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Sign Ban for Friday Night Lights

Sign Ban for Friday Night Lights

Last week was rivalry week as our Palmetto Tigers faced the Manatee Hurricanes. It was arguably the biggest week for both teams, and apparently both crowds too. Knowing that we have a long history among each other, our administrators took charge of a potentially threatening sign war among the student sections. Both the high schools’

Saying Hello to the New Town: Miracle Whip, Florida

The small town of Mayo, Florida, with a resident count of only about 1,500 people has partnered with the Miracle Whip brand for an entertaining marketing strategy. The town changed their name to Miracle Whip in order to bring attention to the location and the Kraft Heinz dressing product. “We aren’t going to be boring

Justify the 13th Triple Crown Winner

The 150th Belmont Stake Race was one of records. Justify, a three year old chestnut American Thoroughbred has officially become the second, completely undefeated horse to win the prestige title of Triple Crown Winner(second to Seattle Slew in 1977) under the hall of fame jockey or rider, Mike Smith.  Previously only 12 other horses have won the

Starbucks: Hold The Straws

On July 9th Starbucks took a monumental step towards reducing plastic pollution. Starbucks announced that by 2020 all stores will phase out single use plastic straws. Starbucks which has always openly advertised its commitment towards sustainable solutions. Starbucks instead has replaced single use straws with a new lid that can be described as an “adult

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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