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English Teachers Celebrate Class of 2020

English Teachers Celebrate Class of 2020

May 16, 2020

Watch this tribute to graduating Seniors from the English Department: https://youtu.be/_AzGY1sKslQ

Senior Spirit Week

Senior Spirit Week

May 12, 2020

Emily Palmieri: Class of 2019

After graduating from Santaluces, Emily has become a successful FSU student. She was recently voted as the Vice President of the Seminole Tap Troupe, FSU's tap team.

Alayna Reddick, Editor

May 11, 2020

Emily Palmieri is a Santaluces Class of 2019 graduate who has moved on to Florida State University, where she is studying political science with a minor in economics.  “I was involved in the music academy and had full control over making whatever awful music my friends and I wanted. It gave us a...

5 Facts You Need to Know About Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a holiday that celebrates Mexico's victory over France in the Battle of Puebla.

Karen Portillo, Staff Writer

May 4, 2020

Cinco de Mayo is a day where people celebrate Mexico's victory over France in the Battle of Puebla. Unlike many holidays, Cinco de Mayo is commonly mistaken as Mexico's Independence Day. Although this holiday is not widely celebrated in Mexico, in the United States, it has become a day to recognize Mexico's...

Quarantine Concert: “One World: Together At Home”

Jimmy Fallon teamed up with hip-hop group “The Roots” and dozens of healthcare workers to perform their version of the 80s hit Safety Dance.

Sarah Winters, Staff Writer

May 4, 2020

On Sunday, April 19th,  from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m over a hundred artists from across the world put on the “One World: Together At Home'' concert in order to celebrate the health care workers fighting Covid-19.  The show went on for eight hours and was split into two parts. The concert began with a six-ho...

Coronavirus vs. COVID-19: The Difference

COVID-19 is not the first Coronavirus the world has seen. However, the virus is becoming one of the deadliest Coronaviruses.

Lauren Klemowich, Staff Writer

May 4, 2020

The virus COVID-19 has devastated the entire world, with 168,758 deaths worldwide as of April 20th, according to worldometers.info. When describing the deadly virus, the words Coronavirus or COVID-19 are used. However, these are two different terms. The term Coronavirus is used as a general term ...

Bored? Take A Harvard Class For Free At Home

Bored? Take A Harvard Class For Free At Home

Charlize Quinto, Staff Writer

May 2, 2020

Staying at home for days and having to practice social distancing has left us all feeling a bit bored. Instead of scrolling through your TikTok “for you page” for countless hours or napping all day, how about taking some time to learn something new? EdX is a popular non-profit online-based lea...

What It’s Like Having Parents on the Front Lines of COVID-19

My parents, Tess and Carlo, coming home from the hospital after another day battling the Coronavirus pandemic.

Charlize Quinto, Staff Writer

May 1, 2020

As the evening rolls in, I get a text message from my mom asking me to open the garage for her so she and my dad can enter the house safely, without contaminating anything or anyone.  My siblings and I say our hellos, giving both of them an “air hug” six feet away. After disinfecting their things...

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