Month: January 2021

Sharks wrestling faces a rough patch

By Jack Polian    Shortly before break, Ponte Vedra High School hosted Matanzas High School for a series of matches for both the boys and girls wrestling programs. The boys struggled, collecting only two wins over the course of the…

Perspectives on distance learning

By Chloe Goode    In these uncertain times our basic “norms” have been altered with the effect of upending people’s everyday lives. For the students, Covid-19 has meant a change in how they may receive their education. Whether it is…

Boys Soccer strikes through the quarantines

By Connor Franco    The Ponte Vedra Boys soccer team have fell into a rhythm, winning four of their last six games, also tying one. The number of quarantined players within the team have fluctuated, leaving the Sharks to have…

Shark teeth and shells- guide

By Jacob Lowenthal Amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, the beach has become an increasingly appealing getaway from the stresses of everyday life. While most people view beachgoing as just swimming or chilling in the sand, many people have not experienced the…

Student Spotlight: Lizzy Klein

By Remy Cush    Beyond drawing, there are many alternative artistic mediums creativity can be expressed through. Lizzy Klein, senior at Ponte Vedra High School, focuses her art mainly on throwing pottery. Beginning her passion for pottery freshman year in…

Harness the history of the Chocolate chip cookie

By Elliot Kantor In 1938, Ruth Graves Wakefield was working in the Toll House Inn in Massachusetts, serving home-cooked meals. She invented the chocolate chip cookie, and it was an instant success. She traded her recipe to Nestle for a…

Girls soccer team breaks 80% win rate

By Chipper Jones    Ponte Vedra High School’s girls’ soccer team has continued to steamroll the competition, shooting up to an eighty percent win rate. Prior to the break they tied with Nease High School 1—1, and then followed up…

The Age of DISinformation

By Aiden West Critics of Joseph Pulitzer’s New York World and William Randolph Hearst’s New York Journal used the term “yellow journalism” to characterize the sensational journalism. By creating stories of hyperbole and human interest stories, these newspapers were able…

Kid Cudi’s “Man on the Moon III” smashes expectations- review

By: Levi D’Amato There’s nothing harder than fulfilling the highest of expectations as an artist or performer. There have been many examples of disappointments from fans after a lackluster final act of a trilogy or series. Think of “The Godfather”…