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Student Government Holds Elections

Charlotte Mansur | March 25, 2019

Monday, April 1 marks the start of the 2019-2020 student government elections which consist of future class and executive presidents, vice presidents, historians, secretaries and treasurers all ready to...

Unleashed dance team finishes the season off strong

Unleashed varsity dance team rehearses before their winter show on Dec. 14, 2018.
Jessica Maldonado, Lifestyles Editor | March 13, 2019

Another season down and the Unleashed Dance Team finished with a flourish in regionals and nationals.     On Saturday, March 9, the varsity dance team traveled to Seminole High School to compete...

Model UN hosts tournament

Talking to the club about current events, senior Michael Mcnamara and junior Artie Nayak were trying to explain to members the news of the week.
Olivia Gatchev, Staff Reporter | March 13, 2019

On Saturday, March 9 the students were able to hosted a tournament at the school. A week before the tournament students are given a packet that tells them what country they will represent and the issue...

Winterguard competition showcases Project Semicolon

The team poses after their most recent competition at Fleming Island High. At this competition, the team took second place.
March 13, 2019

The Winterguard team will take ot the stage, showcasing their talent and skill in a competitive performance at Freedom High School, on Saturday, March 16. This competition will closely follow their...

To trip or not to trip

The Hamlet production cover at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater
Sharika Khondaker, Staff Reporter | March 12, 2019

On March 5 and March 7,  the English department took seniors to the Orlando Shakespeare Theater to watch Hamlet. Seniors covered Shakespeare’s Hamlet in the 3rd quarter, and the play served as a way...

Mu Alpha Theta holds Pi Day bake sale

Sophomore Michael Rygh turns in his Pi Day form. Math teacher Aglaia Christodoulides, along with several other teachers, handed these slips out for students to select the pies they wished to purchase.
Lukas Goodwin, Staff Reporter | March 6, 2019

Blueberry, apple dutch and peach cobbler - iconic pie flavors available to those who participated in the school’s annual pie sale in commemoration of Pi Day, March 14. The Pi Day sale was hosted by the...

UCF students’ future at stake amidst scandal

UCF has misused $85 million in the last decade. President Dale Whittaker resigned as a result.
Michael Gibson, Sports Editor | March 6, 2019

As graduation is quickly approaching, many students are looking forward to moving off to college to begin their adult life, while others are looking forward to staying home and going to Seminole State...

DECA business club competes at states

DECA club awaits for the awards ceremony to start. Last year, only three members of the club qualified for states and attended, but, this year, DECA tripled their members, with nine students who attended and four award winners.
Ahilyn Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief | March 6, 2019

Sophomore Laura Darty did not expect much. Her only prior experience was a mock competition at UCF, so Darty went into her first state competition not thinking about awards. But as the weekend concluded,...

Exploring Engineering

The female engineering students were given the opportunity to teach classes at the SWE Conference last year. This conference allows high school students to work on projects and hear stories from experts.
Emily Cosio, News Editor | March 4, 2019

Society of Women Engineers College Day, an engineering outreach event for girls in high school, will be held on Saturday, April 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m at UCF in the Business Administration I building....

Administration gets tough on THC

Administration gets tough on THC
Andrea Izaguirre, Staff Reporter | March 1, 2019

Due to the increase of incidents in the past year, school officials have altered the consequences for drug possession and usage on school grounds, due to the abuse of e-cigarette and dab pens carrying...

Bryson Turner runner-up for journalist of the year

Senior Bryson Turner submitted this photo for his required action photo for the application.
Jessica Maldonado, Lifestyles Editor | February 28, 2019

After two months spent creating a portfolio to showcase his skills in journalism, senior Bryson Turner placed second for Florida’s Student Journalist of the Year. “One of the reasons I entered this...

Debate travels to Harvard

Seniors Alexis O'Brien, Sarah Gil and junior Grace Maddron play in the snow on the Harvard campus.
Hannah Hadelman, Staff Reporter | February 22, 2019

On Feb. 15, the debate team traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts to compete in the 45th National Harvard Forensics Tournament. Along the way, they made school history. The team stayed at the Irving...

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