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Trump comes home for homecoming rally

In order to celebrate officially moving to Florida, President Donald J. Trump controversially visited Broward County, Florida’s most overwhelmingly Democratic district, Tues. Nov. 26 for a “homecoming” rally. … Keep Reading

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NSPA: Now more than ever

The National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) held in Washington, D.C. Nov. 20-24 had over 8,000 journalism students and advisors attend the event to hear speakers from around the country and workshops about a variety of journalism-related topics. … Keep Reading

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MUN more time

Before the Thanksgiving season came to an end, the Model United Nations (MUN) team gave themselves much to be thankful for after their award-winning performances at two conferences. … Keep Reading

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Welcome to our TED talks

While we often watch TED talks and clips from TED conferences in our various classes, a select eight of our fellow classmates seized the opportunity to give their very own TED talks in an independently organized TEDx event right here … Keep Reading

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Battle of the college majors

In a society heavily embedded with competition, students may find it difficult to focus on themselves and refrain from comparing grades, test scores and awards with those of their peers. This sense of validation through comparison extends beyond components of … Keep Reading

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Killing it with The Killers

Holding up a sign asking band The Killers “Can I Play Drums on ‘For Reasons Unknown?’,” Verebay had hopes of rocking out with the band at the Riptide Music Festival Nov. 23. … Keep Reading

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A zoo of her own

While some people may beg their parents for a puppy or kitten, eighth-grader Isabella Gauthier takes the term “pet” to a new level. With 108 pets, including a zebra, sloth, otter, llama and camel, Gauthier’s responsibilities differ from a typical … Keep Reading

When he’s not keeping campus safe, Mr. Reardon can be found baking for Heritage faculty and the PTO. (Photo/Kristen Quesada)
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Serve and protect (and bake)

Though he has spent most of his life protecting the South Florida community, Security Supervisor Mr. Michael Reardon has found comfort in baking, a not so typical activity for someone with a history in law enforcement and security. … Keep Reading

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