The Roar

Warriors win draws mixed reactions

May 21, 2019

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A battle of brothers during the NBA semifinals took place between Golden State’s Steph Curry and Portland’s Seth Curry. After sweeping the Portland Trailblazer with a 4-0, the Warriors will be making an appearance at the ...

Freshman looks forward to Europe trip

May 21, 2019

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She walked down the city street, watching the red double-decker buses race by, fascinated by the beautiful colors of stings of light hanging across the street, then her table partner tapped her on the shoulder and woke her ou...

Tennis players eye summer sessions

May 16, 2019

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With the end of the school year just around the corner, some of the boys’ tennis players already have begun planning their summer routines. “I am going to try and play with Nathan [Foo],” sophomore Hunter Scott said. “...

Thespians send off their seniors

May 14, 2019

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Every year, to say goodbye to the senior thespians, the school’s theater troupe hosts the Senior Sendoff.  “Senior sendoff is a comedic skit where we roast the seniors,” Natasha Mozdzen. Younger thespians are...

EFSC summer term starts this week

May 13, 2019

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Many Eastern Florida State College dual-enrollment students will be starting their respective summer classes while the high-school year is still ongoing. Classes for the Term A session will begin this week, approximately two weeks...

AP exam conflict causes consternation

May 13, 2019

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While Advanced Placement testing is scheduled to conclude May 17, some students will have to make up exams after the two-week scheduled testing window, due to conflicting examination times. One such conflict involves the AP Spanish...

Band, orchestra blend sounds at concert

May 13, 2019

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As she played the final note of “Bacchanale,” freshman violinist Karina Garridolee thought back on her year in orchestra with a smile. The May 2 concert was the second to feature a combined band and orchestra, which Garrido...

Freshmen react to biology EOC

May 13, 2019

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Throughout the school year, freshman Lily Winsten has kept the biology end-of-course exam in the back of her mind, in part because the test will count for 30 percent of her final grade in the class. “I felt pretty prepared for the EOC. I kin...

Tryouts timing disrupts schedules

May 9, 2019

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Just like testing season, tryout season has begun, with many Brevard County soccer clubs holding tryouts. Clubs such as Space Coast, Indialantic, Beachside Impact and FC Prime are programs in Melbourne that have been holding their tr...

Standardized tests increases stress on students

May 9, 2019

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When the bells go silent and the media center is always closed, it only means one thing: it’s standardized test and exam month. Because all standardized tests are required by the state to be taken in the month of May, students s...

Drills leave some on edge

May 2, 2019

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The past few weeks, students and faculty have been experiencing emergency school drills frequently because of the school safety concerns. “The drills have cut class time short so we don’t always get to finish the lesso...

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