admired Olympic heroes are now being taxed for winning gold, silver and bronze medals. Wait a sec., what? Well, according to bankrate.com, Olympians are being taxed for both the cost of the medal as well... READ MORE »»

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Warped Tour: St Pete 2012

Rachelle Mourra, Graphics Editor

August 28, 2012

WHO: All Time Low, Bless The Fall, Breathe Carolina, and many more… WHAT: Warped Tour 2012 WHEN: Sunday, July 29, 2012 WHERE: Vinoy Park, St. Pete. Check out some of the pictures from Warped Tour 2012 in Vinoy Park!   img_1846_0◄ BackNext ►Picture 1 of 151 Tweet

Cyber bullying is a problem on the rise among teens

Sahar Takshi, Online Editor-in-Chief

Bullying takes many forms, traditionally verbal and physical, but one of the most common forms among today’s youth is cyber bullying. Younger generations... read story

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Band exhibits patriotism, pride in show

Lillia Zinszer, Editor-in-Chief

With their long hours of practice and vigorous exercise, marching band is an under appreciated extracurricular activity. If they aren’t working on the marching season, they... read story

November 7, 2013 • 0 comments

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New salad bar lunch can make a difference in students

New salad bar lunch can make a difference in students

Camila Acosta, Entertainment Editor

Finally, after uncountable years of gross, greasy and crummy school lunches, the new salad bar brings actual food that is worth waiting in the line of the new renovated cafeteria. In... read story

October 30, 2012 • 0 comments

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Yoder runs towards the Olympics

Leah Guertin, Staff Writer

For Senior Rachel Yoder, being an Olympian might just be in her future down the road. This summer, Yoder’s 4×4 relay team, the Matrix Track Club qualified for the Junior... read story

November 2, 2013 • 0 comments

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Coastline brings excitement to Tampa

Lillia Zinszer, Editor-in-Chief

Art! Food! Music! What more can The Coastline Festival bring to Tampa? With headlining bands such as Passion Pit, Two Door Cinema Club, and Matt & Kim, this festival is becoming... read story

November 7, 2013 • 0 comments

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Ultimate Frisbee club returns for another year

Lillia Zinszer, Opinions Editor

ULTIMATE! preparations are underway for Gaither’s ultimate frisbee club to restart for the 2012 – 2013 school year. The ultimate frisbee club last school year was thriving,... read story

October 30, 2012 • 0 comments

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