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

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

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Alternative rapper De’Wayne, dressed head to toe in denim, kicks his leg out during his performance at the LaBovick Law Group Stage on Saturday, April 30. This was his first show of the year, and he made a point to interact with the audience whenever possible, responding to fan comments and remarking on the energy.
Rain or Shine, Let the SunFest In
Through rain showers and heat, volunteers and thousands of music fans flocked to the West Palm Beach waterfront for SunFest, a music and art festival
Makena Senzon, Writer • May 1, 2022
Assistant Principal Ron Lewis spins Principal Blake Bennett as part of a secretly-planned faculty dance during the Pep Rally.
New Year, Her Rules
Principal Blake Bennett reflects on her first year on campus
Dylan Dam, Multimedia Staffer • April 4, 2022
In front of the sophomore section, band junior Makens Joseph cheers as the games begin in the Gym during lunch for the first day of Spirit Week.
The Start of Spirit Week: A Healthy Dose of Rivalry
Music Genre Day kicked off Spirit Week with students clad in music-genre themed clothing and games in the Gym
Daisy Li March 8, 2022
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The Speech and Debate and Creative Writing programs came together to showcase their work at Figure of Speech in the Black Box Theater on March 24.
Telling Their Truths
Communications students perform original speeches and poems in Figure of Speech on March 24
Veronica Longoria, Writer • March 29, 2022
The entire cast of “Little Shop of Horrors” comes together on stage for the finale, “Don’t Feed the Plants.” In this number, Audrey and Seymour come together after both being eaten by Audrey II as a final reminder for the audience to never feed the plants.
Don’t Feed the Plants
The cast and crew of “Little Shop of Horrors” dedicate months to rehearsals leading up to the production
Lexi Critchett, Photo Editor • March 5, 2022
Looking back at her artwork, visual senior Giovanna Romano reflects on how difficult it is to work on just a 4x4 canvas. However, she found that the project helped her apply the skills she learned over the past four years.
The Butterfly Effect
Sofia Kissel, Writer • February 18, 2022
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Laying on the newly renovated fountain in front of Building 9, digital media junior Mckenna Dickinson uses Quizlet to help her study.
Study Tips for Exam Season
With final exams approaching, try these methods for a more mindful studying season
Juliana DeFilippo, Writer • April 11, 2022
Digital senior Emma Shukla spreads out her AP Statistics notes to study, monitoring her time for work and breaks in accordance with the Pomodoro Technique. This method incorporates five steps to break workloads into 25 minute intervals.
Real Student Study Methods
As exam season approaches, three students share their realistic study tips
Daisy Li and Kaylee Weiss April 6, 2022
All One People
All One People
Performers of different cultural backgrounds prepare pieces which reflect their ethnicities and cultural identities for the Multicultural Show
Veronica Longoria, Writer • March 6, 2022
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[BRIEF] Pulling the Strings
[BRIEF] Pulling the Strings
17 Orchestra students performed at John I. Leonard High School for their All County performance on Saturday, April 23.
Yelaine Aguilar, Website Staffer • April 29, 2022
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The Road to Representation
The Road to Representation
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Confirmation is Proof of Progress
Jasmine Mullings, Multimedia Staffer • April 13, 2022
“Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury serves as commentary to warn against censorship; the title itself corresponds to the degree at which a book burns. It is being censored by parents who clearly missed the point of Bradbury’s dystopian novel, raising the question if people who challenged it even finished the book.
The War on Books
Makena Senzon, Writer • April 5, 2022
Ariel Mindel, left, of Mental Health America of Illinois, hands out information about depression and suicidal behavior after a presentation at Oak Lawn Community High School, January 26, 2011. At rear is high school social worker Carol Gustafson. Photo by Alex Garcia/Chicago Tribune/MCT
Don’t Settle: This is Not Enough
Alex Pham, Website Editor • March 30, 2022
Class of 2021 seniors pose with the Spirit Stick on campus after emerging victorious in Spirit Week 2020.
The Story of A Stick
Kaja Andric, Content Team Editor • March 10, 2022
A Pride flag billows in the wind as students go to join a protest at Gaither High in Tampa, Florida, against what critics call the Dont Say Gay bills on Monday, Feb. 14, 2022. The Florida Legislature is under scrutiny over the bills that in part read, A school district may not encourage classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in primary grade levels or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students. (Ivy Ceballo/Tampa Bay Times/TNS)
Dear Queer Students: It’s Time to Get Angry
Jenna Lee, Coverage Editor • February 28, 2022
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There’s Nothing Wrong with Red Pandas
There’s Nothing Wrong with Red Pandas
Pixar’s “Turning Red” crafts a relatable coming-of-age story for any teen
Alex Pham, Website Editor • April 18, 2022
It’s Not Perfect, But That’s the Point
It’s Not Perfect, But That’s the Point
Alex Pham, Website Editor • January 26, 2022
Photo by Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
The Band of Misfits Take the Road
Bridget Frawley, Coverage Editor • January 10, 2022
A Classic Retold
A Classic Retold
Jenna Lee, Coverage Editor • December 30, 2021
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Photo by Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/TNS
Super Bowl Opinions
Students and staff respond to the Super Bowl results
Sheevam Patel, Writer • February 20, 2022
Communications senior Penelope Ryan gets a hold of the ball during a 10 point lead in the Jan. 10 game against Inlet Grove High School.
A Homecoming on the Hardwood
Sheevam Patel, Writer • February 2, 2022
“We fought through it”
“We fought through it”
Natalie Ryder, Photo Staffer • December 10, 2021
Visual senior Will Dhana walks towards the goal, watching the game in case the opposing team tries to score. Dhana played keeper in the game and was responsible for preventing the Jupiter team from scoring goals. “The hardest thing about playing keeper is the self-inflicted injuries,” Dhana said. “It’s extremely easy to get in and come out in a lot of pain.”
Jags Take on Jupiter: Boys Soccer Photo Recap
Katie Davis, Print Managing Editor • November 21, 2021
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