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WW3: The Fight for Trump’s America

WW3: The Fight for Trump’s America

Ryan E

April 25, 2017


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It was declared by President Trump, from his leather recliner in Mar-a-lago, that the United States have officially declared war on everyone else. Offering some comfort for the already egotistical nation, Trump explained, “The world is a very dangerous place. It’s our job to stop bad things from...

Phobias– Why Are You So Scared?

Phobias– Why Are You So Scared?

Zoya M., Staff

March 16, 2017


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Phobias can destroy your life. You usually have no say in the matter as well. Genetics determine 25%-65% of what phobias you have. So if your mom or dad or even your grandparents have a fear of apples, you’re more likely to be scared of them too. In a test performed with mice, scientists associated...

Crime Against Cursive

Crime Against Cursive

Madison.C, Staff

March 16, 2017


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Generation Z (those born in 1996 through 2010) have been brutally punished by the generations before us; we weren't taught how to write. Their excuse? "Everything is online, kids don't have to read or write real letters anymore." This gave them the right to allow kids to hold their pencils with the same...

Is Understanding Basic Geography a Thing of the Past?

Is Understanding Basic Geography a Thing of the Past?

March 16, 2017


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At Lake Mary High School, the only course offered that remotely ties into geography and maps would be AP Human Geography; over the summer, students must study countries on the continents all over the world and, within the first two weeks of school, take quizzes on what they have learned.  AP Human is...

Are Cheetos Being Changed to Apples? It’s Already Happening…

Are Cheetos Being Changed to Apples? It’s Already Happening…

Madison C., Marketing Manager

March 1, 2017


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Now that summer is nearly here, lame school lunches can turn into summer brunches. Three-story high Chipotle bowls will replace our lame crushed Doritos and a couple of Oreos. Hopefully next year the school meal options will be better since there is a nutritional revolution occurring. According...

Over-use of Technology in SCPS Schools

Over-use of Technology in SCPS Schools

March 1, 2017


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We have all heard it; "this assignment is due by midnight tonight on eCampus.  No late work will be accepted."  For most people, this would be no problem; they could just go home, type up the paper on their laptop, and easily turn it in to eCampus before the deadline.  However, what about the kids...

The Cuban Embargo; Friend or Foe

The Cuban Embargo; Friend or Foe

Madison.C, Staff

March 1, 2017


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Former president John F Kennedy officially placed sanctions on Cuba all the way back in 1962. Since then, Cuba has been sucked down into the black hole of communistic regime and citizen oppression. Now that Fidel Castro has fallen and President Trump is running the White house, the question of whether...

Uber Sketchy

Uber Sketchy

Avah M., Staffer

March 1, 2017


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Services such as Uber and couchsurfing have become increasingly popular. But as you start to look into these services, their credibility starts to seem pretty questionable. Tired of paying for a hotel every time you travel? You might consider couchsurfing next time, a "free" hospitality service in...

To Weed or Not to Weed

To Weed or Not to Weed

Caroline S., Editor in Chief

January 31, 2017


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During election season, you may have heard speculation about “Amendment 2.” The legislation has been on the table for a while, but Florida finally legalized medical marijuana with a passing percentage of 71.3. But, Florida is still a little behind. States like Massachusetts passed recreational use...

Cuffing Season is Canceled

Cuffing Season is Canceled

Lauren R., Staffer

January 27, 2017


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With the holiday season coming and going, it’s noticeable how many relationships are doing the same. Statistics say that the months of December and January are the second most common times of the year for break ups, next to spring break (who knew?). Love birds of Lake Mary flooded the hall as we let...

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