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Senior Nicolas Cai works on his homework at tennis practice. Being in the gifted program often required setting aside a lot of time for assignments.

Not always a gift

Lukas Goodwin, Print Editor | April 8, 2021

Reciting numbers to prove one’s memory, solving various brain-teaser puzzles, and demonstrating basic literacy and math skills — all rudimentary tests to see if an elementary or middle schooler belongs...

The recent media coverage over the statistic 97% has once again brought light to just how big of an issue sexual harassment is, and how many women are afflicted even in our school.

“It happened to me.”

Chanson Cadet, Staff Reporter | April 7, 2021

Your last boyfriend was manipulative, gaslighting or manipulating you psychologically into believing you were not enough. The $20 he spent on your lunch was not a kind gesture, but an unspoken agreement...

Sophomore Desiree Snell posts pictures of her latest creations on her business Instagram in the hopes of attracting more potential customers. This strategy gives her plenty of experience in interacting with her consumer base and increasing her marketing skills.

Getting down to business

Gabriella Herrera, Staff Reporter | April 6, 2021

Interviewing for your first job. Working multiple days a week. Studying for a degree in a competitive industry. For the average high schooler, the idea of a career can be overwhelming and terrifying, and...

This is a daily routine page from freshman Josephine Santanas early bullet journal setup. She now uses her BUJO to create spreads about shows she enjoys.

A journey to self-organization

Sharika Khondaker, News Editor | March 17, 2021

Our daily lives are hectic, filled with many tasks and activities. With so much going on, it can be hard to keep track of everything. From productivity video rabbit holes on YouTube to trying time...

To apply for Bright Futures, students must complete forms logging their volunteer hours.

Bright Futures is in danger

Laura Shaw, Politics Editor | March 11, 2021

The average cost of in-state tuition at Florida State University and the University of Florida is $21,000 a year. The University of Central Florida is slightly less at about $17,000 a year but that is...

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