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Senior Eliel Martinez Settles In at FHS

Senior Eliel Martinez Settles In at FHS

Matt Bogdanoff, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018


Filed under BEST OF SNO, Faces of Freedom, Features

Moving to a different school is already a challenge in itself. However, moving 1,200 miles from Puerto Rico to Tampa is a challenge no one is prepared to face. Senior Eliel Martinez was tasked with overcoming this obstacle after Hurricane Irma swept through his hometown of Gurabo in Puerto Rico, leaving...

School Shootings from the Perspective of a High School Student

School Shootings from the Perspective of a High School Student

Drew Meyerson, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

February 15, 2018


Filed under BEST OF SNO, Opinion

At least seventeen people are dead. Consider that fact, for just a moment. At least seventeen lives were taken at the hands of a nineteen-year-old with a gun. Reports are still coming in, but teachers and students alike were subject to a shooting on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, a school...

Generation Y Not?

Generation Y Not?

Phoebe Dudney, Copy Editor

November 13, 2015


Filed under BEST OF SNO, Features

As high school students, advanced levels of stress are something that I can confidently say we have all experienced. Between a little case of procrastination, family troubles, various friendship/relationship drama, sleep deprivation, cramming for a test or something as simple as just having a bad day,...

Teacher Shortage Taking its Toll

Teacher Shortage Taking its Toll

Tommy Capobianco, Editor-in-Chief

October 27, 2015


Filed under BEST OF SNO, News

“I’m not going to be here tomorrow,” words spoken by a teacher that can either be the best or worst thing those students have heard. No one really minds the occasional missed day by an instructor, but a troubling trend has risen in schools throughout the system, long-term absences by teachers. Maria...

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