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Dozens of Scholastic Art Awards Earned by PVHS Students

By Alice Looney Since 1923, Scholastic Art Awards have recognized some of America’s most famous artists and writers: Tschabalala Self, Stephen King, Kay WalkingStick, Charles White, Joyce Carol Oates, and Andy Warhol. Scroll down to see the winning pieces as…

Weekly News 1/24

By Matthew Aguilera Kiev, Ukraine: The U.S. State Department on Sunday ordered the evacuation of all Americans citizens from Ukraine, citing the looming “…threat of Russian military action” (Fox News). The decision comes as over 100,000 Russian troops have been…

All About SJCSD Driver’s Ed

By Oren Dajci    As high school students in the St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) approach legal driving age, many freshmen and sophomores are looking for instructors to teach them how to drive. While there are private driving schools,…

Civil rights run-down

By Alana Zuckerman 2020 was the year of change, activism, quarantine, and chaos. Before the year got kicked off, December 31, 2019, the Chinese government announced they were investigating an “outbreak of a respiratory illness in the central city of…

This Week in History 11/23-11/30

November 23, 1887– the actor who played Frankenstein, Boris Karloff, was born in London. November 24, 1859– Charles Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection was first published. November 26, 1703– a “Great Storm” lasting…

How to know if you are ethically sourcing

By: Emily Charles In the western world, there seems to be an endless amount of material goods pouring into stores at a constant rate. But while shoppers view clothing and household appliances from the shelves of department stores, a staggering…

This Week in History 11/1- 11/7

November 1, 79- The city of Pompeii is buried by an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. The eruption killed nearly 2000 people and left the city in ruins. November 2, 1889- North and South Dakota become US states. Originally, it was…