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If Walls Could Speak

If Walls Could Speak

Valentina Caceres, Sports Editor, Multimedia Editor

October 23, 2019

Before Miami Palmetto Senior High students know it, they will walk the halls of a brand-new, three-story building. Everyone agrees the time has come for some updates to our school — Palmetto’s oldest buildings date as far back as 40 years. As soon as the new building is complete, the destruction ...

Homecoming Day 5: Arcadia 2020

Homecoming Day 5: Arcadia 2020

Nicole Markus, Print Editor-in-Chief

October 20, 2019

Homecoming Day 4: Palmetto Spirit Day

Homecoming Day 4: Palmetto Spirit Day

Valentina Caceres, Sports Editor, Multimedia Editor

October 20, 2019

Homecoming Day 3: Class Colors Day

Homecoming Day 3: Class Colors Day

Valentina Caceres, Sports Editor, Multimedia Editor

October 20, 2019

Inside the Darkroom: Photography Class Profile

Inside the Darkroom: Photography Class Profile

Sabrina Catalan, copy editor

April 30, 2018

The tapping of a pen on a desk, the flipping pages of a textbook, the ringing of a bell, the bustling in the hall. Take in a breath, and it starts all over again in a slightly different seat. At times, high school may seem like a monotonous routine. Thus, creative electives, such as photography,...

Meet The Candidates: Prospective Student Representatives Make Their Case

Meet The Candidates: Prospective Student Representatives Make Their Case

Camila Myers, Life Editor

April 4, 2018

With the election for Student Council and class representatives for the 2018-2019 school year quickly approaching, all the candidates running for office met in Panther Square during both lunches today, Apr. 4, to campaign for the election tomorrow. The candidates handed out candy, food and stickers an...

Hear Them Roar: What the March for Our Lives Protesters Have to Say

Hear Them Roar: What the March for Our Lives Protesters Have to Say

Jack Cruz-Alvarez, Alexis Garcia-Ruiz, and Alex Pedroso

March 25, 2018

Over a month after a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida left 17 dead, student activists helped coordinate March for Our Lives events across the US and the world on Saturday, March 24. With the help of groups like Everytown for Gun Safety, MSD students have organized mar...

Day 3: #MeToo Among Generations

Day 3: #MeToo Among Generations

Allessandra Inzinna, feature editor

February 3, 2018

Shared experiences regarding sexual harassment transcend generations, but the ability to publicly vocalize these concerns is something only younger generations have access to. The #MeToo movement gave victims of sexual harassment the microphone in mainstream media. The momentum, which stripped m...

After Irma: Power Struggle

After Irma: Power Struggle

Jack Cruz-Alvarez and Morgan Elmslie

October 13, 2017

As Irma neared and models shifted west, Miami-Dade County breathed a sigh of relief at the idea that it would be spared the worst of the storm. But, despite Dade receiving only category 1 force winds when we were expecting category 4 force winds, many residents of the county sustained significant da...

High school sweethearts tell their stories

High school sweethearts tell their stories

Morgan Elmslie, Copy Editor

February 15, 2017

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, ...

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