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Epic-Cure: The Local Nonprofit That Has Fed Thousands

By Banks Vadeboncoeur Tables are blanketed in oranges, reds, and greens during Thanksgiving dinner. Gently roasted potatoes, honey glazed turkey, and freshly baked pumpkin cheesecake waft from the oven. On Christmas, hearty feasts are eaten and grins are shared as…

Student Spotlight: Mason Romero and Sharks for Heroes

By Mary Gainer      Sharks for Heroes was founded by Ponte Vedra High School student, Mason Romero. He has always had a heart for veterans and the military community, so he wanted to earn his Bright Futures community service hours…

The horizon of technology

By Aidan West Automation of tasks is always a disruptive process but is a beneficial consequence to rising productivity. As research in both history and economics show, there is no intrinsic conflict among technological change, full employment, and rising earnings….

Protecting our baby turtles

By Jacob Lowenthal    Just recently in March, turtle hatching season started in full force and will run all the way until October. What this means is that sea turtles that were once born on our beaches will be returning…

Money Monday: Save during college

By Natalie Decker    The concept of convenience has changed and been construed over time to poison the minds of the people, turned around to simplify the already simplest of tasks. When did it become too taxing to wash a…

What you need to cook in college

By Elliot Kantor Cooking homemade meals in college can be a rewarding, comforting experience away from home. While it’s more effort than eating at a dining hall, it has a few circumstantial advantages. Some dining plans may not include three…

The comprehensive astrology run-down

By Olivia Waletzke    Astrology is a pseudoscience that claims people’s personalities and souls are based on the placement of celestial objects and planets. The study of astrology dates back to BC eras with Indian, Chinese, and Islamic cultures using…

Science fair at PVHS

By Emma Jabbour   This year there were multiple students from Ponte Vedra High School that competed in the science fair. Many of these students were extremely successful in their findings and won impressive awards. It is safe to say that the students from PVHS worked hard on…

Knuckle cracking isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

By Roberto Lachner    For countless years, teenagers and adults alike have religiously done one specific action that many say can be harmful: Cracking your knuckles. Most people are under the assumption that knuckle cracking is bad for you and…