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Athletic Insider Blog: Justice Winslow

Jack Meyer, Sports Editor

February 24, 2019

The Miami Heat have had their fair share of struggles this season. The team sits at 26-30, currently ninth place in the Eastern Conference, and are fighting for one of the lower seeds in the playoffs. However, one of the bright spots for the Heat this season has been Justise Winslow’s breakout, as Winslo...

The Panther Travels: Kauai

Nicole Markus, Copy Editor

February 11, 2019

Kauai is one of the lesser-known Hawaiian islands, but definitely not the least beautiful. Full of things to do and see, Kauai remains an amazing travel destination for anybody wanting to visit the wonders of Hawaii.   Kauai Backcountry Adventures: This exciting tubing and zipline adventure compa...

Athletic Insider: Tate Martell

Jack Meyer, Sports Editor

January 30, 2019

Newly appointed University of Miami football head coach Manny Diaz said one of his priorities will be to solve the program’s quarterback problems. It looks like he has already taken  steps to achieve his goal. Former five-star recruit and Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell announced on Jan. 15 t...

Athletic Insider Blog

Jack Meyer, Sports Editor

January 23, 2019

The purpose of the Athlete Insider blog is to put the spotlight on certain athletes across South Florida. Some will be local high school talent, while others will be professional athletes. We hope you enjoy our newest blog addition!

The Panther Travels: Nashville

Nicole Markus, Copy Editor

January 7, 2019

Nashville, Tennessee, lovingly dubbed “Music City,” filled with restaurants, sports and of course, concerts. There were many things that stood out in this cultural hub, and it definitely lived up to its reputation. The Stillery received 4.5 stars with over 1,092 google reviews. They are known...

Restaurant Chains vs. Local Ethnic Restaurants

Joanna Salvat, Life Editor

December 11, 2018

Many American entrepreneurial dream about opening a small, local restaurant that expresses many of their own food and designial desires. Unfortunately, this task proves itself as one of the most competitive and difficult to succeed in. Local restaurants face constant competition with restaurant chains located ...

Explaining the Caravan Issue

Samuel Stone, Opinion Editor

December 11, 2018

On Oct. 13, 7,000 Honduran citizens fled their home country in attempt to gain asylum from the U.S.. These migrants are fleeing a situation riddled with high crime rates, poverty and unemployment. As the caravan traveled further north, more migrants  joined. The caravan provided an alternative route t...

Introduction to The Panther Travels

Nicole Markus, Copy Editor

November 26, 2018

The Panther Travels is a new blog written by the Panther staff as they navigate the country and the world. Whenever a Panther staffer travels to a new city, they will review standout restaurants, experiences and any colleges they visit. With the help of the Panther staffers there will be plenty of interes...

On the Air, Unaware!

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

April 24, 2018

1998: The year of Google’s inception, the final episode of Seinfeld and, most notably, Peter Weir’s The Truman Show. Starring Jim Carrey as the hopelessly missguided Truman Burbank, Weir eloquently frames a television show within a movie translating themes of deception, entrapment and self-awareness ‒ or th...

Show The Drummer Some Love

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

April 18, 2018

As inseparable as the Olsen twins and as complementary as the sun and the moon, film and music project a connection that refuses to be ignored. Between visual albums and best score nominations, movies and music have always shared a bond, interlacing beyond the standard soundtrack or music video. Howe...

Top Ten Horror Movies For The Faint-Hearted

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

March 6, 2018

The world consists of two types of people: those who can handle horror and those who cannot. For those of us who suffer chronic insomnia following a scary movie, this selection of films steers clear of the fine line between terrifying and traumatizing. Perfect for viewers who prefer more entertainment t...

Predicting The Winners For The 90th Annual Academy Awards

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

February 21, 2018

On Sunday, March 4, the Dolby Theatre will host the 90th annual Academy Awards, otherwise known as the Oscars. With such a massive microscope on Hollywood, the Academy’s approach to this year’s awards will define the integrity of the film industry as a whole, relying heavily on who they will crown ...

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