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2020 G7 Summit at the Trump National Doral Miami

2020 G7 Summit at the Trump National Doral Miami

Kate Stuzin, Copy Editor

September 21, 2019

On Aug. 26, the final day of the 2019 G7 Summit, President Donald Trump told reporters in Biarritz, France that he hopes to host next year’s meeting at the Trump National Doral Miami. Since then, much controversy over the location has arisen. Considering that Trump owns and profits from the golf resor...

Fall Sports Preview

Fall Sports Preview

Valentina Caceres, Sports Editor/Multimedia Editor

September 18, 2019

Students slowly settle into their routine as the 2019-2020 school year commences. The beginning of the school year also marks the beginning of sports such as football, volleyball, golf, bowling, cross country and swimming. These teams have trained hard, preparing to defeat their rivals and win champ...

2019 U.S. Open Highlights

2019 U.S. Open Highlights

Camilla Bondy, Design Editor

September 17, 2019

Every last week of Aug., New York City hosts the U.S. Open, a hard court tennis championship where multiple tennis players get together and play their hardest.  According to usopen.org, the tournament is a modern version of the oldest tennis championship, the U.S. National Championship. The U.S. Open...

New Students at Palmetto

New Students at Palmetto

Lissette Martinez, Feature Editor

September 16, 2019

Palmetto welcomes new students from around the country every year. However, The Panther has decided to give a few lucky students a chance to introduce themselves to the school. Palmetto has rolled out the carpet for them in  hopes of learning more about these newly-transferred scholars and formally...

Getting Back Into the Swing of School

Getting Back Into the Swing of School

Jane Heise, Managing Editor

September 10, 2019

After two and a half months of rest and relaxation, plunging right back into a hectic work schedule shocks many high school students and creates feelings of overwhelming anxiety. However, there are many ways to ease back into the school year and cut down on the initial back-to-school chaos.  &nbs...

The Best Places to Study in Pinecrest and Palmetto Bay

The Best Places to Study in Pinecrest and Palmetto Bay

Ana Martinez, Design Editor

September 10, 2019

The beginning of school goes hand and hand with the beginning of an endless cycle of homework and studying. To increase productivity, students need to find a quiet place to do so. Below are five places that offer a tranquil setting and peaceful ambiance for students to get work done. Brewing Buddh...

Should There Be An End To Remakes?

Should There Be An End To Remakes?

Priscilla Bermudez, Copy Editor

September 9, 2019

In recent years, 90s nostalgia has increased. The comeback of scrunchies, old band t-shirts and vintage outfits prove people’s longing for a return to the past. Not only does the fashion industry reflect this craving, but the film and television industry does as well. The desire for a throwback to t...

Are Parents Addicted To Their Phones?

Are Parents Addicted To Their Phones?

Sydney Campbell, Design Editor

September 5, 2019

You and your family decide to go out for dinner. While at dinner you see the usual: parents occupying their young children with tablets so that they don't get too irritating and teens scrolling through social media or texting friends. Now, parents also join their children in this habit of using phones a...

The Amazon is Burning

The Amazon is Burning

Gianna Hutton, Design Editor

September 5, 2019

Burning for more than three weeks, the Amazon Rainforest needs saving, or one of our major oxygen sources will cease to exist. Four times the size of Alaska, the Amazon plays a key role in resisting climate change and serves as a vital carbon sink, according to the Washington Post. On Tuesday, Brazilian...

Construction Causes Palmetto Traffic Jams

Construction Causes Palmetto Traffic Jams

Nicole Markus, Print Editor-In-Chief

August 27, 2019

In the five minute recess between classes, Palmetto students must traverse blocked central hallways they previously used to make it to their seats before the bell rings. A direct result of the construction taking place at Palmetto, the blocked hallways pose an added challenge for students who already s...

UM vs. UF 2019 Football Game Recap

UM vs. UF 2019 Football Game Recap

Jack Meyer, News Editor

August 26, 2019

For the annual University of Miami-University of Florida game, fans experienced a wide range of emotions watching the Canes and the Gators go head-to-head to start off the 2019 college football season. In a highly contested matchup, neither team took a lead larger than six points, with the outcome re...

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