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Senioritis

Kaylalea Mendez

May 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Senioritis is a phenomenon that has been affecting high school students for decades; a term used to classify the symptoms high school seniors often battle towards the final weeks of their high school education. The term itself...

Check Out These Cool Beans

Zoë, Aleksa

May 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

There’s a really few number of people that dislike coffee, the rest of America literally runs on it. Coffee is common but unfortunately good coffee is hard to come by. Coffee chains are taking over and while an iced coffee ...

10 things I would tell my freshman self

Kaylalea Mendez, Photogrady Editor

April 12, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinion

With 7 weeks left in my high school career, I find myself reflecting on the past four years more and more every day. I remember attending GAP camp the summer before my freshman year, which is a week long day camp that prepares...

Overcoming your FLVS-itis

Mari Faiello, Editor-in-Chief, Print

April 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

480 minutes, 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, 180 days a year we sit in a classroom with an instructor learning new subjects. The typical mindset being, “man I just can’t wait to get out of this place.” Nowadays, students in...

I Would Read This Book Everyday

Alanna Pollock, Entertainment Editor

March 21, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Everyday by David Levithan is a wonderful novel that depicts life in various ways. Everyday, A, wakes in a new body with new memories and has to live life for a day in that body. They have to make sure not to disrupt that person...

Cry Baby Cam

Kevin Mosley, Sports Reporter

February 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports

gospelherald.com   Cam Newton is  mostly know as the starting quarterback for the Carolina Panthers. After losing the Super Bowl 24-10 to the Broncos he went into his baby mode. During the game you could see him dr...

Cupid Rhymes With Stupid

Mari Faiello, Print Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It’s that time of the year where the stores are drowned in red and pink, chocolates cover every extra square foot of space in a store, flowers are in an abundance, stuffed teddy bears are expected to say the things we only wish...

The Truth About UF Decision Day

Drew Kozlin, Online Editor-in-Chief

February 8, 2016

Filed under Opinion

  The countdown that for some has extended almost a year is finally coming to an end this week. It is with either great pleasure or sadness that hundreds of Newsome seniors will open up their University of Florida acceptan...

Competing at the Next Level Part 2

Mari Faiello, Editor in Chief

January 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Another issue in addition to lack of funding for scholarships, is the lack of knowledge in the recruiting process. Some sports such as football are mainly high-school based while others such as volleyball are mainly club-based....

Competing at the Next Level

Mari Faiello, Editor-in-Chief, Print

November 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion

We all remember the days when we were little ankle-biters playing a sport for the first time. We remember the first time we kicked a soccer ball, or threw a football, or made our first basket or kill, even our first run around...

RUINING THE LEAGUE

MARK HAMANN, Co Editor

April 8, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Roger Goodell has been the most criticized member in the NFL in recent years and for very good reason. His inconsistency on rulings has turned a lot of people against him. He’s weakened the rulebook of the league and to top it all off he’s paid nearly 50 million dollars a year. It is time for the NFL to move on from Roger Goodell.

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