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Trump Beats Clinton in 2016 Presidential Election

Jonathan Babich, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

Filed under Opinion

On Nov. 8th our country participated in arguably our greatest right given to us, voting. The ultimate outcome was businessman Donald Trump winning in an electoral vote landslide. The Electoral College is often called an undemocratic...

What It’s Like To Work One of the Most Influential Elections: A Student’s Perspective

Kaleigh Young, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

Filed under Opinion

I have never really been into politics until this election. I believe we can all agree this is one of the most influential and unusual presidential elections of all time. Just watching the campaign trail was interesting, but being...

Debate, Discussion Engages Students Better

Sarah Kelley, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As a subject, the English language has always been a personal favorite of mine. I hold a hopeless infatuation with the creation, effects, and pure magic of literature. Why must this previously unalloyed passion be sullied by the...

What’s Happening in the Keys

Lina Fernandez, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

From the disappointing news of the toll booth closure, to the epidemic of screwworms and history centers renovations, there are plenty of interesting events and happenings students should know about. Toll Booth Closure For Upper Keys resid...

Love? I Think Not

Kyla Catarineau, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

 Love, a word that used to hold so much meaning and meant such a big deal in a relationship, what happened to it? Love used to be a very large and significant step in a relationship, but now a couple has been dating for two ...

Everyone Sucks 2016

Hallie Rutten, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

CONTRIBUTED “For Trump or not for Trump?” That is the question. Or, if you prefer, “For Hillary or not for Hillary?” These are the two questions that dominate conversations across the country, just as they have for the past several mo...

Is One Day Enough For Students at the End of the Grading Period?

Jakob Pooley, Staff Writer

October 24, 2016

Filed under Opinion

At Coral Shores, the end of the grading period is always accompanied by—to the joy of students and the chagrin of teachers—a professional day. Most students would not bother to question a grace period being in place at al...

Much Can Be Done To Improve Quality of Everglades, Florida Bay

KC Spaulding, Guest Columnist

October 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Only when we have lost something that can’t be restored, will we realize what we have done. On December 6, 1949 President Harry S. Truman presented the United States with Florida’s Everglades National Park. As time we...

‘I Hate Freshmen’

Kyla Catarineau, Columnist

October 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As you may or may not know, a new and growing hate has recently been shed upon the freshman class, which is very much deserved. The freshmen have many reasons to be hated, but the one that drove this strong of a feeling t...

International Invasives

Robby Majeska, Staff Writer

September 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Writer Every child has wanted to win a goldfish at the fair, but what happens when they get tired of it? Recently in the Western United States former pet goldfish have been found in local ecosystems weighing up to four pound...

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