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A spider monkey in the sun.
Brevard Zoo spider monkey gets new brace
May 25, 2022

Hanger Clinic of Melbourne has provided J, a black-handed spider monkey from the Brevard Zoo, with a custom brace for his injured foot. He injured it when he was first...

College concern: Will I measure up
College concern: Will I measure up
May 25, 2022

With her last day of high school behind her, senior Maddie Eason prepares herself for the academic rigors of the University of Florida, as a result of looming expectations. “The...

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Teenage dream falling apart
Teenage dream falling apart
Staff Editorial November 19, 2021

Losing Homecoming for the second year in a row was not only disheartening, but it also represents the losses high- school students continue to face with COVID-19. The stereotypical...

Hypocrisy of dress code
Rayana Camilo, Staff Writer • November 19, 2021

A woman in Tennessee spoke out against the dress code and new mask policy in August. “Since you made the mask policy optional, I intend to opt my daughter out of the dress...

Lost purpose
Lost purpose
November 19, 2021
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Fans have mixed opinions on “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”
Fans have mixed opinions on “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”
May 25, 2022

After months of waiting in anticipation, sophomore Arvin Navarroza was finally able to watch Marvel’s “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” “I really liked...

Joey Garcia (12) sits down to enjoy his food during the Harry Potter clubs last meeting. Club president Dana Zschau (10) and sponsor Tamara Reis provided the mash potatoes, toppings, and fried chicken, in addition to cookies, brownies, and cupcakes.
Final feast: Harry Potter Club winds down
May 25, 2022

Senior Riley Harper walked into Tamara Reis’s classroom, for her last Harry Potter club meeting recently. Club president sophomore Dana Zscau hosted an end of the year...

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Varsity basketball hopes to rebound next season
Gavin Litchfield, Staff Writer • February 2, 2022

As the season dwindles away, the boys' varsity basketball team sits at a record of 3-13, making this its worst season in the last eight years. With seven seniors graduating...

Girls’ soccer notches fourth consecutive shutout
Girls’ soccer notches fourth consecutive shutout
December 7, 2021

The varsity girls’ soccer team has been hitting its stride with back-to-back shutout victories, defeating St. Cloud 8-0 Friday and Palm Bay 17-0 Thursday running their season...

Senior Charley Pavlick conditions with his team on Set. 30 to prepare for his upcoming basketball season.
Maintaining momentum
November 15, 2021
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