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ICYMI: The Panther Voice offers faculty the spotlight

ICYMI: The Panther Voice offers faculty the spotlight

Alexandra Pedroso, Staff Writer
April 20, 2017
Filed under Events, Features, Top Stories

On Tuesday April 18th, Palmetto Senior High’s teachers sang on stage and performed for our entertainment. The event was sponsored by the class of 2018 and amused all the other classes. The Panther Voice started off by introducing the three judges, Danny Pita, Natalia Ortega, and Charles Noguera. ...

Meet the candidates: A preview of school elections

Meet the candidates: A preview of school elections

Susan Aghedo, Copy Editor
March 22, 2017
Filed under Events, Features, Top Stories

On Tuesday, March 21, Student Council and Student Government candidates campaigned during both lunches in Panther Square. Lined with banners and littered with bodies, the square was loud with shouts of who to vote in the election, which will be held on Thursday, March 23, during both lunches as well...

Syndee Winters: What a Ham(ilton)

Syndee Winters: What a Ham(ilton)

Marlowe Starling, Feature Editor
February 28, 2017
Filed under Events, Features, Top Stories

On Jan. 30, a Broadway actress took the Miami Palmetto auditorium stage for perhaps the hundredth time since she began her career as a performer. Syndee Winters, who most recently has acted as the understudy for all the lead female roles in Broadway’s smash hit “Hamilton: An American Musical,” returne...

High school sweethearts tell their stories

High school sweethearts tell their stories

Morgan Elmslie, Copy Editor
February 15, 2017
Filed under Features, Photoessay, Top Stories

In the four years we spend at Palmetto, many of us find ourselves, our passions, our best friends and our strengths. But some lucky ones find their soulmates. The same classes we sit in and the same hallways we walk in are the sacred meeting grounds for a few inseparable lovers. Maria Dao, ...

The Instagram Age

The Instagram Age

Mia Zaldivar, Design Editor
February 2, 2017
Filed under Features, Life, Top Stories

There are 600 million monthly active users on Instagram as of December of 2016, and over 90% of users aging under 35.  The social media platform that swept our generation has taken over their lives without even noticing. The Pew Research center surveyed 3,000 people and 88% of their participants ag...

Performing Arts department puts Panthers in the holiday spirit

Performing Arts department puts Panthers in the holiday spirit

Marlowe Starling, Feature Editor
December 17, 2016
Filed under Events, Features, Top Stories

On Thursday, Dec. 15, the Palmetto Performing Arts department displayed all the wit and talent of its students. As the jazz band played the classic ballads that come with the season, viewers in the halls outside the auditorium soaked in the Art Walk, featuring the works of Palmetto’s Fine Arts stude...

Convergence

Convergence

Marlowe Starling, Feature Editor
October 10, 2016
Filed under Features, Features, Top Stories

Two alumni Palmetto wrestlers cross the borders of friendship throughout their lives, and it started with the craving for competition The Lightweight Kevin Pedersen lives each day with his past and Christ in mind. He served in the military and became the highest award-winning Drug Enforcement Ag...

The Panther’s class of 2016 says goodbye

The Panther’s class of 2016 says goodbye

Isabelle Carbajales, Annabel Sanz, Claudia Vera, Emma Seckinger, Victoria Arguelles, Samantha Ganter, Sophie Carrillo, Shane McCrink, Keith Richards, Megan Martinez, Emily Diez, and Sungho Son
June 1, 2016
Filed under Archive, Features, Top Stories

High school is a unique experience. Each day marks one step closer to a finish line that seems endlessly out of reach and through this tunnel vision, we lose sight of the journey. Every good grade, every long night, every new friend and every tear contributes to the high school experience we spend...

Veteran support In The United States

Veteran support In The United States

Emma Seckinger, Staff Writer
May 30, 2016
Filed under Archive, Features, Top Stories

Memorial Day: what has become an excuse for a weekend getaway or stores to have a twenty five percent off sale originally stemmed from a day dedicated to the remembrance of fallen soldiers who gave their lives while serving the United States. Originally called Decoration Day, this holiday, along with...

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