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God bless Lana Del Rey

God bless Lana Del Rey

Grace Beneke and Lexi Good

February 27, 2018


Filed under THE BITE

 On February 2, flower crowns, winged eyeliner and heart-shaped sunglasses paraded the streets of downtown Orlando as Lana Del Rey performed at the Amway Center. She began her “Lust For Life” tour on January 5 and will be on tour for the next three months.   Kali Uchis, Del Rey’s opening act, se...

Now is the time to have a voice on the issues

ZACH WATSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

February 26, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS

  In the wake of the deaths of 17 students and faculty at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14, I have heard many young adults and high school students express their frustration on the inaction of both the state and national Congresses in implementing any plan to prevent more gun violen...

Review of “Man of the Woods”

Amber Rampersaud, STAFF WRITER

February 21, 2018


Filed under THE BITE

  Before I listened to Man of the Woods, I thought it would be another revolutionary game-changer in the music industry. However, I wasn’t completely right. Justin Timberlake’s latest attempt at a country-pop-jazz hybrid album was not quite my style. Even with features from Alicia Keys and Ch...

Comedian Trevor Noah comes to Orlando

Comedian Trevor Noah comes to Orlando

Julia Gibbons, The Bite Editor

February 12, 2018


Filed under THE BITE

   Ever since Jon Stewart hosted “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, it has been considered one of the wittiest and best-written late-night talk shows on air. Trevor Noah became the host in 2015. Young and fresh, Noah brings a new edgy comedy to the show that the previous host John Stewart wasn...

Celebrating the best of 2017

Julia Gibbons, Amber Rampersaud, and Allie Stein

February 12, 2018


Filed under THE BITE

  Movies: “Lady Bird” Ever since the days of John Hughes, coming-of-age films have become a cinema cliche. Director Greta Gerwig goes beyond creating another anguished teen movie, but instead creates one that is timeless for years to come. Gerwig bases the film off of her own life grow...

Dating in the digital age

Carly Swain, FOCUS EDITOR

February 12, 2018


Filed under FOCUS

    In today’s world of senseless Snapchat streaks, staged Instagram posts and over analyzed read receipts, the line between virtual reality and reality is becoming increasingly blurred. If someone breaks a 200-day streak out of the blue, it must mean they want to break off the friendship. If someone do...

That’s a rap

LEXI GOOD, STAFF WRITER

February 8, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS

Sadie Hawkins 2018: you’re dancing with your friends, whipping, nae-naeing and jujuing on that beat when suddenly you hear rapper Eminem say, “you’re the kind of girl I’d like to assault.” You, (A.) sit down on the dancefloor in silent protest or (B.) Dance harder; Eminem doesn’t really mean...

The Briefs: Women’s march

OLIVIA DEMETRIADES, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

February 8, 2018


Filed under NEWS

Sunday, Jan. 21 marked the second year that demonstrators gathered for the Women’s March, protesting for women’s rights and equality in response to the current political and social climate. All across America, millions gathered to show their support for the movement. Cities like New York City and...

Starving artists in the making

SAMY ASFOOR, STAFF WRITER

February 8, 2018


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Little kids almost always have an idea of what they want to be when they grow up. Some want to be singers, dancers, artists, actors and celebrities. Sadly, most of those dreams slip away as they grow up and learn that there is a clearer path towards success. Years of medical or law schools guarant...

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