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Standing next to the film club board in main hall, co-presidents Alexa Semmelmann and Owen Felton talk about their time with the film club. Film club consists of monthly meetings to talk about influential films.

Film club focuses on inclusivity

Samantha Macuare, Managing Editor
October 19, 2020
Walking down the aisle senior John Banks Whiteley holds his little sisters hand. Whiteley said his going miss going to Moes after meets with his teammates.

Swim team celebrates senior night

Kate Caranante, Editor in Chief
October 16, 2020
After fighting for five years, the Tampa Bay Lightning brought home the franchise’s second Stanley Cup after winning Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals 2-0 against the Dallas Stars on Monday, Sept. 28.  


Hartley Hill, Copy Editor
October 2, 2020
Standing alongside his family, senior wide receiver Ray Desanto smiles for a picture during the senior night ceremony. Desanto caught the first touchdown of the season versus Lennard on Friday, Sept. 11.

Varsity football honors seniors

Kate Caranante, Editor in Chief
September 17, 2020
Open to Canvas, the computer displays the dashboard where students can see their work for the upcoming week. Canvas has been used as the educational platform for e-learners and brick and mortar students.

Canvas Complaints and Confusion

Lauren Azevedo, Staff Member
September 16, 2020
 Hillsborough County Public Schools are limiting attendance to football games. The new spectator guidelines permit each participant to invite four people to attend.

Farewell Football Game Fun

Hartley Hill, Copy Editor
September 9, 2020
Surrounded by players, Weiner holds up the 2009 State Championship Trophy. Varsity football defeated Manatee High School 21-14.

More than a game

Kate Caranante, Sports Editor
February 26, 2020
American system fails as instrument of democracy when caucuses come into play.

Caucus Chaos

Graham Hill, Editor-in-Chief
February 25, 2020
Primary organizers for the “Break the Silence” basketball game, juniors Riley Schofner and Heather Mcgeachy hold a sign expressing their aim to “Stop the Violence.” Also known as “Get Loud”, this event requires the crowd to remain silent until the 9th point in honor of domestic violence victims.

Students fight for safety

February 26, 2019
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