Marked For Life

Marked For Life

Opinions October 5, 2011

  BY JESSICA WEAVER When searching for students with tattoos, I came across a junior who made the decision to have a dolphin permanently drawn on her foot to represent her love for animals as well as the water. Although so young, she claims she doesn’t and will never... Read more
Cock-A-Doodle-DEAD

Cock-A-Doodle-DEAD

Opinions October 5, 2011

BY JESSICA WEAVER Bright pink, blue, and florescent green can be seen highlighting girls hair all through Cooper City High School due to the latest hair accessory. It is has become obvious that feather hair clips are a trend that is growing in popularity. Even celebrities like Ke$ha and... Read more
Wearing Ignorance

Wearing Ignorance

Opinions September 20, 2011

  BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY “Who has time for homework when there’s a new Justin Bieber album out? She’ll love this tee that’s just as cute and sassy as she is.” This is the description that runs under a shirt on the J.C. Penney website, which reads, in pink bubble... Read more
Technology In Education Needs An Upgrade
  BY JACK BRADY In the near future, today’s students are going to become tomorrow’s workforce, inhabiting an ever-mutating workplace where technology rules the day, stability is forgotten and adaptation is the key to success. Almost every aspect of the future workplace will revolve around some form of technology.... Read more
Voting Is More Than A Right Of Passage
BY SARAH ROUSSELL On November 6, 2012, America will be voting for the next president of the United States.  This day will not only be a determining factor of the next four years of our country’s future, but it will also be a turning point for many Cooper City... Read more
Baggy Pants Vs. Death

Baggy Pants Vs. Death

Opinions September 19, 2011

BY ALYSSA FISHER Cooper City High School’s Key Club spent the 2010-2011 school year dedicated to making texting and driving illegal in Florida with an organization called X the Txt. After hearing a 2010 state traffic-crash data report that careless driving was the cause of most fatal crashes in... Read more
There Is Still A Need For Affirmative Action In College Admissions
BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ In 1973, Allan Bakke applied to the Medical School of the University of California at Davis and was denied admission. At the time, the medical school had a special program that allotted sixteen of the one hundred spots to minorities, and although Bakke had better grades... Read more
  BY BEATRICE DUPUY The end of senior year is when the waiting game for college is finally over. It’s when seniors have decided where they’re spending the next four years of their lives. However, for some seniors, that decision may not involve college. Many students are deciding to... Read more
Harmful Speech Shouldn’t Be Free
BY JESSICA WEAVER Every American would agree that one of the greatest benefits of living in the United States is our freedom of speech.  To be able to freely speak your mind and protest your beliefs is a great aspect of the country we live in. But where is... Read more
  BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ In 1837, a very young Henry David Thoreau joined the faculty of a Concord public school in Massachusetts. After a few weeks, the author, abolitionist, and philosopher resigned his teaching position at the school and opened his own grammar school, where he introduced several progressive... Read more