The Rampage

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...

Kirsten’s Korner: The True Confessions of a Retail Employee

Kirsten’s Korner: The True Confessions of a Retail Employee

Kirsten K., Staffer

March 1, 2017


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In my year and a half of being a retail employee, I've learned one thing for sure, you truly don’t know how rude people are until you work in retail. All it takes is a year or so for the truth to sink in: Customers suck.  I made a list in which I titled, "The True Confessions of a Retail Employee"....

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...

What’s Aleppo?

What’s Aleppo?

Ana R., Editor

January 18, 2017


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Gary Johnson received a lot of flack for asking what “Aleppo” was and we all joined in on that bandwagon to make fun of him. However, how many of us actually know the details of what’s happening? Or where it even is in the first place? First off, Aleppo is a city in Syria, the capitol of the...

Cuffing Season

Cuffing Season

Kirsten Kossler, Campus Editor

January 8, 2016


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Our generation has come up with this universal social contract/“getting to know you” phase of relationships that is actually some type of nerve raking torture. The “talking” phase. It’s a period of overanalyzing, overthinking, and awkward uncertainty. Two people express interest in each...

School Lunches: Balancing Between Nutrition and Expenses

School Lunches: Balancing Between Nutrition and Expenses

Ally H., Staff Writer

January 13, 2015


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Most students don’t know that our cafeteria is responsible for not only the meals they make for us, but for most of the other Seminole county schools as well. As a high school cafeteria, it’s commonplace to hear complaints about the limited food choices there are, but you probably didn’t know that...

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