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Supreme Court Shakeup

Supreme Court Shakeup

November 14, 2020

The Importance of Young, Early Voters

The Importance of Young, Early Voters

November 12, 2020

All God’s Children

All God’s Children

November 5, 2020

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The “Brothers in Blue” Mentality
One Last Article

One Last Article

May 29, 2020

CLIMATE POLICY TURNED CLUELESS

CLIMATE POLICY TURNED CLUELESS

April 28, 2020

PASS OR FAIL? ONLINE SCHOOL LEAVES TRAIL OF GRADE INSECURITY

PASS OR FAIL? ONLINE SCHOOL LEAVES TRAIL OF GRADE INSECURITY

April 1, 2020

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A New Reality For Arts At Dreyfoos
A New Reality For Arts At Dreyfoos
Sheevam Patel, Writer • November 13, 2020

As performing arts classes have shifted to a virtual platform, students have adapted their arts to digital spaces. Dance choreography is being taught through Google Meets, theatre majors practice lines in front of cameras, and visual students are confined to the supplies and space they have at home. Among these students is communications junior Ryden Trimble, who has learned how to collaborate on...

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The collage above mixes paintings, prints, and poems by visual seniors Kailyn Bryant and Sabrea Stallings. The poem, “Crying over Caskets,” by Stallings, along with Bryant’s work, incorporates the tumultuous lives and emotions of what it means to be Black in America. Black students, such as Bryant and Stallings, have used their artwork to express their navigation through the current political environment. All of Bryant’s work can be found on her website: kbryantfinearts.com
Art Imitates Life
Rachel Dippolito, Writer • November 8, 2020

Theatre senior Sabrea Stallings drafted her first spoken word poem, “Crying Over Caskets,” in middle school. Sitting over a lunch table, she scribbled down her feelings as they flooded her mind. The opening sentence: “When did the color of my skin become your weapon?”Written in 2017, her words remain relevant today. Stallings translated her thoughts about police brutality into art, with lines...

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YoungArts Competition Unleashes Passion in Artists
YoungArts Competition Unleashes Passion in Artists
Bridget Frawley, Writer • October 15, 2020

Art. A concept that is cherished around the world, stretching beyond the horizons of the creator, stroking the canvas with glistening oil pastels, capturing the beauty life instills through means of a lens, and finding joy through self expression. Dreyfoos students often tap into their personal triumphs and tribulations, conjuring a deep inspiration represented through forms both tangible and intangible....

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Swim Team Redefines “New Normal” With First Live Meet Of The Season

Sophia Roud, Coverage Editor
November 5, 2020

Reporting contributed by Annabella Sacarro, Dylan Dam, and Bridget Frawley. When the swim team arrived to practice on the day before the meet, Swim Coach Nathan Hesse had a strange request for his swimmers: make sure to bring your own Sharpies. During a normal swim season, swimmers would write their events on their arms or legs in black Sharpie to keep track of the meet’s scheduling. Wearing these...

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JAGUARS VS. CRUSADERS GIRLS SOCCER GAME RECAP

Sam Cohen, Sports Writer
December 12, 2019

The girls soccer team brought home another win on Dec. 11 after fighting through an  80-minute game, challenging the ball, and scoring three goals against Cardinal Newman.  “The team played great overall,” Coach Sarah Garcia said. “The girls were able to pass the ball a lot quicker, which made our attack very strong.” With many shots on goal in the first half, the offense could pursue...

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SEVEN QUESTIONS WITH STEFFAN GAWLIKOWSKI

Jules Popiel, Sports Editor
November 8, 2019

Class of ‘15 alumnus Steffan Gawlikowski achieved his dream of playing soccer for a U.S. national team. Having made memories and honed in on his skills during high school, he had recently returned to Dreyfoos to be an assistant coach for the boys soccer team. In an interview with The Muse, Gawlikowski discussed his soccer experience.  Steffan Gawlikowski Q: What team do you currently play...

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A Sign Of The Change

Bridget Frawley and Lexi Critchett
November 23, 2020

Amid a cloudless sky, Harry Styles inflates a cyan bubble. He is dressed in a black, tailored blazer and a faint blue dress with black lace accents. Adorning each of his fingers are gold rings, some accented with vibrant jewels. Through many realms of our culture, gender has massively influenced the expression of individuals; this vastness of expression has been set into boxes, confined to the letters...

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America “Ghosts” Halloween 2020: A Recap of Celebrations Amidst COVID-19

Sandra Nemes, Writer
November 14, 2020

Simply put, Halloween is a COVID-19 nightmare. Communal bowls of candy, close interaction while trick-or-treating, and crowded costume shops may have created fear of a consequent rise in COVID-19 cases. This year, in an attempt to make the holiday less frightening in regards to sanitation, students took part in low-risk alternatives to traditional celebrations to keep the spirit of Halloween alive...

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Students Celebrate Hispanic Identity and Culture Through September

Sandra Nemes, Writer
October 20, 2020

This September, students and faculty celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month on campus and virtually, recognizing Hispanic music, food, art, and identity during an uncertain and chaotic time.The month is dedicated to highlighting Hispanic culture and influential Latinx figures. Students joined the nationwide celebration of Hispanic identity, and both the Spanish Honor Society and the Spanish faculty stressed...

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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401
Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401