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11/11–11/17 NEWS BRIEF: SWIM SENIOR SEND-OFFS, MULTIPLICITY, OSPREY PARK CLEANUP, AND MORE
11/4–11/10 NEWS BRIEF: GIRLS SOCCER JAMBOREE, BAND CONCERT, CHS INDUCTION AND MORE

11/4–11/10 NEWS BRIEF: GIRLS SOCCER JAMBOREE, BAND CONCERT, CHS INDUCTION AND MORE

November 20, 2019

THE RISE OF “PHONE JAILS” IN CLASSROOMS

THE RISE OF “PHONE JAILS” IN CLASSROOMS

November 17, 2019

‘MORE CHOICES’ IN THE ACT: STUDENTS REACT TO RECENT CHANGES

‘MORE CHOICES’ IN THE ACT: STUDENTS REACT TO RECENT CHANGES

November 9, 2019

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WHY WE STILL NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
FLORIDA’S DYSTOPIAN DATA COLLECTION WON’T STOP SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

FLORIDA’S DYSTOPIAN DATA COLLECTION WON’T STOP SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

December 7, 2019

THE TRUE STORY OF THANKSGIVING

THE TRUE STORY OF THANKSGIVING

November 25, 2019

THE DUST IS NOT SETTLED IN THE DEBATE ON SCHOOL CHOICE

THE DUST IS NOT SETTLED IN THE DEBATE ON SCHOOL CHOICE

November 21, 2019

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FROM GYM TO KRAVIS: A MERRY PRISMAS SPECTACULAR

Annabella Saccaro and Kaja Andric
December 7, 2019

It’s the tiptoe of the Grinch, the traditional African beat of the bongos, the impromptu karaoke of Mariah Carey’s holiday classic — it is Prism. The annual holiday concert returned to the Dreyfoos Hall at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts on Dec. 4. Eight years ago, the blend of cultural music experiences debuted under professional key lights instead of in Meyer Hall or a fluorescent...

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IT ALL FALLS UNDER DANCE

Veronica Longoria, Arts Writer
December 6, 2019

Lights flicker on and off as each new face gets shown off with new shadows and lines, each displaying a different emotion. The dance department’s fall show, Multiplicity, opened on Nov. 15 in Meyer Hall and ran through Nov. 17, showcasing multiple styles of dance through various “powerful” performances, according to digital media sophomore Natalie Macadar. Each piece contained a different...

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STUDENTS PERFORM WITH THE ALL-COUNTY JAZZ BAND

Kaja Andric, Arts Writer
November 23, 2019

The audience danced in their seats as the conductor danced on stage. Musicians took turns soloing at the microphone, receiving numerous standing ovations. For some, it was an average Thursday night filled with errands and homework; for the middle and high school students who auditioned for the All-County Jazz Band, it was a chance to perfect their musical crafts.  Hosted by the Palm Beach County...

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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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KICKING OFF THE SEASON WITH GIRLS SOCCER JAMBOREE

Sam Cohen and Jules Popiel
November 5, 2019

The girls soccer team competed against FAU High School and Santaluces High School in two separate 20-minute games as a part of Olympic Heights High School’s ninth annual soccer showcase on Nov. 4. The Jaguars walked off the field last night after tying with both their opponents 0-0.  Coach and media center specialist Sarah Garcia helped team members prepare for the pre-season tournament during...

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STUDENTS SHARE PASSION FOR SOCCER WITH SPECIAL NEEDS PLAYERS AT TOPSOCCER

Sam Cohen, Sports Writer
November 4, 2019

Players in bright blue jerseys dashed across the field as buddies, student volunteers, chased after them with the ball. TOPSoccer provides special needs children with opportunities to stay active, develop soccer skills, and build friendships. Coaches help run the program, while buddies assist with the players.  “TOPSoccer makes my week,” communications freshman Cameron Wilson said. “Everyone...

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STUDENTS AND THE STOCK MARKET

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
December 5, 2019

Tracking a company’s profits, assessing values, and dividing cash among businesses: All of these entail a hobby that isn’t unheard of among teens. Contrary to popular belief, students, like piano junior Ethan Cheung, have ventured into the realm of funds, investments, and stocks. To some, those words sound like bland jargon, but to others, they represent a passion rooted in the world of finance. While...

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COOKING WITH CULTURE: THANKSGIVING EDITION

Sasha Smith, Jade Lichtenstein, and Alana Cavanagh
November 26, 2019

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TEACHERS GO ON LEAVE TO START A FAMILY

Sasha Smith, Culture Editor
November 9, 2019

Leaning back in her desk chair with her hands rested on her stomach, science teacher Diana Hertel jokes about her recent experiences going through pregnancy. She laughs about her sudden shift to a “5-year-old’s diet” of pizza and pasta, and she’s far from alone in her pregnancy journey. “Baby on Board” signs won’t be an uncommon sight in the faculty parking lot, with multiple staff...

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