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Spending Day of Love Alone Has Its Benefits

Kayla Cantres, Staff Writer

February 12, 2016

Filed under Opinions

Valentine's Day is particularly meant for those who share a strong bond and love for one another. I'd be lying if I said true love wasn't hard to find, which means for a lot people Valentine's Day is nothing more than another...

Sweet Gifts To Give Your Sweetie!

Noel Lyons, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

Filed under Editorial, Opinions, Pro & Con, Student Perspective, Top Stories

Did you forget about Valentine’s Day? Out of ideas? Need a cute gift fast? Valentine’s Day is a day to give your significant other a gift of appreciation, or to show you really do care for them. As a female, personally...

Have a (Florida State) Fair Time

Kayla Cantres, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

Filed under Features, Local Events, Opinions, Pro & Con

Family fun is at its finest at the Florida State Fair, which comes every year in February, since 1904 Florida has organized a fair with rides and food. The fair is an affordable, and convenient way to bring families together...

Eight Things You Can Buy Instead of a Grad Bash Ticket

Michael Alpuin, Managing Editor

February 9, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

With the cost of Grad Bash at Universal Orlando being set at $110, students may begin to question if the annual trip exclusive to seniors is worth the hefty price tag. To help with this once in a lifetime decision, we've compiled...

Day Off for the State Fair… the Negatives

Noel Lyons, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

Filed under Pro & Con

Every year, Hillsborough county students get a day off of school and a free admission ticket. Even though the day is meant for the fair, most students don’t go because of the amount of problems. Since its half of the county,...

It’s Never Too Early for Christmas

Hannah Reasor, Entertainment Editor

December 10, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Christmas: A holiday that many people celebrate and many stores materialize, which seems to come sooner and sooner every year. Many people do not believe that Christmas should be celebrated earlier than its designated “season.”...

In the Present Excited About Presents

Nick Delrio, News/Features Editor

December 9, 2015

Filed under Opinions

It’s the most wonderful time of the year-- almost. The excitement of Christmas is unbearable; you’ve been waiting all year and now that time is nearing to the one day of ultimate joy, you’re too excited to hide it. In...

SAT Score Delays Lead Students to Question College Board’s Reliability

Michael Alpuin, Managing Editor

December 3, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Top Stories

College Board has recently been experiencing nationwide interruptions in sending students’ Scholastic Aptitude Test scores to colleges leaving many college applicants helpless. This delay has been giving students difficult...

Traditional Thanksgiving with a Twist

Kayla Cantres, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Growing up in a Hispanic household, my meals are slightly different than the traditional thanksgiving meals as everyone else might have. I spend my thanksgiving mornings waking up in annoyance to Spanish music blasting throughout...

Christmas: Celebrating Before December?

Hannah Reasor, Entertainment Editor

November 17, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Pro & Con

Christmas: A holiday that many people celebrate and many stores materialize, which seems to come sooner and sooner every year. Many people do not believe that Christmas should be celebrated earlier than its designated “season.”...

Thanksgiving Family Traditions

Leigh Dittman, Staff Writer

November 17, 2015

Filed under Editorial

Thanksgiving, just like any other holiday, is filled with traditions that have happened for years within families. Growing up the daughter of a fireman, I’ve gotten accustomed to two typical types of Thanksgiving. Years...

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