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Where Did the Languages Go?

Martha Calix, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017

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One thing I’ve learned while attending this school is that Spanish is the only language that you can learn at Coral Shores. If you want to learn any another language, you have to do it online. I do not think it’s fair that...

Tips for Testing

Martha Calix, Staff Writer

June 1, 2017

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  It’s that time of year at Coral Shores, testing, and here are some tips from teachers, and fellow students. Students and teachers know how difficult and stressful it can be when it comes to testing, so here are some...

How Fair is the Dress Code, Really?

Alex DeToro, Staff Writer

May 31, 2017

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In my opinion dress code should be compatible with the climate that the school of subject is in. If you live in Antarctica, you really shouldn’t wear short shorts and miniskirts, but down here it’s hot all the time and our ...

Unethical Journalism Practices

Cullen Kennedy, Staff Writer

May 26, 2017

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In my opinion, one of the worst journalistic errors is the obstruction of privacy. That is, printing the names of people without their consent when it could damage them, especially minors. Recently, a local newspaper published...

Choker Trend Reaches Coral Shores

Brittney Doyle, Staff Writer

May 25, 2017

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The new fashion trend sweeping America has found its way into the halls of Coral Shores: chokers. These are trendy necklaces that sit tight on your neck like you’re being, well, choked. Like any trend, there are mixed opinions...

A Letter to Next Year’s Freshmen

Emme Santayana, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017

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Starting as an incoming freshman in high school can be both exciting and nerve- wracking at the same time, but I discovered throughout my first year at Coral Shores that, above all, freshman year is an unforgettable journey. Most...

Open Letter to Underclassmen

May 19, 2017

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Dear Underclassmen, I know that you’ve heard this before, but I’m saying it again. Senior year comes so fast. The three years before it [senior year] seem trivial, but they are what shape you into the human that people...

Senior Crunch Time

Senior Crunch Time

May 19, 2017

We’re Humans, Not Busy Bees

Alex De Toro, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

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 What do vocab packets, article summaries, algebra nation, biology coloring, and notebook quizzes all have in common? They’re all busy work assigned to us by teachers. In my opinion busy work shouldn’t be assigned as a reg...

Students Share Their Thoughts on the R Word

Geovana Capitos, Staff Writer

April 26, 2017

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Using retarded as a derogatory term is childish. As high schoolers, we should move past bringing each other down. What are you getting out of calling someone retarded? The goal of the program is to create a more accepting environment,...

A Guy’s Perspective on Prom

Felicia Morris, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017

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If we’re being honest, most guys genuinely don’t like prom. When I reached out to fellas at Coral Shores, it was pretty unanimous. “Prom is stupid because sophomores can’t go,” said sophomore Devyn Kondon. We can’t ...

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