THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

NOLE NATION GETS A NEW CHIEF

Dr. Rodriguez works with students in his final days at Rock Lake Middle School.

Serra Sowers, Photography Manager

April 8, 2019

If you see a new face at Seminole High School walking around, talking to students, conducting the band, acting out a scene in KWC, taking the first pitch at a baseball game, picking up trash, or making announcements on NDN news, you have met our new principal: Dr. Jordan Rodriguez. The Seminole wants to t...

BREAKING NEWS: GRAFFITI COVERS CAMPUS

Graffiti covers the side of the Media Center.

The Seminole Newspaper Staff

April 5, 2019

On April 4th, 2019, students arrived on main campus to the scene of explicit graffiti and vandalism on several buildings and in some of the major walkways on campus. Similar damage has been reported at Lake Mary High School today.   The extent of the damage can be seen at Renegade Hall, the Media...

THE SEMINOLE: MAKING HEADLINES SINCE 1922

The Seminole Newspaper dates back to 1922.

Yashaswini Meduri, Editor

March 28, 2019

The clicking of typewriters, the sound of camera shutters, and the rustling of papers filled the sunny, brick-walled newsroom of Seminole High School. Had they been a few years older, many of its occupants would have been fighting in World War I. But at that moment, nothing could disturb the seven boys in...

SAT SEASON TAKES OVER SHS

As the SAT approaches, students feel massive waves of stress, but there are methods to overcome this feeling.

Zayna Sheikh, Reporter

March 2, 2019

It’s in the back of everyone’s mind: a constant, terrifying presence. With the arrival of March comes our school’s administered SAT. The fate of your entire academic career rests on your performance during this one standardized test — to say it's intimidating is an understatement. Oftentimes, ...

SEMINOLE BLACK HISTORY SHOW CELEBRATES BLACK EXCELLENCE

Seminole High School put on a Black History show on Saturday the 23rd. Representing and giving background information of the importance of each day in February.

Zayna Sheikh

February 26, 2019

Black History is an undeniable and intrinsic part of American history, and with the arrival of February comes a celebration of this very heritage and culture. Black History Month entails 28 celebratory days praising Black excellence in a country that all too often neglects it. “[Black History Month...

ONE YEAR LATER: THE LASTING IMPACT OF THE MSD SHOOTING

One year ago today, following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the students of SHS rallied together to fight for their right to protection.

Laila Rahbari

February 14, 2019

While students nationwide are celebrating a day of love and happiness, for many, today is also a day of remembrance. Today is the day we remember the 17 lives lost at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year . 24 school shootings, 114 injured, 35 killed. In 2018, the number of mass shootin...

WORLDWIDE ‘MEME BAN’ THREATENS STUDENT ENTERTAINMENT

Article Thirteen transforms the way users interact with the Internet.

Suhaib Hasan, Reporter

February 11, 2019

Currently, we live in a period of history known as the Information Age. Starting from the 1970s, the Information Age is marked by the rapid advancements in computers and information technology. These advancements allow for more accessibility to resources used daily: namely, the internet. From the United S...

GET THE FACTS, NOT THE FLU

Getting flu shots is an essential step to take in order to stay safe and healthy during the flu season.

Samantha Flaute, Reporter

January 22, 2019

With everyone sniffling, coughing, and sneezing, getting the flu this season might seem unavoidable. The Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that flu has resulted in 48.8 million illnesses in the past 2017-2018 season and more people continue to get affected each year. However, gi...

VETERANS ON CAMPUS REFLECT ON LEGACY OF SERVICE

Students proudly salute to our beloved veterans at Seminole High School.

Zayna Sheikh, Reporter

November 12, 2018

Every year, Veteran's Day is set apart to honor those who protect the freedoms that this country promises. Little else embodies patriotism like offering service and risking death in the name of preserving rights and livelihoods. Though some may not know it, men and women who have done exactly that can ...

THE STUDENT’S GUIDE TO VOTING IN THE 2018 ELECTIONS

Stephanie Murphy and Bill Nelson are incumbents running for re-election.

Andrea Rivera-Maldonado, Photographer

October 30, 2018

As we approach November, households across Florida are being bombarded with flyers, TV and radio ads about the various candidates and the issues they care about. It can be a lot to process, which is why The Seminole compiled a quick reference guide summarizing who is running, which party they represe...

NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN TO BE IMPLEMENTED MONDAY

A new bus pattern will have consequences on the entire student body.

Malavika Kannan, Zyva Sheikh, and Serra Sowers

October 19, 2018

Due to the Ninth Grade Center (NGC), more students are riding buses than ever before.  In order to alleviate problems caused by the NGC, Seminole High School has implemented a new traffic pattern. This pattern, to be implemented on Oct. 22, will change the location of the bus route loop and elimina...

VOTER REGISTRATION SPARKS POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT

Student volunteers and members of March For Our Lives Orlando worked together to register voters.

Zayna Sheikh, Reporter

September 24, 2018

It has been over seven months since the Parkland shooting, but its impact is still felt among students today. Despite student protests, including Seminole High School's walkout, gun control policies have remained unchanged. Therefore, student activists are focusing on the upcoming midterm elections ...