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Above is the homepage to Florida’s Department of Public Health Website, where you can find out more information of making an appointment and vaccine sites.
Florida government begins distribution of COVID-19 vaccine
Valentina Llano, News Editor • February 23, 2021

Note: The number of vaccines administered and confirmed COVID-19 cases changes on a daily. The numbers...

A screenshot of the Zoom meeting held on Thursday, February 18.
Principal Springer clarifies senior events policy
Garrett Shanley, Editor-in-Chief • February 23, 2021

Yesterday, February 18, a Zoom meeting was held by administration and Class of 2021 leadership to clarify...

Links to food support programs such as SNAP and CUFBA are listed down below. Remember, it’s okay to ask for help!
A Food Insecurity Discussion for Upcoming College Freshman
Valentina Llano, News Editor • May 12, 2021

The Unspoken Issue Everyone knows or has at least heard those stories of people living through college...

How to prevent sexual assaults on college campuses
Shauna George, Staff Writer • May 12, 2021

TW: Sexual assault Going to a new college, or any new place is always scary, especially if you don’t...

Pawcast Episode 1.3: “Humans aren't too bad”
Garrett Shanley, Diane Del Rio, Editor-in-Chief, Features Editor • February 11, 2021

In this episode, we examine the purpose of Valentine's Day and the importance of loving each other in...

Enough is Enough: An illustration by Olivia Spinola
A retrospective of the Stoneman Douglas Tragedy and how we can make a difference
Madalen Erez, Literary Arts Editor • February 9, 2021

Introduction Three years ago, Valentine’s Day in our community was forever transformed. Innocent happiness...

Online vs in-person school: Which is the ultimate teaching method?
Alisson Tovar, Staff Writer • January 30, 2021

Since most students' return to in-person school, curiosity sparked as to whether school was better or...

Opinion: School prepares us for testing, not learning
Simar Kapoor, Staff Writer • April 20, 2021

Schools nationwide stress testing and high grades for funding. For example, an A level school would receive...

Opinion: Are uniforms really necessary during online school?
Leah Jimenez, Staff Writer • April 20, 2021

Many schools around the world have their own uniform rules. School uniforms nourish a sense of equality...

To All The Boys Ive Loved Before: Third times the charm
To All The Boys I've Loved Before: Third times the charm
Gabrielle Merchant, Entertainment Editor • April 20, 2021

Fans of the book and movie trilogy To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before have different opinions on the...

Marvel transitions into Phase Four of the Marvel Universe with the interestingly different miniseries ‘WandaVision’, a show involving more questions than answers. 
WandaVision: Marvel’s sitcomy beginning into a new era of heroes and villains.
Valentina Llano, News Editor • March 17, 2021

A jumpy jingle, a loving couple, welcoming neighbors, and a town highlighted by the varying 20th century...

The Prom is available to watch on Netflix.
The Prom: Show your true colors
Savannah Lebreton, Staff Writer • March 8, 2021

Prom is a movie that came out in late 2020. It is about a girl named Emma Nolan who wants to go to the...

“Finish What you Start”
“Finish What you Start”
Madalen Erez, Literary Arts Editor • May 20, 2021

Josiah Bancroft is the author of the fantasy series The Books of Babel. Senlin Ascends, the first book, has over 17,000 ratings on Goodreads...

Astrology Through Fashion
Astrology Through Fashion
Carson Vasallo , Student Contributor • May 18, 2021

COVID precautions cause a falling out with the fans
Matthew Gordon, Staff Writer • February 8, 2021

The Fall season sports have now started and now the question has been answered how have students been...

What is it like to ball during a pandemic?
What is it like to ball during a pandemic?
Juan Castro, Staff Writer • November 12, 2020

Sports are back and athletes are excited and are ready to start balling again like how they were before....

Smiles emerge as player for the CSC girls Basketball team get ready to play a home game last year. Lead by head coach Kate Hearn, the Panthers hope to seek a win. “This team is special and they have what it takes to win” former student Kirsten Woods said.
Buckets or no buckets?: The future of basketball
Jordan Woods, Staff Writer • November 8, 2020

As we all know some of us may be returning to physical school. Also most sports are returning too, but...

The future of cheerleading
Mckenna Derosa, Staff Writer • November 6, 2020

In this pandemic, there have been many questions about whether or not our school will have...

For the love of fall, let's play some ball
Matthew Gordon, Staff Writer • October 27, 2020

As the fall sports season gets closer, the question will keep on arising, will students be able...