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Censorship Negatively Impacts Understanding of Theater
Opinions

Charlotte Varnes | November 1, 2019

In our most recent print issue, two of our reporters addressed the dangers of censorship, and how lucky we are to be able to take English courses that teach banned books. However, censorship certainly…

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Krieger Impacts Athletes in Brevard
Sports

Julia McCarthy | February 27, 2019

Professional soccer player and World Cup champion, Ali Krieger, took the field in Indialantic as part of her recently launched youth soccer camp. Established in July of 2018, Ali Krieger Football Camp…

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Gibson Repeats Eighth Grade for Lacrosse
Sports

Sophie Lyons | January 29, 2019

14-year-old Dylan Gibson decided to repeat eighth grade not because he struggled academically but because of his love for lacrosse. From traveling to Maryland three out of four weekends every month, he…

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Getting Into Geer
Features

Claire Jackering | January 29, 2019

Imagine hosting a press conference for four of the most talented American athletes during the Olympics, representing USA Track and Field in honoring the 1984 men’s Olympic team, or traveling all around…

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At the End of Your Rope
Opinions

Nina Cinca | December 26, 2018

Life is a constant competition. We compete at everything we do and the vicious cycle is never-ending. Teenagers compete against one another to get into college, athletes compete against rivalry teams to…

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Club vs High School
Sports

Julia McCarthy | December 21, 2018

Whether you’re stepping onto Ford Field with a tiger plastered across your chest, or onto a court in Rome, Georgia, head to head against an unfamiliar face, an athlete’s commitment to the…

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