Month: October 2020

How to eat “green” at lunch

Choose Reusable. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, every child who brings a brown-bag lunch to school each day generates 67 pounds of waste by the end of the school year. Instead of packing individual snacks in single-use disposable plastic bags…

The story behind Jack O’ Lanterns

By Remy Cush    Fall is here when the evenings get darker a little earlier, and grocery stores start filling up with Halloween candies and an array of pumpkins. They first appear in the vegetable and produce aisles, then they…

This Week in History 10/18 – 10/24

October 18, 1867 the rules for American football were formulated in a meeting in New York among delegates from Columbia, Rutgers, Princeton, and Yale Universities. On the same day in 1968, US athletes Tommi Smith and John Carlos gave “black…

How to make a loaf of bread

By Elliot Kantor Learning to cook is not the laborious process that it used to be. Today, we have internet videos, endless recipes, and more time than ever before to learn new skills. Most people know that they should learn…

Alica Keys Album Review

Famed singer and songwriter Alicia Keys is back and better than ever, with her seventh album, Alicia. The album was recorded and written before the coronavirus pandemic and was expected to be released around six months ago. Although we are…

James Robinson Player Profile

By Connor Franco    Orchestrating three 100 all-purpose yard performances, undrafted rookie James Robinson put the league on notice. After not being selected in the draft, the Illinois State running back signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Through his first four…

Quote of the week- 10/20/20

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” George Satanaya

Sharks face defeat, injury looms

By Natalie Decker    The Ponte Vedra High School football team suffered a loss to Bartram Trail High School on Oct. 9th, losing 33-17. Senior quarterback, Jacobi Myers, threw to senior running back, Campbell Parker, for the first touchdown connection…

Smoothie Extravaganza

By Mason Peters    Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day and smoothies can be a quick and nutritious start. On average, it takes three minutes to blend up one’s favorite fruits and vegetables, creating the perfect…