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Behind Jennifer Balestra’s sensational stage work

 The theater program at Ponte Vedra High School requires great talent on and off the stage. Senior Jennifer Balestra is the stage manager at PVHS. When it comes to what she does for the shows at Ponte Vedra, it is…

Streaming services on the rise

By Tyler Churilla The twenty first century has introduced the age of streaming services, an alternative to the standard cable television production. Over the decade, the use of cable as a way of viewing films and shows has diminished greatly,…

Austrailia’s dilemma

  Since Nov. 11, 2019, Australia’s wild animals and human lives have been at risk of death due to the hulking flames expanding throughout the country. The fire started because of multiple reasons. The main ones are believed to be…

The world’s water crisis

    Over 4 billion years ago the Earth was formed with pure H2O molecules. Today these same molecules in the oceans, lakes, rivers, etc. Over the past 100 years we have seen a rise in our sea levels. According…

Go green for the planet!

  As the end of the decade approaches, many take a look back not at all the good we’ve done, but at the harm we’ve caused and how the case of our environment’s health has only gotten worse. We have been…

Climate change deniers: Why?

By Roberto Lachner    When it comes to climate change denial, there are two questions that are the most important to address and understand in order to “get” the controversy. First, how do people deny man-made climate change’s existence, and…

Will and Levi’s Thrilling Tale of making Chicken and Biscuits

Soul food. The bread and butter of Southern culture in the United States. Whether it be barbeque, collard greens, corn bread, grits, or chicken and biscuits, the food is cooked with the heart and made with love. We decided to…

The science behind climate change

  As most have heard, climate change seems to be the source of all environmental problems the world is facing. According to whatsyourimpact.org, climate change is when the average long-term weather patterns of a region are altered for an extended…

The Year of the Rat

By Tucker Dimberg    On Jan. 25, the most important holiday in Chinese culture began. Chinese New Year lasts 15 days and marks the symbolic time to move on. Based on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, the holiday originated as a…

Fear of potential draft rises with more turmoil in Middle East

By Jacob Lowenthal    With conflict rising in Iran, there has been heightened talk about the draft among students at PVHS. While many say it is unlikely there will be another draft after the disapproval of the Vietnam draft by…