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Arming teachers is not the answer to school shootings

Karis Wilson, Guest Contributor May 25, 2021

Editor's note: the following opinion was submitted as an entry for Robinson Journalism's 2021 A&E and Opinion Writing Contest. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, gun violence–specifically school–are...

As summer ramps up, vaccine rollout continues throughout the USA.

Vaccinations in the United States: where do we go from here?

Samuel Elliott, Staff Writer May 17, 2021

It’s been said. We all know it. I’m preaching to the proverbial choir by writing an article about the importance of mask wearing and vaccine receiving. I mean, by now, halfway through our second year...

Ableism in schools must be stopped

Olivia Godinez, Opinions Editor May 12, 2021

The American School system, both public and private, is built on an ableist structure that needs to be torn down. Ableism shapes the policies and practices within our schools, creating unfair disadvantages...

A screenshot of Demi Lovato's original post on her instagram story criticizing the dietary treats at a Los Angeles frozen yogurt shop.

With great power comes the need for celebrities to shut up

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor May 12, 2021

Although way too many Spider-Man remakes have been produced by Hollywood, there's one concept from them that is ever-lasting: with great power comes great responsibility. The all-too-common trend of doxxing...

Over-policing high schools is not a viable solution

Over-policing high schools is not a viable solution

Hanna Malone, Sports Editor April 26, 2021

Editor's note: This story was written for FSPA's on-the-spot Opinion Column competition. The FSPA State Convention was held virtually from April 22-23. In recent years an increased effort by school...

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Receiving the changes COVID-19 has summoned

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

We've all definitely had to accept the changes COVID-19 has presented to us whether we like it or not. It's something that we all might have to accept because it might stay like this for the rest of our...

Screenshot of SHEIN's swastika necklace, which caused controversy on social media.

You aren’t a bad person for consuming from “problematic” companies

Amelia Foster, Print Managing Editor March 2, 2021

Boycotting as a form of protest is a well-known art. You find out a company has done something you don't support, so you decide not to give them your money. Simple. Fast food restaurant Chick-Fil-A has...

Downtown, Curtis Hixon Park is decorated for the Super Bowl. Decor stuck with classic Super Bowl themes while promoting the city.

The Super Bowl reflects poorly on Tampa

Hanna Malone, Sports Editor February 16, 2021

The Super Bowl, of course, was a celebration of significance that the entire city of Tampa took place in. The Buccaneers were the first team to ever play a Super Bowl at home, and they won. Responsible...

TikTok is useless

TikTok is useless

Sarai Cochran, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

I myself have been addicted to TikTok at some point in time like many other Gen Z teenagers until I realized, what is the point of it? Ever since Musical.ly was renamed to TikTok, everything's just gone...

An illustration depicting seniors taking a gap year after graduation.

Seniors need to take a gap year…pronto

Meena Vasquez, A&E Editor February 2, 2021

"Senioritis" ... a word that describes the burnt-out behavior of a senior. Every year, seniors tend to check out mentally at the end of their school year and only have two months to get it together and...

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