Climate change creates climate refugees

Kamryn Brown, Photo Editor

May 10, 2019

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After the Midwest floods last month, it is becoming increasingly clear that climate change affects more than just the environment. Severe weather events caused by climate change forces many people out of their homes and even require...

Jones makes school history, receives full cheer scholarship

Hailey Barrow, Assistant Editor

May 8, 2019

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Senior Eyonah Jones was in sixth grade when she started vomiting for no apparent reason. Now, seven years and one diagnosis later, Jones has fought through her medical issues and made history as the school’s first recipient...

Dance Marathon raises awareness for childhood illnesses

Krislyn Kelley, Staff Writer

March 9, 2018

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Hosted by SGA, the school’s second annual Dance Marathon was held Feb. 2. The six hour event raised $28,016.22  for the Children’s Miracle Network. Dance Marathon gives students the opportunity to learn about children...

Airbnb offers travelers home away from home

Kamryn Brown, Assistant Page Editor

March 9, 2018

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As spring break draws near, many students and teachers are looking to Airbnb for their lodging. Accessible in 192 countries and used by over 150 million people, Airbnb offers a selection of homes for rent, serving as an alternative...

Food delivery systems offer simple meal plans

Artrice Shepherd, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017

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Consumers in many urban areas are turning to food delivery systems as a way to expedite the grocery shopping process by having pre-planned meals or the ingredients to create them sent to their houses weekly. For many families,...

New little free library installed in local community

Hailey Barrow, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

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Over the summer, the Art for Social Justice club installed a Little Free Library at school to provide the surrounding community with free books. The purpose of the Little Free Library is to provide a small bookshelf where people...

Art students join in on Rockin’ for Miles

Kamryn Brown, Assistant Page Editor

October 19, 2017

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Inspired by of the Tallahassee Rocks group, local students have been raising awareness for Miles Shanaghan, a three year-old with Neuroblastoma, by decorating rocks that support Shanaghan. After hearing about the city wide...

‘What the Health’ encourages veganism

Artrice Shepherd, Staff Writer

October 19, 2017

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With the Netflix release of “What the Health” over the summer, the vegan movement has seen a dramatic increase in members. Some vegans choose to remove animal products from their diets for health benefits, while others want...

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