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Andrea Izaguirre

Andrea Izaguirre, Social Media Editor

Andrea Izaguirre is a senior and has been a staffer for three years. As a current Social Media editor, she has a passion for “making things pretty”, whether that be through traditional/digital art, music, or her writing. Her other hobbies include letting other people drive her places, reading up on philosophical/political theories, and going to obscure beach towns.

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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

April 8, 2021
Grammy Award winning artist Lil Nas X releases

Slandering his name

April 1, 2021
Seniors Izzy Pacheco (L) and Matt Troell (R) stand with junior Sophia Prascuito (M) displaying their preferred pronoun sets. The three students stand in front of the traditional non-binary flag colors.

Bound to the Norm

February 17, 2021
Senior Briana Lopez displays her One Direction themed poster and Harry Style's vinyl covers that adorn her bedroom wall.

Boyz 2 Men

January 4, 2021
In light of a global pandemic, deciding whether or not to socially celebrate your birthday can be challenging.

Pity party

December 17, 2020
Junior Charissa Thompson drinks coffee regularly, to maintain energy levels during the school year. She began relying on the beverage much more after entering high school.

Caffeine craze

December 9, 2020
Sophomores Dylan Grossenbaugh (left) and Victor Jimenez (right) discuss an assignment in English. Masks are required and social distancing is encouraged in classrooms.

[Photo] A new wave

November 29, 2020
Starring Anya Taylor-Joy.

One move ahead

November 24, 2020
Junior Sebastian Fernandez and senior Laura Shaw phone bank on behalf of Florida Senate candidate Patricia Sigman. They called potential voters to ask if people if they had voted yet, and if not they provided advice on how to do so.

The political divide

October 25, 2020

Advocating for action

October 25, 2020
Sponsored by the girl’s laccrose team, the annual pumpkin patch went up early this fall. Carving pumpkins is a great alternative to trick-or-treating, which has been discouraged this year due to coronavirus.

No candy, just rocks

October 15, 2020

Devilishly good

September 25, 2020

Too quick to cancel?

September 22, 2020
A killer disaster

A killer disaster

September 20, 2020
20 Questions with DaCosta

20 Questions with DaCosta

September 16, 2020
Natalia Alvarez and Tania Sims, members of Ready Set Reform, speak before Oviedo protestors. They led a march in Oviedo on the Park to support the Black Lives Matter movement.

A race for change

September 8, 2020
Cursed with a bad rep

Cursed with a bad rep

September 8, 2020
Government teacher Matthew Malkovich teaches his online students through WebEx, while juggling his face-to-face students at the same time.

Seminole Disconnected

September 1, 2020
Celebrities such as Charlie Puth and John Legend have taken to Instagram Live to perform impromptu concerts for their fans.

Quarantainment

May 25, 2020
Continue to care

Continue to care

May 5, 2020
Junior Hannah Sanchez, design editor for the yearbook staff, works on a spread. She, along with all other staffers, had to finish designing the book from home this year.

Under pressure

April 21, 2020
Junior Samantha Sutch plays Animal Crossing: New Horizons on her Nintendo Switch. She bought the game the day it was released, March 20.

April 2, 2020
Junior Jackson Schwerdt performs an ollie, a popular trick many skateboarders learn. He usually practiced a few times a week for a couple hours.

Pride of the ride

March 16, 2020
Junior Amy Joachim poses in the butterfly garden. Joachim's outfit consists of almost entirely  thrifted materials.

Loud and proud

March 9, 2020
Wyatt Oleff and Sophia Willis in

I am okay with this

February 28, 2020
Make it or break it

Make it or break it

February 7, 2020
Fear Factor

Fear Factor

December 28, 2019

Tasteful Entertainment

December 19, 2019
Junior Celeste Dixon takes down the roof of her convertible.  She drove it to and from school every day.

Shifting into high gear

December 7, 2019
The constellation Ophiuchus is the argument-inducing 13th sign of the astrological calendar that started gaining popularity in the 1970s and resurfacing every couple of years.

It’s not in the stars

October 29, 2019
Freshman Owen Gurtner opens up his phone to play Mario Kart Tour after math class.

On track

October 15, 2019
Zhang explains the directions to a calligraphy activity the class is doing.  Calligraphy is a traditional art form popular in China.

Made for Mandarin

September 11, 2019
Senior Anna Cushman (middle)  makes a Tik Tok outside her 5th period with junior Sam Cosentini (right). Freshamn Schyler Arroyo (left) recorded the footage.

Everybody’s famous

September 8, 2019
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