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Joanne Haner

Joanne Haner has 16 articles published.

Joanne is the editor-in-chief of this publication. She is a junior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. Although this is only her second year on the newspaper staff, her passion for journalism is a crucial part of her life. Joanne is also a member the Chinese Honor Society, Quill and Scroll and Key Club. She is treasurer of the English Honor Society and a secretary and historian for the Mu Alpha Theta math team. In her free time she enjoys writing or listening to music, specifically Panic! at the Disco.
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Student researchers win big at ISEF

Out of the many rigorous programs offered at Heritage, science research is unique. Students begin the developing and completing their respective projects well before the rest of the student body thinks about his or her science fair project. Five science research students had their projects make their way to Pittsburgh, Penn last week to represent American Heritage School and the state of Florida at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Keep Reading

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Just hit play: #ItEndsWithUs

Since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting less than ninety days ago, students across the county as well as the nation have worked endlessly to spark a change for better safety and gun policy. Senior Ryan Methot, in collaboration with fellow activists from Cypress Bay High School and Sagemont High School, is working on a video with a new movement: #ItEndsWithUs, complete with interviews from Florida politicians and student input from schools throughout Broward County.   Keep Reading

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Students gather during lunch to make their voices heard

Seniors Min-kyu Kim, Zihan Kabir, Zachary Spicer, Alec Chao, Aditya Bafna, David Min and Andrew Bass were busy spreading the word about a safe alternative to the walkout. Only planned the day before, the group tried to notify as many students as possible about the plan for students to gather at the bleachers by the football field during lunch to show their support for Stoneman Douglas. Keep Reading

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