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The Official Bread Review

By Will Lazzara and Levi D’Amato      Will and Levi went to the local Fresh Market and Publix to purchase the loaves of bread that would be brought into the journalism class to be reviewed. They collected a variety…

The Simpsons predict the future

One of the most popular Simpsons predictions has been the election of President Trump.

Herpes-infected monkeys roam Florida

By Jeremiah Pacheco It’s not usual that you see monkeys in North Florida and potentially in your backyard. But recently Rhesus Macaque monkeys have been spotted roaming the counties of Duval, Putnam, Flagler, and St. Johns. While these monkeys can…

Why we all count (and are counted)

By Jack Landis    With the new decade upon us, we can expect many new and great things. Better technology, new music, more movies, there’s even a Presidential Election later this year. And then there’s the more mundane, but equally important:…

March Madness wraps up spirit week at PVHS

March Madness came to an end on Friday the sixth with a bang, with period three facing off against period five; the former taking the victory. It was also the end to spirit week, which saw new and exciting themes.

The truth of what it means to be an adult

 Becoming an adult is portrayed as a biological and physical component of advancing through human life. Many developmentalists and psychologists, such as Sigmund Freud and Lawrence Kohlberg, analyzed humans and their behaviors to discover the maturation of beings, and to…

Are cell phones making teens grow horns?

By Tyler Churilla    In the modern era, cell phones are borderline essential in certain lines of work.  What isn’t essential however, is the amount of time people, specifically teenagers, spend on their mobile devices. Teenagers, on average, spend anywhere…

Residents experience limited beach time until February’s end

   St. Johns County closed Mickler’s Landing Beach to the public on Nov. 4, 2019, to begin the process of restoration. Their plan was to close the beach from Nov. 4 until February of 2020 for the construction of sand…

Lights, Camera, Action!

New creative workspace in the media center.

Life in the 1920’s vs the 2020’s

   100 years ago, America was still recovering from the conclusion of World War I, and society was changing dramatically. Telegraphs were popularly used, alcohol was deemed illegal, women officially got the right to vote, flappers were at their peak…