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Are Gender Neutral Bathrooms Good?

Are Gender Neutral Bathrooms Good?

Aubrey H., Staffer

December 6, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Disney is now allowing gender neutral bathrooms, meaning anyone who says they are female or male can go into the bathroom accordingly. No one can tell them otherwise. These bathrooms are a problem because men go into the girl’s bathroom for inappropriate reasons. This is very serious because of how...

Youth Exchange or Life Exchange?

Youth Exchange or Life Exchange?

Kaavya S., News Editor

December 6, 2017


Filed under Campus News, Opinion, Top Stories

The Rotary Club provides high school students with the opportunity to participate in an exchange program for the summer or an entire school year. The program is a lengthy process of applications, forms, interviews, and learning. Students have a variety of countries to choose from, including France, Norway,...

But is dance even a sport?

But is dance even a sport?

Susana G., Opinion Editor

September 7, 2017


Filed under Opinion

With the beginning of the school year come the awkward ice-breaking games and the "get to know each other" questions, so when my turn comes and someone asks: "Do you play any sports?" and I  confidently  answer:  "Yes, I dance!", that person looks back at me with disappointment and says the worst...

Zombies or Sleepless Students: Does School Start too Early?

Zombies or Sleepless Students: Does School Start too Early?

Ryan M.

April 25, 2017


Filed under Opinion

  Lake Mary's starting bell rings at 7:15 AM every morning; but is that too early?  Many students don't get to sleep until midnight then wake up bright and early the next day at 5AM.  To sum it up, high schoolers almost never get the full eight and a half hours of sleep they need to function. Due...

Will Modern Day Feminism Result in Drafting Girls?

Will Modern Day Feminism Result in Drafting Girls?

Ryan M.

April 25, 2017


Filed under Opinion

In today's modern age, feminism is more prominent than ever.  From the Women's March on Washington (January 21, 2017) to women working to earn equal pay as their men co-workers in their professions, feminism is everywhere.  However, some say that if girls want to fight to have equal rights, they should...

They had a dream…

They had a dream…

Susana G., Opinion Editor

March 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

  Once upon a time in a land not far away , hundreds of pilgrims came to America with a dream, a dream to find a land where they could say what they wanted to say, believe what they wanted to believe in and be who they wanted to be. To their luck they found what they wanted and after years of...

Jealous Relationships

Jealous Relationships

March 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Since elementary school, kids pretend they have weddings or dates for sometime until it happens. Finally, that first REAL relationship and that person is the best thing that’s happened to you and you’ll be together forever and everything is beautiful and good with the world but then… Why does she...

Bathroom passes and Ebola

March 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

A new addition has forced it's way into Lake Mary. Let's be real, it is the most disgusting thing yet. I may just be me over thinking the process, but these new hall passes travel with every student to the bathroom. Being hung on the door, placed on the floor or even falling in the toilet- every pa...

Why Are You So Offended?

Why Are You So Offended?

March 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Do you ever find yourself laughing at jokes not many others find funny? Do people say you make "crude" jokes, and that what you just said was messed up? Then you probably have gallows humor! (or you're just mean). Gallows humor is grim and ironic in a hopeless or desperate situation. It can be used...

Fighting Back in Code Reds?

Fighting Back in Code Reds?

Ryan L., Staffer

January 23, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Code reds are terrifying drills that evoke fear in students all around the country.  Hiding under desks and tables and hoping not to have a shooter walk into your classroom is quite horrifying, but the fear doubles when your teachers and administrators are training you to attack the intruder. Students...

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