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How important are live performances?
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Music currently populating radio stations is heavily laced with layers upon layers of auto tune, an audio processing device that measures and alters the pitch in vocal and instrumental music recordings. Theoretically speaking, anybody with access to a computer can alter their voice and make a hit... Read more
Unpopular Opinion: Thanksgiving is a terrible holiday
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Thanksgiving, while enjoyed by many, certainly has its critics. The reasons why are evident, especially when hearing the horror stories that occur during the household festivities. Thanksgiving is a celebration centered around disorder, with sharp knives, hot ovens and the majority of your family under one roof.... Read more
Spooky season starts too soon
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE AND GENNA NORDLING Halloween originated as a Celtic holiday, during which the boundary between the living and the dead became blurred, making it easier for the Celts to predict their future. To celebrate, Celts held huge bonfires to sacrifice animals and burn crops, dressing up as the... Read more
New Horizon pumpkin patch has opened up
BY GENNA NORDLING AND ALEXANDRA SANSONE South Floridians don’t get to experience fall too often, so when volunteers unloaded the first of four tractor trailers full of pumpkins at the New Horizon United Methodist Church pumpkin patch on September 30, they knew that fall had begun. The day also signified... Read more
Taylor Swift: what did she do?
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE It has been almost three years since Taylor Swift released new music, her most recent collection of songs being from her Grammy award winning album “1989.” However, on August 18, Swift shook the entertainment industry with the release of her new single entitled “Look What You Made... Read more
Post hurricane binge list
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE Hurricane Irma and its destruction has been one of the most discussed topics on South Florida news stations for weeks, and most Floridians are ready to move on. However, putting Irma in the past may not be the best idea just yet. The state is still recovering... Read more
The top music hits of the summer
BY ALEXANDRA SANSONE For most students, summer is characterized by liberation from school. Finally free to have fun without assignment deadlines and final exams looming over them, plans of tanning on the beach and pool fill the schedules of weary students. Plans and playlists are made, shared and blasted at... Read more

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August 10, 2010 0

Editorial Board Advisor – Cailyn Callaway Print Editor-in-Chief –  Kendyl Counts Online Editor-in-Chief – Kyle Nelson Managing Editor – Sabrine Brismeur Head Editors – Darian Sablon and Noah Castagna General Editors – Sophia Wengier and Tamarah Wallace Sports Editor – Olivia Lewis Social Event Coordinator – Taylor Goldman Staff Writers Hailey Brown Hannah Eubanks Nuha Islam... Read more