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Where, When and Why to Watch the FIFA World Cup 2022

Edie Carneiro, Copy Editor November 20, 2022

As November comes to an end, one of the most renowned sporting events in history quickly approaches, The FIFA World Cup. Hosted in Qatar this year, the worldwide tournament commences on Nov. 20, and will...

Women’s Under 17 World Cup Concludes

Women’s Under 17 World Cup Concludes

Emilia Haus, Multimedia Photo Editor November 15, 2022

As the beginning of the Men's World Cup approaches, the Women's Under 17 World Cup reaches its end. In a late victory, defending champion Spain beat Colombia 1-0 in Colombia’s first finals appearance....

The Newest Combat Sport: The Power Slap League

Jake Hawkins, Staff Writer November 5, 2022

There have been many violent sports over the years, but one has recently taken the world by storm. The newly licensed athletic sport, The Power Slap League, has increased in popularity since its initial...

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Palmetto Student Section Culture

Emilia Haus, Multimedia Photo Editor October 27, 2022

Panther pride is found everywhere in the community, whether it is on bumper stickers or celebratory posts from alumni. However, there is no place that holds more energy, pride and spirit than the Miami...

Sports Commentary: Is Florida College Football Failing?

Jake Hawkins, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

As the beginning of the school year kicks off, so does college football season. College football in Florida has a reputation of being wild, as the fans are very passionate about their teams and inter-state...

The Dolphins Complicated Journey to the SuperBowl

Paulina Handal, Staff Writer October 7, 2022

After several years of defeat, 2022 was projected to be the year of the Miami Dolphins, so far, the season has not lived up to fan’s expectations.1973 marked the last year the Miami Dolphins won the...

The Retirement of Federer the Great

Paula Ortiz, Design Editor September 24, 2022

Roger Federer, the record-breaking grand slam winner who played tennis for over 300 weeks, announced his retirement on Sept. 14. His last match in July 2021, at the British Wimbledon, left speculation...

Serena Williams’ Greatness Comes to a Close

Jake Hawkins, Staff Writer September 17, 2022

On Aug. 25, it was announced that the 2022 U.S. Open would be Serena Williams' final tournament. Williams has been a tennis icon, not just for women, but for the sport in general.  She made her professional...

The AIM to Help Palmetto Athletes

Paulina Handal, Staff Writer September 15, 2022

In any high school sport, there is more to the sport than the game itself, and at Miami Palmetto Senior High School, it is no different. Palmetto’s athletics department prioritizes athletes’ well-being.  Often...

A Touchdown into Fantasy Football

Eitan Greenberg, Sports Editor September 12, 2022

Fantasy Football is one of the most popular hobbies in the United States from late August to early February. It is an online game in which league participants serve as owners and managers of their teams,...

A Farewell to Four-Time Formula 1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel

Sofia Strohmeier, Copy Editor September 7, 2022

On July 28, Sebastian Vettel announced his retirement from Formula 1. After 16 years in the sport, Vettel will depart at the end of this season carrying numerous records with him. Born in Heppenheim,...

The Final Four in Women’s Division I Lacrosse

Valentina Arias, Multimedia Photo Editor May 26, 2022

This Friday the last four teams in the NCAA Division I Lacrosse bracket are on their way to the semifinals. The University of North Carolina, Northwestern University, the University of Maryland and Boston...

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