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January 2019


Bring back the laptops

I see the evidence I racked my brain for to show that laptops surpass iPads in terms of efficiency and staying on track. My proof: without thinking, I chose to bring my laptop across the country instead of my iPad, subconsciously knowing my MacBook Pro would best allow me to complete my work. Keep Reading


Campus Reviews: Florida college tour

Although I dream of living somewhere colder (read: anywhere without four seasons of hot, scorching, slightly windy/chilly and wow-it’s-fifty-degrees-time-to-bundle-up) for college, the recent Florida college tour I went on opened my eyes to schools I hadn’t originally seen myself going to. Keep Reading


“Doing It for the Cord” isn’t such a bad thing

When it comes to graduating, even some aspects of that achievement are quantifiable. Seniors may feel an inflated or deflated sense of worth depending on how many cords they wear as they walk across the stage. This leads students who are eligible to join honor societies to do so simply for the sake of getting the cord when they graduate, which seems inherently negative and self-interested. Keep Reading

Game Coverage/Sports

Lady Patriots defeat Jaguars to win district championship

After 90 minutes of play and one goal scored, the Lady Patriots soccer team will move on to the FHSAA Class 3A State Tournament to try to win its eleventh state championship. The Lady Patriots defeated the Pines Charter Jaguars 1-0 at home Friday to win the district championship, after previously dominating the Coconut Creek Cougars 9-0 on Wednesday. Keep Reading

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