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Should Kids Wear Designer Clothes?

Should Kids Wear Designer Clothes?

Faith Beaubrun, Fashion Editor

September 22, 2017


Filed under Fashion, Lifestyle & Opinion

It's safe to say kids today grow up with more luxuries than generations of the past. Today kids as young as one year old are wearing Gucci, Balmain, and Louis Vuitton to day care and the playground. This practice is the norm among the rich and famous, but even some middle class parents make it their...

AP Classes vs Dual Enrollment Classes

AP Classes vs Dual Enrollment Classes

Tiffany Stavrakas, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Showcase

A lot of people don't know the differences between AP and Dual Enrollment courses. AP courses are college level advanced classes. These courses can be taken in a high school without placement testing as long as the teacher signs off on it. Some popular examples on campus are AP Psychology, AP Human...

Risky Online Shopping

Risky Online Shopping

Duane Wicker, Staff Writer

September 18, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

Everyone loves to get the best deals on things like clothes, jewelry, shoes etc. Some of the best deals are found online. Online shopping is so appealing because you can buy things online that are sold out in stores and get items that aren't available to you locally. Online shopping is great but sometimes...

Back to School Style

Back to School Style

Faith Beaubrun, Fashion Editor

August 23, 2017


Filed under Fashion, Lifestyle & Opinion, Showcase

School is back in session and the students of Santaluces are dressed to impress. At our school, personal style is important and can be expressed openly in a variety of ways. The first week of school is the perfect opportunity to rock your outfits and break in new shoes. There was an overwhelming number...

Which Cup Keeps Your Drink Cold Longer?

Which Cup Keeps Your Drink Cold Longer?

Haley Hinkofer, Staff Writer

May 19, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Uncategorized

As summer is quickly approaching, people either spend their days basting in the sun or retreat into their air conditioned homes. But something similar that everyone does in the summer is staying hydrated and drinking tons of fluid. A recent trend has been stainless steel cups that claim to keep your...

Dealing With Stress

Dealing With Stress

Randi Goldman, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

When you’re stressed, you don’t really think about ways to cope with it. Like most people, you get stuck thinking about the situation and what you can do about it. The problem is, when you’re stressed and you’re busy trying to fix the problem, you don’t give yourself the necessary time to cool-off....

Gourmet Donuts at Glazed and Confused

Gourmet Donuts at Glazed and Confused

Viri Reyes, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

Donuts are delicious. Everyone knows that. But aren't you tired of those same boring ones from Dunkin Donuts? What if I told you about a new spot where you can get revolutionized gourmet donuts. I'm not talking about the same boring flavors just being baked differently. I'm talking about donuts that...

DIY Easter Day Treats

DIY Easter Day Treats

Viri Reyes, Staff Writer

April 10, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Showcase

Easter day is full of vibrant colors, a day out in the blazing sun, and little kids trying to find easter eggs with candies and chocolates in them. But, no celebration is to its fullest potential without good desserts. Lucky you, I'm here to save the day. Here are three easy treats to try out for your...

The Tribe on Spring Break

The Tribe on Spring Break

Haley Hinkofer, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Uncategorized

Jessa Lopez: "Going to my sister's house was one of my favorite things I did over spring break. On Saturday, we went for a run at Okeeheelee Park, and I almost passed out because I didn't know I had low blood sugar levels. Luckily, I was fine once I rested for a while. Later that day, when I was at my...

My First Gator Encounter

My First Gator Encounter

Dulce Paz, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Showcase

On Wednesday, I was having a normal day at John Prince Park with my dad. We were just driving around when we saw a commotion of people near the lake. They all seemed to be staring at something on the ground, but we didn't know what. My dad went to examine what all the chaos was about; I stayed in the...

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