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Interviewing Mr. Miessau

Interviewing Mr. Miessau

Miah Alston, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


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Mr. Miessau is a teacher at Lake Mary high school. He teaches the subject forensics, he teaches all the grade levels in high school. Jasmine, in the eleventh grade says "He's really good at describing what's being taught and in general he's a enjoyable teacher." Most students who decide to take his class...

Abortion: Access Denied

Abortion: Access Denied

Kaavya S., News Editor

September 26, 2018


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More than 50 years later, the ruling on abortion remains unchanged. In 1973, the Supreme Court dealt with a case known as Roe vs. Wade, which outlawed abortion. According to recent reports by several of the United’s States political polls and analysists, Americans favor shifts towards the ridding of...

What Makes a Teen?

What Makes a Teen?

April 13, 2018


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Everyone likes to be independent, but at what point does independence become adulthood?  Sophomore year, most teens start driving; junior year, most teens start working; and senior year, teens become legal adults and prepare to go off to college.  This is the natural order of life, and always has been;...

The Cocoa Crisis

The Cocoa Crisis

Ryan M., Executive Editor

February 7, 2018


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40 years from now, the luxury of enjoying your favorite chocolate bar might be long gone. According to a recent report by two of the world's largest chocolate makers, the gap between how much chocolate the world consumes and how much cocoa makers can produce is only growing, and we will start to see...

Justice for Justice

Justice for Justice

Max Janowitz, Staffer

December 5, 2017


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Social injustice- namely racism- is largely ignored, even when it's happening right here in Lake Mary. Too many young minorities in our society have fallen victim to racial profiling.  Senior Justice Donald had an experience with this injustice firsthand during the Hurricane Irma break. "It was a normal...

Toys “R” Not For Us

Toys “R” Not For Us

Kaavya S., News Editor

December 5, 2017


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When we were younger, there was a great deal of excitement of going and picking out a brand-new toy from Toys “R” Us, which is America’s prime toy store. Do you remember the last time you explored the fun-filled aisles of a toy store? Well, I hope so because it turns out that you are going to be...

Falling In Love: Outdoor Edition

Falling In Love: Outdoor Edition

November 1, 2017


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Autumn is here, which means outdoor dates are now a comfortable option for lovers. Since Lake Mary is situated amongst a variety of natural landscapes, couples have endless opportunities to explore the outdoors while appreciating the cooler weather- together of course. Lake Louisa State Park: Located...

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...

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