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Recapping the 2019 mayoral election

Recapping the 2019 mayoral election

Anna Woodward, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019


Filed under In the Community, News

This Tuesday, March, 5 was election day in Tampa. However, the election is not over quite yet.  Mayoral Candidate Jane Castor had the highest number of votes at 48%, with David Straz second with 15%. Because neither candidate recieved 50% of the vote, on April 23rd, a runoff election will take place...

Midterms Update: Recounts in the Governor’s and Senate Races

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2018


Filed under In the Community, News

After several close races throughout the state of Florida that left voters in limbo for the past week, it has now been announced that votes from the races for Governor, US Senator, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture, and two state representatives will be recounted. Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum...

Breaking down the Florida midterm results

Breaking down the Florida midterm results

Alanna Felton, Editor-in-Chief

November 7, 2018


Filed under In the Community, News

The 2018 Florida Midterm elections were full of close, combative races, some of which are still too close to call. Voters also decided on a record-number of constitutional amendments. To find out more about what it all means, read our break-down of the results below. Governor: Ron DeSantis (R)  ...

Politics Today: Can Hollywood really impact politics?

Politics Today: Can Hollywood really impact politics?

Amelia Foster, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


Filed under Across the Globe, Blogs, Politics Today, Showcase

 In the second post of RHSToday's newest blog, Politics Today, Amelia Foster will discuss the important role of Hollywood within our politics today and whether or not celebrities should play a role in political discussions.  This year's Golden Globes was full of celebrities wearing black outfits to s...

Politics Today: Saving Net Neutrality

Politics Today: Saving Net Neutrality

Hayle Short, Managing Editor

December 6, 2017


Filed under Blogs, In the Community, Politics Today, Showcase

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Day In The Life: American Pride

Day In The Life: American Pride

Ashlea Daniels, Profiles Assistant Editor

April 11, 2016


Filed under In Depth, Profiles

Getting the mail, Deborah Gonçalves ('18) notices a business-like envelope addressed to her. The sender is Envision Experience, a company that provides high school students opportunities to explore future career paths in camp-like programs. Gonçalves' training will be with the National Security Agenc...

Something to Think About: Political Correctness

Something to Think About: Political Correctness

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

February 10, 2016


Filed under Blogs

As a country, we’ve waged a lot of wars. International and domestic, won and kind of won. We’ve fought a war of independence, a war against ourselves, a world war. This campaign season, the right has brought war-waging to a new level- figurative. It is impossible to watch a GOP debate without...

Something to Think About: Bernie Sanders’ Hair

Something to Think About: Bernie Sanders’ Hair

Isabel Giovannetti, RHStoday Editor-in-Chief

September 14, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

Bernie Sanders has messy hair. If you look him up on Google, almost all of the images show him with his disheveled white hair, pointing at someone, looking like he’s about to say something important. It’s part of his identity, the first thing that people notice when they look at him. And...

Checks & Balances Ep. 2 – Carly Fiorina’s Face and the Affordable Care Act

Checks & Balances Ep. 2 – Carly Fiorina’s Face and the Affordable Care Act

Liliam Clavijo and Peter Chan

September 11, 2015


Filed under Across the Globe, Multimedia, Podcasts, Showcase

Checks & Balances is RHStoday's political and current events podcast. Every week our panelists, Peter Chan ('16) and Liliam Clavijo ('17), share their opinions from both the left and the right side of the aisle. This week, Peter and Liliam take us further through the political implications...

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