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The lifestyle of track stud Myron Ausby

The lifestyle of track stud Myron Ausby

Abigail Meyer, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Profiles, Sports, Spring Sports, Track and Field

"It's a life style," Myron Ausby ('20) said. Ausby has been running track since the 6th grade and has loved every second of it. He manages to stay humble through any success, believing, "I'm OK at track". Meanwhile, track coach and reading teacher Kailyn Morman says that Ausby is a "quiet leader". "He...

Senior Lane Johansen achieves her dream

Senior Lane Johansen achieves her dream

Macey Hatton, Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Profiles, Showcase

Many high school students’ dream is to get into their dream college. And for Lane Johansen ('18) that dream became a reality with not only acceptance, but a full-ride scholarship to Washington and Lee University. Johansen started out in IB her freshman year, but dropped out halfway through her sophomore...

Robinson welcomes new teacher

Robinson welcomes new teacher

Macey Hatton, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under News, Profiles, Teacher Feature

With only three months of school left, Robinson has welcomed Nicole Sasser as the newest teacher in Camelot. She now teaches ninth grade Semantics and Logics, along with Mythology. However, before becoming a high school teacher, Sasser was a middle school teacher at Franklin, an all-boys school. "There...

Kurup goes international

Kurup goes international

Ashlea Daniels, Features Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under In Depth, Profiles

Milin Kurup ('18) didn't expect to go as far as he did in the science fair. But then he was called for first place in the Biomedical Division, giving him the opportunity to advance to the sate level representing Hillsborough County. But it doesn't stop there. Kurup was listed in the top 26 in the...

Breaking up and making up

Breaking up and making up

Ashlea Daniels, Features Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under In Depth, Profiles

It all started with a "Hey" on Instagram. After eight months of a long-distance relationship, Nicholas Ferrer ('18) never thought that he and his girlfriend would break up, and a week before his birthday at that. He had never even met her in person before. The breakup wasn't without regrets, and his ...

Robinson offers support for students affected by tragedy in Puerto Rico

Robinson offers support for students affected by tragedy in Puerto Rico

Anna Thomas, Editor-In-Chief

November 28, 2017


Filed under Around the School, News, Profiles, Showcase

Since Hurricane Maria hit land on September 20, Puerto Ricans have been fighting to return to a regular, everyday life. But such a horrific event can be challenging to recover from, forcing many residents to create a new beginning and a new type of "everyday life". Goelys Velacquec ('18), a Puerto...

Putting family first, Taylor resigns as head football coach

Putting family first, Taylor resigns as head football coach

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Around the School, Football, In Depth, News, Profiles, Showcase, Teacher Feature

Former head football coach Shawn Taylor's current social studies classroom sits just two doors down and across the hallway from his former Algebra II class, where he met his girlfriend in 1998. Fast forward 19 years, and those two mathletes are celebrating their 10-year wedding anniversary in January,...

Super Sophomore, Ethan Geiger

Andrew McMillan, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017


Filed under Cross Country, In Depth, Profiles, Sophomores

As a freshman Ethan Geiger ('20) was blowing some people away, literally and metaphorically. Geiger is ranked 34th in the state of Florida (all grades and classifications) and 3rd for sophomores in the State of Florida. He ran an astonishing time of 16:37.46 5k PR (personal record) in his freshman...

New family found through Irma

New family found through Irma

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

September 21, 2017


Filed under Around the School, News, Profiles, Showcase

Downed power lines and uprooted trees scattered the Tampa area after Hurricane Irma struck last week, but those weren't the only things dispersed by the storm. Many owners left their pets behind when they evacuated, leaving the animals stranded and without a home. But Kaitlyn Patterson ('20) and...

Student loses bet, doggone excited for first day

Student loses bet, doggone excited for first day

Macy McClintock, Managing Editor

August 10, 2017


Filed under Around the School, News, Profiles

On the first day of school, most students enter the campus sporting the newest fashion trends, makeup and haircuts. But for junior Lauren Johnson, her idea of “hottest fashion trends” was taken a bit literally. After losing a bet to her friend, Johnson wore a giant hot dog costume to the first...

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