Wolf Tracks

Putting off procrastination

Garrett Morrissey, News Editor

October 17, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

As of Oct. 15, the first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year was officially over. As this quarter ends, the second half of the semester begins bringing with it determination and grit for a strong marking period. Procrastination...

Christmas in October?

Mia Cafaro, Sport's Editor

October 15, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

As September segues into October, students celebrate having survived the first months of the school year. Classes are being conquered, routines are being settled, and sleep deprivation has not yet completely set in. However, t...

How to spice up your homecoming

Mia Cafaro, News Editor

October 14, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

  It's that time of year again- the leaves are changing, a touch of chill is in the air, and everyone is scrambling to finalize their homecoming plans. Given that the big event is next Saturday night, this week is the last ch...

Never spend a boring weekend in Tampa again

Manuela Graf, Features and Entertainment Editor

September 4, 2018

Filed under Features

When living in a small town like Lithia, there is no doubt that it is easy to get bored fast. However, it is also easy to overlook the amazing city and area we all have at our fingertips. Tampa is not only for Sunday family outings...

Gun control: why stricter laws are necessary

Miles Swan, News Reporter

April 16, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinion

Gun control: America’s number one day issue with the most controversy. After the recent shooting on February 14 th in Marjory Stoneman Douglass High school in Parkland Florida, this long overdue issue has come to light. As...

Conspiracies 101

Abby O'Brian, Features Reporter

March 21, 2018

Filed under Features

Conspiracies are always good at spicing up a conversation, whether you want to debate about historic events, high profile deaths, or how the world works. Popular controversial theories are the moon landing, 9/11, John F. Kennedy'...

Mental illness: The scapegoat of all other problems

Ling Shapiro, Features Reporter

March 8, 2018

Filed under Features

Mental illness is a global and serious problem that impacts people in a multitude of ways.  There are 450 million people suffering from a variety of mental illness; people all around the world suffer from diseases like autis...

Senior stresses

Abby O'Brien, Features Reporter

February 13, 2018

Filed under Features

Over the last four years I'm sure you've heard of everything that your senior year will entail: grad bash, college applications, FLVS, AP classes, Dual Enrollment, class rank, senior pictures, graduation, prom, etc. Although every...

Not so New Year’s Resolutions

Marissa Levine, Entertainment Reporter

February 5, 2018

Filed under Features

It’s February and you’ve already failed at your New Year’s Resolution. Even though you promised yourself you’d go the gym four times a week, you haven’t even gone four times all month. You’ve already convinced yourself...

Marriage Equality

Ling Shapiro, Features Reporter

January 9, 2018

Filed under Features

Slowly, marriage equality laws are getting passed around the world. In this case, marriage equality means that if a man and woman can get married, a man and a man could get married, or a woman and a woman.  In America it feels ...

Champions for Children

Manuela Graf, Features Editor

December 23, 2017

Filed under Features

Throughout the vast area that encompasses Hillsborough County, there are many different educational programs that are often ignored, including many nonprofit organizations dedicated to working in the county’s school system....

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