The Pony Express

The art of complaining eludes Americans

Laura Hogan, Opinions Editor

March 4, 2011

Complaining pervades our society. From the Jersey Shore to the Iowa plains, there are individuals who find it necessary to whine about overrated issues such as politics, revolutions, and even education, all in a useless effort...

Handy tips for surviving Gaither High School

Amber Razzano, Staff Writer

November 1, 2010

Every student has run into problems during the school year, whether it is getting lost or getting shoved around. High school is a hazardous place where crazy things happen but with these handy tips, your chances of survival will...

CON: Are Early Release Days a Necessity?

Midge Lee, Features Editor

October 8, 2010

Love em’ or hate em’, unfortunately, early release days are here to stay, at least for this school year. In the recent September 7 School Board meeting, the Hillsborough County School Board finalized and approved 14 new early...

Amendment to Tardy Policy Beyond Tardy

Staff Editorial

June 26, 2010

When those measly five minutes between class periods dwindle to an end, we all rush to our class, some even sprinting down the halls, to avoid getting the dreaded tardy slips. If a student racks up three or more slips in a nine...

America’s Impatience is Political Problem

Anthony Quartararo, Editor in Chief

June 26, 2010

For the voracious American body politic, the grass is always greener on the other side of the aisle. Remember when, only two years ago, Obama was promising reforms on Main Street and restraint on Wall Street, deftly crafting...

3-D Television the Latest Frontier, but Not Worth the Pop

Alexa Bolesta, Web Editor

June 25, 2010

Over the past few years, a new cash cow has been infiltrating the movie industry. Now it’s targeting television. 3-D technology is quickly becoming the newest multimedia frenzy, an unsurprising development considering how much pe...

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