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Previewing And Predicting The 60th Annual Grammy Awards

Previewing And Predicting The 60th Annual Grammy Awards

Brianne Guanaga, news editor

January 28, 2018


Filed under BLOGS, Noted, Top Stories

It is that time of year again: the thousand dollar dresses, diamonds and cufflinks dipped in gold, artists on strict diets. And finally, there are the lights, the cameras, the Grammys. Since I was little, the Grammys were a huge deal in my house. I would invite my best friend over and we would dress ...

Top 10 Movies You Missed in 2017

Top 10 Movies You Missed in 2017

Olympia Rodriguez, print-editor-in-chief

January 9, 2018


Filed under BLOGS, The Fourth Wall, Top Stories

In a world of Michael Bays and Christopher Nolans, we seem to expect the film with the most gargantuan budget to yield an indisputable win when award season comes. While Get Out and Wonder Woman stand out among the marvelous releases this year, many others get shoved under the rug of cluttered screenplays, book a...

Ranking the 17 Best Halloween Movies of All-Time

Ranking the 17 Best Halloween Movies of All-Time

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

October 28, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, The Fourth Wall, Top Stories

Scary Movie (2000) As a prototype of the iconic parody franchise, Scary Movie brings us a the marriage of Scream (1996) and I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) in a raunchy restructuring of the original slasher films. Starring Anna Faris, the Wayans brothers and other familiar faces, a band...

Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

October 19, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, The Fourth Wall, Top Stories

We all know cannibals have essentially monopolized the entire “you are what you eat” philosophy, but are they taking over horror movies as well? In a post-The-Hills-Have-Eyes industry, screenwriters find cannibalism easier to stomach than ever. With the integration of elements commonly found in short...

Welcome To The Fourth Wall

Welcome To The Fourth Wall

Olympia Rodriguez, print editor-in-chief

October 17, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, The Fourth Wall, Top Stories

I vividly remember my first time stepping onto a film set: a makeshift school hallway, with lockers and doors leading exactly nowhere, and 3 all encompassing walls, containing an entire universe within its parameters. Seeing before me what I had previously only seen through a technicolor silkscreen remain...

Welcome To Noted

Welcome To Noted

Brianne Guanaga, news editor

October 17, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, Noted, Top Stories

Music: it’s the connection everyone in the world has to one another. My name is Brianne Guanaga and I am currently a senior at Miami Palmetto Senior High, heading towards double-majoring in journalism and music business. This blog, “Noted,” is going to discuss all things involving music, whether...

Leap of faith

Leap of faith

Remy Farkas, Editor-in-Chief of The Panther

March 31, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, Top Stories, W.I.L.

We have reached the final quarter of the final year of high school. These last nine weeks consist of countless decisions and a sense of excitement combined with nostalgia. The time has come when we make the final decision of where our next four years will be spent. We wrestle with colleges. Which...

Thomas Perez: A Disappointing Appointment

Thomas Perez: A Disappointing Appointment

Attila Dos Santos, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, T.P.P., Top Stories

If boredom and stale, unsuccessful politics had a face, it would be that of former Labor Secretary under President Obama and newly appointed leader of the Democratic party Thomas Perez. How much easier can the Democrats make it for Donald Trump at this point? Why on earth would they appoint someone part...

TPP #3: Anti-semitism or anti-Trumpism?

Attila Dos Santos, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, T.P.P., Top Stories

Here we are again, going over yet another accusation on President Trump; only now he is not a fascist but an anti-semite. This allegation arose after a wave of threats towards Jewish communities and buildings spread throughout the U.S. The count keeps climbing, with over 50 threats on 54 Jewish communi...

TPP #2: The Mar-a-Lago “incident”: Not a big deal

Attila Dos Santos, Staff Writer

February 20, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, T.P.P., Top Stories

What happened at the dining area of the Mar-a-Lago, the estate and historic landmark in West Palm Beach, during President Trump’s meeting with the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on February 11? According to the New York Times, the events that took place represented a national security crisis in the open. On that night, North Korea test-fired a balli...

The Political Plebeian #1: The Trump-Trudeau Meeting is another step in the right direction

The Political Plebeian #1: The Trump-Trudeau Meeting is another step in the right direction

Attila Dos Santos, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, T.P.P., Top Stories

This is the first story of my new political blog, which will include my opinion on anything I find requires my two cents. I will focus on American large-scale politics, pertaining as well (or not) to the rest of the world. Do not expect me to hesitate in making fun of anything pertaining to politics... as ...

WIL #1: The Second Semester Myth

WIL #1: The Second Semester Myth

Remy Farkas, Editor-in-Chief of The Panther

February 10, 2017


Filed under BLOGS, Top Stories, W.I.L.

WIL. What I’ve Learned. The past four years of high school have been quite the adventure. Here is what I have learned over the roller coaster of high school; sympathizing with students my age and preparing students for what is to come. I used to watch second-semester seniors spend their days parading around ...

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