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March for Our Lives: Road to Change

March for Our Lives: Road to Change

Four months have passed since the deadly massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School occurred. Students and supporters across the country are holding strong to the movement being led by strong willed and determined activists Emma Gonzalez and David Hogg. On June 15th the revolutionary movement changes grounds in further efforts to inform the younger generation

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University of South Florida Reunites to Make Stronger Impact in Community

The University of South Florida(USF) system includes three separately accredited universities, The University of South Florida in Tampa, The University of South Florida in Saint Petersburg, and The University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee in Sarasota. Traditionally ever since USF St. Petersburg formed its own campus the universities have all offered separate diploma’s even since 2004.

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McDonald’s Worth a Mustang

This past week, Palmetto High School participated in a fund-raising event where students and staff test drove luxury cars in order to raise money for the school. However, this normally boring exercise around in circles was given an interesting     twist when one of the cars , a Mustang,  disappeared for longer than usual.

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Summer Ways~Coachella Daze

Coachella is a synonymous name between all hipsters, music-lovers, wanna be youtubers, and party-goers alike.  The popular music and arts festival in Coachella Valley, California kicks off the summer music festival season in the U.S.. This year, it took place from Friday April 13th to Sunday April 22nd. It featured performances from some of the

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Palmetto High “Doubles Up” at Districts

The Palmetto Tigers  boys and girls’ tennis teams made their way up to Treasure Cove, St. Petersburg  for a district tournament on  April 17th and 18th. Both teams played high ranking individuals from many different schools and gave their most valiant efforts, but fell just short of making it to regionals. However, three freshmen played

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U.S. France, and Britain Bomb Syria In Response To Chemical Attack

On Tuesday, April 4th, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against civilians outside Damascus, killing at least 42 adults and children. After this happened, President Trump reacted by promising to exact a “big price” on the Assad regime. Later, the U.S. and allies discussed how to respond to such an attack and on Friday, April

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