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Amber Bhutta

Amber Bhutta has 24 articles published.

As Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Patriot Post and a third-year staffer, Amber lives and breathes journalism. Alongside her better half and Co-Editor Angela, she converted The Patriot Post into a news magazine and often refers to it as her child. She also serves as the National Honor Society President and English Honor Society Vice President and competes in science research and Model UN. In her (limited) free time, Amber volunteers in the ICU at Cleveland Clinic, bakes, reads, shops and eats brunch (her favorite meal).

Seniors jumpstart college process

Rising seniors returned to school early as they gathered in the Upper School Media Center for Senior Jumpstart to prepare for the college application process. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Aug. 7-9, students listened to presentations by their college advisors, as well as a guest speaker about various aspects of the application process, and had opportunities to ask questions. Keep Reading

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Pre-Med society hosts 5k for a Better Day

For nearly 12 months, Pre-Med officers and members hunted for sponsors, recruited runners and promoted the event. The Greater Fort Lauderdale Runners Club assisted in organizing the logistics for the 5k, with Pre Med officers acting as liaisons between it and those participating in the event. Keep Reading

Photo: Joanne Haner
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Students gather to spark a change

In fewer than 48 hours, American Heritage seniors Sydnie Rathe, Nicholas Fonseca and Faith Ward organized a school-wide protest for gun control in response to last week’s deadly massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD). The seniors cited the Not One More rally for firearm safety legislation at the Federal Courthouse Feb. 17 as inspiration for their protest. Keep Reading

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