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Miley did her thang at the Amway Center

Miley did her thang at the Amway Center

SARINA SUTTON, STAFF WRITER

March 27, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz Tour stop on March 24 was definitely not a Nashville party. The show kicked off with Swedish duo Icona Pop, who were surprisingly both passionate and electrifying. The duo, comprised of Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo, performed songs with infectious dance beats that had the crow...

Rivalries rake in the crowds

BRADLEY HULL, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2014


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

After this past summer’s FHSAA redistricting, Trinity Prep and Lake Highland are now in the same district in six different sports. This action has brought back a long time inner-city rivalry in full force.  On January 24, the Saints Varsity Basketball team hosted a home game against the Highlanders...

Spring break staycations

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES

If you’re not going skiing or visiting a big city during spring break, chances are you will be sitting on the beach the entire week. If you are looking for activities to do around the oh-so uneventful Orlando, look no further. Wekiwa Springs State Park When the beach becomes boring after the sixth ...

The blue and gold trap

BRIAN MIN, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

With the Peace Jam’s Untrap Untapped Potential Chapel about women’s rights, there was a flurry of negative comments ranging from how women already have most rights to how advancing women’s rights was “a political agenda.” Because few students are involved in school organizations, we often have ...

Herron hones in on potential

Herron hones in on potential

SCOTT STINSON, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

As a freshman, he started as a running back and linebacker on the varsity football team and led the varsity baseball team in batting average. The next year, as a sophomore, he won 3A District Player of the Year as a quarterback, his first time ever playing the position. Most high school athletes dream...

Walker’s ‘Waiting in the Wings’ wows witnesses

Walker’s ‘Waiting in the Wings’ wows witnesses

MARC LACOGNATA, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

March 25, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

For a show about old people, Waiting in the Wings sure felt young and lively in its nature. The play was so rejuvenating; the students honed in their acting abilities and were unbelievably brilliant. Each character had niches and unique movements that were their own, and that was what made the pr...

Butrimas’s past goes down in history

ALISHA RAJAN, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2014


Filed under NEWS

  From skiing adventures in Colorado to travel trips to Russia, upper school AP United States History teacher Darcy Butrimas has had many influential experiences throughout her life. Since her dad was a labor negotiator, Butrimas’s family was forced to migrate often, beginning at ...

Is Michael Sam the next Jackie Robinson?

Is Michael Sam the next Jackie Robinson?

DANIEL STEIN, SPORTS EDITOR

March 9, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.” -Declaration of Independence America is known as a melting pot. People from all backgrounds have been given the opportunity to succeed, and  this is what makes America the greatest country in the world-except if you are...

Fifteen Minutes of Foreigner

Fifteen Minutes of Foreigner

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

March 9, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

When talking about classic rock music, big names like Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, and Aerosmith come to mind. By combining complicated guitar riffs and electrifying drums with the Mick Jones’ highly respected vocals, Foreigner has earned the accreditation of being noted along side these legend...

From optime to sobresaliente, foreign languages conquer

From optime to sobresaliente, foreign languages conquer

AMBER YANG, STAFF WRITER

March 9, 2014


Filed under NEWS

In the upcoming weeks, the Spanish and Latin language departments will attend various academic competitions that enable students to personally experience different cultures. These conventions attract participants from all across the state, and their purpose is to promote learning foreign languages in...

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