THE SEMINOLE NEWSPAPER

SEMINOLE’S INTEGRATION: INTERVIEW WITH MS. LYNN CULLUM

Sam Brenner, Contextual Editor

February 3, 2012

I graduated in 1973, and the first year that Crooms was closed—or repurposed—was the 1970-1971 school year. My first year at Seminole was the first year Crooms was closed.  I remember being a little frightened.  There...

SEMINOLE’S DAYS OF JUDGEMENT: DISPELLING BAD RUMORS

Nakeisha Lyon, Business Manager

January 18, 2012

As a middle school student approaching the final days of the eighth grade, preparations for high school have begun. Signing up for classes at the new school, seeing which schools others are going to, and discussing with parents...

LIFE AFTER STUDENTS: SEMINOLE DURING WINTER BREAK

Krishnan Sethumadhavan, Editor-in-Chief

January 9, 2012

Even as students are relaxing with their families or sleeping warmly in their beds, many members of Seminole High School’s staff remain at the school—doing the work necessary to prepare the school for the eventual arrival...

SEMINOLE SCHOOLS STRANDED AS SALES TAX SLIPS AWAY?

Sam Brenner, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2011

A referendum to continue the half-cent sales tax levied by the county for education was defeated in a general election on November 2, 2010.  The current one-cent sales tax, approved a decade ago, is poised to expire at the end...

GOOGLE GOES AT IT AGAIN: SOCIAL NETWORK RIVALS FACEBOOK?

Sam Brenner, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2011

Google, best known for its wildly popular search engine, its ownership of Youtube, and the development of the Android mobile operating system, is giving the social-network business another shot, opening its Google+ social network...