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The recent death of Sarah Everard set off a global movement. Women are voicing their experiences regarding sexual harassment and raising awareness through various platforms, including Tiktok.

Op-ed: The 97 Percent

Samhitha Katuru, Reporter April 7, 2021

The past two years have been life-changing in both a positive and negative way. The world has faced a pandemic, racial injustice, LGBTQ+ civil issues, and more. Now, another issue has been added to that...

Summer is right around the corner, which means more free time for students. For those looking for some experience, there are many job opportunities in the summertime. It is best to start researching and filling out required forms now!

Summer Job Searching

Shea Brandau, Design Manager April 1, 2021

As summer approaches and COVID-19 vaccines are being administered, more and more places are opening back up to the public. As a result, more staff may be needed in multiple areas close to Seminole High...

Famous people might not have as glamorous of a life as you would think, a lot more goes on behind closed doors than some may believe. In 2019, many people grew concern for Britney Spears after many questionable events. 
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Op-Ed: Britney Spears’ Conservatorship

Sejal Mohan, Reporter March 12, 2021

Many of us are familiar with pop singer and sensation Britney Spears. We know she has been through a lot, remembering her personal struggles with substance abuse and the #FreeBritney hashtag that went...

Xenophobia and hate crimes against the Asian community have significantly increased since Covid-19. It is important to address these recent incidents and educate those who remain in the dark.

COVID-19: Racism Towards Asian Americans

Christina Davenport, Reporter March 1, 2021

Since the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, significant racial and ethnic inequities have persisted across the continuum of COVID-19 morbidity, hospitalization, and mortality. From this we see a surge...

Although inauguration day was not too long ago, President Biden and his team have already made several impactful changes. Among the changes, the United States rejoined the World Health Organization.

Biden’s First Days

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter February 12, 2021

After four years of Republican control, the Democrats were able to gain much ground in the 2020 election, winning the majority in both houses of Congress and the presidency. This major change to government...

2020 is officially over and people all around the world celebrated the new year going into 2021. 
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Tips for the New Term

Ava Flaute, Designer January 28, 2021

As 2020 comes to an end, many students are starting to set their 2021 New Year’s Resolutions. Resolutions can be used in many ways to help students with multiple different things such as holding them...

With College Board’s plans to administer advanced placement exams both online and in person, students have displayed a mix of reactions. Though many may feel uneasy, teachers and College Board administrators express that they will do all that they can in order to prepare students before testing season.

Pandemic AP Exams: What We Now Know

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter January 26, 2021

Since the beginning of the pandemic last March, there has been much uncertainty surrounding standardized tests, especially those organized by the college board, like AP tests, SAT tests, and PSAT testing....

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How to Aim for Success in Semester 2

Manya Garg, Reporter January 12, 2021

Have you ever found yourself working on a project just a day before the deadline? Procrastination is defined as the action of delaying or postponing something. It is usually present in a situation where...

The semester is coming to an end as winter break approaches. The holiday season calls for hot chocolate and gingerbread cookies, but it is still important to follow guidelines in order to stay safe!

Helpful Tips For A Safe Holiday Season

Ava Flaute, Designer December 14, 2020

With Covid-19 growing, many people are wondering how they can celebrate the holidays safely and accommodate the CDC guidelines and tips. As we are greeted with the holiday seasons many people tend to get...

The Trump administration has filed a multitude of lawsuits, all of which have been unsuccessful. Despite President Trump’s denial of the results from the election, the majority of the people in the country have accepted the results and expect a peaceful transition into the next year.

From Trump To Biden: A Contentious Transition

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter December 14, 2020

The 2020 election was called weeks ago, yet the president and many Republicans have not acknowledged President-elect Joe Biden’s win. President Donald Trump continues to fight a dying battle in the swing...

The latest fashion trends have reappeared from the past once again. The 90’s style, including mom jeans and baggy clothing, has been especially popular among this generation. “Y2k”, “Indie”, and “Alt” are some terms that many teenagers use to describe their style.

Historical Fashion and the Modern World

Mahalla Hynes, Reporter December 10, 2020

Fashion trends change from year to year, as people tire of one and move on to the next, but it does reflect trends of the recent and distant past. You can see this on red carpets and in highschool hallways.  There...

Students use quizlet as a popular method to study for exams.

How To Ace Your Semester Exams: 2020 Edition

Ava Flaute, Designer December 9, 2020

As classes begin to prepare for the upcoming semester exams, many Seminole High School students are wondering how to prepare and study to achieve the grades they desire. Some students begin to stress about...

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