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Has Palmetto Done Enough Since MSD? (FACEOFF)

Nicole Markus and Samuel Stone

March 17, 2019


Filed under Faceoff, OPINION

Yes: (N.M) In the one year since the shooting that left 17 dead at Parkland on Feb. 14, 2018, Palmetto has taken many effective steps to ensure not only the safety of students but to ensure their peace of mind as well. Only a week after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting, Palmetto allowed s...

Is The Death Penalty Justified?

Jane Heise, Copy Editor

March 1, 2019


Filed under OPINION

The controversies surrounding the death penalty have plagued governments across the world. Many major global powers still enforce the death penalty; these countries include the U.S., China, Iran and Saudi Arabia. However, the U.S. stands as the only Western country that still performs capital punishment. Th...

14 Days of Love Day 13: The Signs of a Toxic Relationship

14 Days of Love Day 13: The Signs of a Toxic Relationship

Joanna Salvat, Life Editor

February 13, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, LIFE, Top Stories

A lack of communication and trust Communication and miscommunication can make or break a relationship; the skill of open communication between two people builds a foundation of trust. According to the Huffington Post, poor communication is the #1 reason couples split up. In any type of relationship, whether romantic ...

14 Days of Love Day 11: Does Social Media Accurately Represent a Relationship?

14 Days of Love Day 11: Does Social Media Accurately Represent a Relationship?

Mia Zaldivar, Print Managing Editor

February 11, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, OPINION, Top Stories

While a picture may be worth a thousand words, in the case of depicting a relationship via social media, that simply does not apply. In the Instagram world today, people constantly post photos on the internet to share with the world their lives. However, this never actually happens. One’s social...

14 Days of Love Day 9: How to Survive a Bad Date

14 Days of Love Day 9: How to Survive a Bad Date

Allessandra Inzinna, Senior Copy Editor

February 9, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, LIFE, Top Stories

Bad dates can deter people from ever wanting to attempt another potentially disastrous romantic venture again. But one disappointing date should not ruin one’s entire outlook on love. One might have to suffer through a few bad dates in order to find a good match, but there are a few simple ways to...

14 Days of Love Day 8: Valentine’s Day Promotions in Miami

14 Days of Love Day 8: Valentine’s Day Promotions in Miami

Allison Strasius, Feature Editor

February 8, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, LIFE, Top Stories

The Valentine’s Day season is all about love, emotions and… promotions! Whether found at the mall or favorite restaurants, the deals pop up every passing day up until the holiday — especially rampant on Feb. 14 itself. In this guide, learn all of the great spots to find them!   K...

14 Days of Love Day 7: The Stigma Behind Opposite Sex Friendships

14 Days of Love Day 7: The Stigma Behind Opposite Sex Friendships

Annette Gonzalez, Multimedia Editor

February 7, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, FEATURE, Top Stories

The emotions and obstacles that come with friendship are already complex on their own, but society adding on external pressures can make the relationship even more confusing. Best friends that are of the opposite sex live in a world of inescapable stigma that can often make or break a relationship. ...

14 Days of Love Day 6: Is it Worth Continuing a Relationship After High School? (FACEOFF)

14 Days of Love Day 6: Is it Worth Continuing a Relationship After High School? (FACEOFF)

Jayden Woodfall and Chloe Gallivan

February 6, 2019


Filed under 14 Days of Love, Faceoff, OPINION, Top Stories

Yes: (J.W) Entering high school is similar to starting a new book: the possibilities are endless. Whatever plans made at the start, morph into new, unexpected things that many never see coming, and it’s only natural. People completely change in course of four years and make decisions they probably...

Dear Anti-Vaxxers

Nicole Markus, Copy Editor

February 5, 2019


Filed under OPINION

Measles, a disease thought to be eradicated from the U.S. in 2000, is plaguing the country once again. Upwards of 45 people have been confirmed to have measles in the U.S. since Jan. 1, according to CNN. At least 41 of these cases were not vaccinated against the disease, even though the vaccine is cons...

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