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Brayden Seymour wins the 1600m in the state championship. The boys track team came in seventh place.
Boys track finds success with brighter future ahead
Ava West, Staff Reporter | May 25, 2022

Junior Brayden Seymour was in the final lap of his 1600 meter race for the state championship....

Ainsley Pomp runs down the field with the ball. The team won against Timber Creek in the regional quarter final game.
Girls lacrosse finishes in top eight
Karson Cuozzo, Sports Editor | May 18, 2022

The girls lacrosse season came to an end on Friday, April 29, against Vero Beach High School...

The team celebrates with Alana Garcia and her partner, Anisa Mafarachisi, after winning the third set of their match against Oviedo. The team won 3-2 over in the District final and 3-0 in regionals.
Beach volleyball kills Oviedo in district final, dominates regionals
Alexis Madlang, Print Editor | May 4, 2022

It was the district final against Oviedo, and the pressure was on for senior Anisa Mafarachisi...

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As ethical diets rise in popularity, plant milks have become a frequent item in most grocery stores. However, most dairy substitutes run for almost double the price of regular dairy milk.
Ethicality: a half-truth
Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor | May 26, 2022

Misconceptions about diet culture are spreading like wildfire. While brands continue to take on “eco-friendly” initiatives, prices climb, profits explode and environmental...

Swifties are obsessed with finding easter eggs towards Taylor Swifts new songs and albums. While this can be fun, some fans take it too far.
Poppin' Off: Swifties and Easter Eggs
Skyler Glenn, Online Editor | May 25, 2022

Opening TikTok, you come across a video of an excited Swiftie explaining her latest theory. The video’s creator analyzes a cake that says “26,” emojis in Taylor’s...

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Winter Springs sophomore Amy Brewster and Oviedo sophomore Ella Pilacek chant My body, my choice at the Tuskawilla protest. Brewster organized this protest following the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that suggests the overturn of Roe v. Wade.
Pro-choice students protest Roe v. Wade overturn
Skyler Glenn, Online Editor | May 17, 2022

When Winter Springs sophomore Amy Brewster heard that the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggested the overturn of Roe v. Wade, she knew she had to do something. Outraged, Brewster independently organized a protest to show...

Last school year, graduate Isabel Perez was awarded the University of Tampa scholarship. She was one of 29 people that were recognized.
Admin hosts Awards Night
Zahra Ateeq, Staff Reporter | May 11, 2022

On May 17, administration will hold the annual Scholarship Awards Night in the auditorium at 6:50 to recognize seniors. The event is free to attend. Throughout the night, students will receive recognition for scholarships and...

Members of this trip stand in line at Disneyland in anticipation. It was really exciting to see how different Floridas DisneyWorld was from Californias, sophomore Emily Hanus said.
Choir goes to California
Zahra Ateeq, Staff Reporter | May 9, 2022

Sitting in the oldest church in San Diego on a Monday morning on March 28, choir students watched as their voices echoed off the walls of the Immaculate Conception Church. Students got to experience a few days of restless adventures...

Freshmen Annabelle Etz (left) and Josephine Lim (right) take notes in Geometry Honors. Two Geometry textbooks were rejected due to the discussion of banned topics.
Florida DOE rejects 41% of math textbooks
Skyler Glenn, Online Editor | May 6, 2022

Just weeks after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the Stop WOKE Act and “Don’t Say Gay” bills into law, the Florida Department of Education has rejected 41% of adopted math textbooks, and according to the FLDOE Press Office, one-third...

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Stereotypes about mental health illnesses can lead to even worse problems for victims, including low self esteem. If you are struggling with mental health issues, SAMHSAs national helpline is free and available 24/7. Call 1-800-662-HELP
The bad stereotype
Ava West, Staff Reporter | May 27, 2022

Amelia* opened up the first time to her mom with a therapist, to try and soften the blow. She was scared of what her mom and other family members would think when they found...

Eternally nocturnal - sleepless nights
Eternally nocturnal - sleepless nights
Joshua Krob, Staff Reporter | May 17, 2022

Everyone knows what to expect after pulling an all-nighter; you wake up bright and early for school and find yourself exhausted. You drag yourself through classes, falling...

Senior Dylan Post celebrating his last homecoming. Class of 2022 was the first senior class to have a homecoming in 2 years.
Loud, exciting, fulfilling
Alexis Madlang, Print Editor | May 13, 2022

 We are loud, we are exciting, we are fulfilling. We wear our colors with pride, we cheer on our teams, we strive for greatness. It is safe to say the graduating class of...

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