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Starting around Nov. 16th, the annual “Help the Kids Toy Drive” commenced. Students could donate to boxes placed in their classes to be picked up by senior Isabel Miguez, who hosted the drive. Over the past three years, she has developed a passion for coordinating the event. “I think that it’s what Im meant to do,” Miguez said. “It was an experience that I wouldnt change anything about. I love to help other people and I love organizing things that can benefit others and the community.”

Isabella Miguez: Spreading cheer one toy at a time

Avery Ranum, Features Editor December 13, 2021

Around the holiday season, millions of kids with serious illnesses spend their holidays inside hospitals with expensive medical bills taking the place of gifts and presents. In the spirit of giving, toy...

Although making such an important decision at a young age may appear daunting, Laila N’Diaye’s commitment to Florida State University is unwavering. “I chose to commit to FSU because I knew I wanted to stay in Florida, play on a good team, and have a well rounded education, so FSU was a perfect choice for me,” said N’Diaye.

Laila N’Diaye: continuing collegiate

Makayla Martindale, Sports Editor November 19, 2021

While many athletes commit to a multitude of divisions to play college sports, significantly fewer have the opportunity to be recruited to Division 1 colleges to pursue their passion. However, senior and...

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