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Snowball Dance 2018

Snowball Dance 2018

Aliya Linan, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Local, News, Showcase

The students of SGA hosted the annual Snowball dance for ESE students all around the county. Schools such as Park Vista, Wellington, Royal Palm and John I. Leonard came to this event taken place in the Santaluces gym. Over 250 students and staff members gathered to dance, color, play board games and...

No Sugar Coating: DeSantis vs. Gillum

No Sugar Coating: DeSantis vs. Gillum

Walkyria Paz, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018


Filed under Local, News

This past Sunday Andrew Gillum and Ron DeSantis went off in their first debate in the race for Florida’s governor. In all honesty, the debate involved a great amount of trash talk, much coming from former U.S. Representative, Ron DeSantis. The debate began with DeSantis calling Gillum a “failed...

Beauty within Wynwood

Beauty within Wynwood

Araceli Velasquez, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under Local, Uncategorized

Tourists that come to Florida usually go to Miami. Most people don't know about Wynwood Walls. The walls within Wynwood are very beautiful and show the creativity that South Florida has to offer. The Wynwood Walls are located at 2520 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127. The Wynwood Walls are free to view but...

The Spot: The Witch’s Wall

The Spot: The Witch’s Wall

Gabrielle Villanueva, Staff Writer

August 22, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Showcase

A hidden road that rose in popularity. People now call it the Palm Beach Coral Cut. Different stories from different centuries still being shared today. The wall seemed inviting for people to take pictures and share memories together. Little did they know that it was haunted. Is the road actually haunted? Are trapped so...

Autism Speaks Car Wash

Autism Speaks Car Wash

Ethan Mansdorf, Photo Editior

February 26, 2018


Filed under Local, Showcase

The Criminal Justice Academy hosted their quarterly car wash this past Saturday, this time the event was held as a fundraiser for the Autism Speaks Foundation in which all the proceeds went directly to the foundation. In the past, the academy has used the car wash to fundraise for all sorts of different...

The Spot: Delray Camera Shop

The Spot: Delray Camera Shop

Ethan Mansdorf, Photo Editor

February 13, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Showcase

As one of only two camera shops left in the county, Delray Camera Shop has been selling photography equipment since 1965. What was once a flourishing market across the state with 22 shops in South Florida alone, the photography industry is now just a two-shop operation spearheaded by owner, Chris Reich,...

The Annual South Florida Fair

The Annual South Florida Fair

Stephanie Ballesteros, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


Filed under Local

The annual South Florida Fair came alive this past Friday and will only be here up until Jan 28. There's 17 days of "Magical Parades." The themes are: Chinese New Year Parade, St. Patrick's Parade, Mayor's Parade, MLK Day Parade, Mardi Gras Parade, Pirates Parade, Junkanoo Parade, Oktoberfest Parade, Carnival Parade...

Hoffman’s Christmas

Hoffman’s Christmas

Isabella Young, Video Editor/ Photo Editor

December 19, 2017


Filed under Local, Showcase

Hoffman's Christmas is back for it's 27th annual Winter Wonderland, with something new in store this year. Say goodbye to the outdated "snow" in front of the Chocolate Factory, instead say hello to Hoffman's new and improved attraction, the outdoor ice skating rink. With the help of the Panthers in Palm...

Preserving The Right To Read Since 1982

Preserving The Right To Read Since 1982

Zion Frost, Staff Writer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Local, News

Banned Books Week raises awareness and expresses the rights of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution by focusing on the banning of books for the use of profanity, sexually explicit/mature content, etc. Thirty-five years ago this week, activist Judith Krug founded Banned Books Week to...

JROTC Park Clean Up

JROTC Park Clean Up

Tiffany Stavrakas, Staff Writer

September 27, 2017


Filed under Local

After hurricane Irma the JROTC students got together to help clean up two parks in the city of Lantana. Our first stop was Bicentennial Park, which is right before the Lantana bridge. This park was covered with dead leaves, sticks, and litter. We spent almost two hours there trying to make it usable...

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