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School Spirit Soars

School Spirit Soars

OLIVER TRAPP, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under NEWS

When the new mascot’s name was announced at the final fall pep rally in October, a victorious roar erupted from the anxious audience. Boys and girls proclaimed the name of the inaugurated legend, Bosco. However, Bosco is not the only object redefining school spirit this year. With a winning football...

Fifteen minutes of The Maine

Fifteen minutes of The Maine

SARINA SUTTON and KENDALL ROTAR

December 5, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

“Just this once, just for now, you can be anything, anything in the world.” Stemming from the title track of The Maine’s newest full-length album, Forever Halloween, this lyric represents the theme of the entire album. Formed in 2006, the Arizona rock band has toured with the likes of Good Cha...

Marco- No Polo

Marco- No Polo

DANIEL STEIN, SPORTS EDITOR

December 5, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

The sport of wrestling dates back to the times of Ancient Greece. It was one of the first Olympic events and has remained popular for thousands of years. The game has evolved, but the basic principles remain the same. In 1903, the first collegiate wrestling match took place, when Yale faced Columbia...

How to find the perfectly unique gift: The inside scoop on thinking outside the box

How to find the perfectly unique gift: The inside scoop on thinking outside the box

LEXIE DANTES and SIRISHA GADDIPATI

December 5, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

It’s that time of year again. The exchange begins, and the giver-getters gather around the tree—bags and boxes in hand, ribbons tied to perfection and anticipation brimming at the edge. It’s the ultimate guessing game—a slight shake here, a little knock there—to figure out what each package...

Just five more minutes! The case for letting teenagers sleep in

Just five more minutes! The case for letting teenagers sleep in

TONI CROSS, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under OPINIONS

Have good grades, have a social life, get enough sleep.  Choose two. There are days when I get to school at 7:15 a.m. and don’t leave until 6:30 p.m.  Of course education is my biggest priority as a teenager, but when did going to school become a full-time job?  I guess it’s my fault that I...

Orlando City kicks up excitement

Orlando City kicks up excitement

SCOTT STINSON, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

Orlando is a city of theme parks and tourism, not professional sports. But with the emergence of the Orlando City Lions as a premier minor league soccer team, that image might just change. Central Florida sports fans are starting to recognize good talent when they see it, and Orlando City is very talented....

From Big Ben to the Serengeti, get ready for the trip of a lifetime

ALISHA RAJAN, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under NEWS

   In the upcoming year, fascinating new trips have been planned for students to do during their breaks.  On the trips, students will have the opportunity to visit and learn about various attractions as well as gain a memorable experience alongside their peers.  The new trips for this school year include a spr...

Seniors speak of Forensics success

Seniors speak of Forensics success

AMBER YANG, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under NEWS

From practices nearly every day to competing at national tournaments, dedication runs anything but short amongst the seniors on the Speech and Debate team. Seniors Marc Lacognata, Liam Philiben, Joseph Robillard and Miles Saffran are experiencing an overwhelming amount of success this year. They began...

Small space makes it hard to bulk up

ROGER HOLLER IV, SPORTS WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

Imagine 30 sweaty people shoved in a classroom space.  Sounds like an uncomfortable situation.  In our weight room this seems to almost be a daily occurrence. Our school’s weight room has been around since 2001.  In this space, Sports Spectrum Performance (SSP), trainer Cal McLellan helps...

Frosty The No-Man

Frosty The No-Man

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER

December 5, 2013


Filed under OPINIONS

November 1: the day playing Christmas carols is deemed acceptable. I find my knuckles growing whiter than a sugar cookie while driving to school when I hear Mariah Carey’s  “All I Want for Christmas is You” blasting on the radio. By the time Christmas is finally here, these songs are obnoxiou...

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