GIRLS WHO CODE COMES TO SEMINOLE

GIRLS WHO CODE COMES TO SEMINOLE

Thu-Minh Nguyen, Reporter

Girls Who Code, a nonprofit organization aimed at encouraging girls to enter the field of computer science, is coming to SHS in December. Student ambassadors and juniors Isabel ...  Read More »

Nov 11 • No Comments

SEMINOLE OVERWHELMINGLY REJECTS PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

SEMINOLE OVERWHELMINGLY REJECTS PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

Malavika Kannan, Content Manager

Young people are not as enthused with politics as their older counterparts, notorious for their low voter turnout. A poll conducted by the Seminole Newspaper shows that over...  Read More »

Nov 2 • No Comments

EMBRY-RIDDLE UNIVERSITY FLIES INTO SEMINOLE

EMBRY-RIDDLE UNIVERSITY FLIES INTO SEMINOLE

Ghesseh Afshari, Reporter

While Seminole State College offers a wide variety of courses, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University offers a distinctive dual enrollment program unlike any other: a rigorous...  Read More »

Nov 1 • No Comments

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Arts and Entertainment

DEDICATED DUO DIRECTS “ALMOST, MAINE”

DEDICATED DUO DIRECTS “ALMOST, MAINE”

Renee Sang, Co-photo manager

Each Seminole High School Theatre Company (SHSTC) play consists of many students who put their immense effort into making a successful production, especially the directors....  Read More »

Oct 27 • No Comments

NURSERY RHYMES CONTAIN DARK ORIGINS

NURSERY RHYMES CONTAIN DARK ORIGINS

October 24, 2016

When discussing horror novels, one might think of the likes of Stephen King and R. L. Stine. However, nursery rhymes and fairy tales also fit on the list of horror novels due to their actual content...  Read More »

MAKEUP-FREE ALICIA KEYS SPARKS DEBATE

MAKEUP-FREE ALICIA KEYS SPARKS DEBATE

September 29, 2016

Alicia Keys announced in late May that she planned to go makeup-free. The singer attended events such as the Black Entertainment Television (BE...  Read More »

ZAYN’S MIND OF MINE MAKES FANS GO INZAYN

ZAYN’S MIND OF MINE MAKES FANS GO INZAYN

May 25, 2016

Zayn Malik released his first album, Mind of Mine on March 25, 2016, since leaving One Direction. The album debuted at number one on the ...  Read More »

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Editorials

FEMALE SPORTS NOT GIVEN ENOUGH COVERAGE

FEMALE SPORTS NOT GIVEN ENOUGH COVERAGE

Megana Vonguru, Reporter

Sports have played a central role in American culture for hundreds of years; however, half of all athletes has not been included in the thrill and excitement surrounding the ...  Read More »

Oct 20 • No Comments

STUDENTS LOOK FOR MORE SEMINOLE GEAR

STUDENTS LOOK FOR MORE SEMINOLE GEAR

October 18, 2016

As the year continues, many students are looking for the latest Seminole gear to show their school pride, from shirts to...  Read More »

TEENAGERS STRIVE FOR PERFECTION

TEENAGERS STRIVE FOR PERFECTION

October 3, 2016

Society has create the idea of perfection, which has been promoted especially on social media and in schools. It is seen...  Read More »

SELF-DEFENSE EDUCATION BENEFITS STUDENTS

SELF-DEFENSE EDUCATION BENEFITS STUDENTS

September 28, 2016

Self-defense education is important to prevent situations in which the lives of students and others around them are in d...  Read More »

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