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What is a Government Shutdown?
Mission to Mars
Grad Bash attendees fill five buses
Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

December 15, 2018

During Katherine Jucker’s freshman year of college if she was prompted with the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” she would have...

Mental health issues on the rise in American teenagers

Mental health issues on the rise in American teenagers

December 3, 2018

Many who knew junior Landon Gonzalez would have never imagined that he struggled with depression or anxiety disorders. Yet, the sad reality of mental illness...

New SRO on campus: Officer Shapiro

New SRO on campus: Officer Shapiro

October 23, 2018

Administrators work hard over the summer to ensure that the upcoming school year is the best it can be. Over the 2018 summer they made changes to the staff...

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Charity Basketball Game
Pre-season Water Polo photo story
Bowling Tournament Photo Story
Junior Rossetti Achieves a Black Belt in Karate

Junior Rossetti Achieves a Black Belt in Karate

October 10, 2018

101 Degree Football

101 Degree Football

October 8, 2018

Brantley Football Shines Against University

Brantley Football Shines Against University

October 8, 2018

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What are Cords and how to get them
Women of Color take Hollywood by Storm
Brantley Students kick-start an Arts Career with the Dr. Phillips Center
Falling for Fall Fun
Buddy Ball Photo Story

Buddy Ball Photo Story

November 14, 2018

Vegan Question and Answer

Vegan Question and Answer

November 14, 2018

A Petrified Forest Review

A Petrified Forest Review

November 2, 2018

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On the Basis of Sex review

Anisa Velazquez, Features Editor
February 20, 2019

After watching the Oscar nominated RBG, the documentary about the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I went into the theater on a Monday night with high hopes for the 2018 biopic, On The Basis Of Sex. The movie exceeded my expectations through the inspiring talk of how she rose above the adversity she faced. Now a symbol of resilience, Ginsburg is excelling in her career as a Supreme...

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“Ralph Breaks the Internet” Film Review

Sabrina Bonadio, Graphic Design Editor
February 4, 2019

“Ralph Breaks the Internet”, the sequel to “Wreck it Ralph” (2012) follows Wreck-it Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) as they attempt to navigate the world of the internet in search of a replacement part for Von Schweetz’s game, ‘Sugar Rush’. After placing a bid on ‘eBay’, Ralph and Von Schweetz have 24 hours to gain enough money to purchase the missing...

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Christopher Robin review

Anna Wesley, Photo Editor
January 2, 2019

The familiar children’s story of Winnie the Pooh gets a whole new look in the movie “Christopher Robin” directed by Marc Forster. Their adventure begins with Pooh (voiced by Jim Cummings)  when he discovers that his woodland friends (Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, Eeyore, Kanga, and Roo) have gone missing. Faced with this troubling news, Pooh sets off into the real world, more specifically London,...

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Why the government shut down was detrimental

Madison Harris, Business Manager & Multimedia editor
February 22, 2019

Why the government shutdown was beneficial

Anisa Velazquez, Features editor
February 22, 2019

Despite a Low Scoring Game, 2019 Super Bowl Still Provided Excitement

Carson Cashion, Staff Reporter
February 11, 2019

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