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LIFE’S A (CLOSED) BEACH

LIFE’S A (CLOSED) BEACH

May 7, 2020

A MILLION STUDENTS MISSED THE SAT—60 COLLEGES RESPOND

A MILLION STUDENTS MISSED THE SAT—60 COLLEGES RESPOND

May 3, 2020

AP Exams Start in 13 Days. Here’s What You Need to Know.

AP Exams Start in 13 Days. Here’s What You Need to Know.

April 28, 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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SHIFTING EDUCATION: HOW THE SWITCH FROM IN-CLASSROOM TO DISTANCE LEARNING HAS AFFECTED US

David Yanes, Content Team Writer
May 14, 2020

Social distancing measures have shifted our daily habits to be primarily digitized—with education being no exception. From closing school for the rest of the academic year, to switching away from Zoom video conferences due to privacy concerns, The Palm Beach County school district has taken several measures to promote a smooth transition into online learning. How has this affected students? The...

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STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN LAKE WORTH’S 26TH ANNUAL STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL

Jade Lichtenstein, Arts Writer
March 10, 2020

As 100,000 people crowd into downtown Lake Worth, artists prepare to display their art, chalk in hand. Small murals fill the streets. Many of these intricate designs were created by students, blending in with a sea of murals made by adults.  The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival was held from Feb. 22 to 24. About 40 Dreyfoos students participated, taking up half of J St. and Lake Ave. “Even...

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STUDENTS CELEBRATE BLACK ARTISTS AT THE NORTON MUSEUM

Shreya Srinivasan, Arts Writer
February 28, 2020

“A lot of her work [includes] the figures [being] racially ambiguous [...] I also really find it interesting how she uses water color,” theatre junior Mayah Bernstein said, in hopes of inviting additional observations from the crowd of museum-goers in front of her.  From afar, a few heads slowly nodded in agreement, while some turned a bit sideways and leaned closer, trying to get a better...

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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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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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“Outer Banks” Review: Kooks vs. Pogues

Kaja Andric, Coverage Editor
May 28, 2020

Kooks can’t surf. Pogues live for it. But Pogues don’t golf. Or race fancy speedboats. Or belong to country clubs. That’s Kook turf. Kooks only wear fresh pressed polos, while the Pogues deck out in bandanas and clothes bearing the rips they sustained during police chases.    If you’ve logged onto social media in the past month, chances are you’ve heard the name “Outer Banks,”...

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QUARANTINE NECESSITIES

Katie Davis, Content Team Editor
May 12, 2020

After Governor Ron DeSantis issued a stay-at-home order to the state of Florida on April 1, students have become confined to their homes. Florida has been under this order for three weeks, awaiting the announcement that will end the quarantine, and allow everyone to go back to their day-to-day lives. Here are some of the things students can’t live without during quarantine. “I can’t live...

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Anthem of the QuaranTEENS

Kaja Andric, Coverage Editor
April 30, 2020

After COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the WHO on March 11, the world changed indelibly. From a statewide quarantine that has lasted over a month, to shortages of eggs and fresh chicken, the grocery store has trumped the beach as the prime hangout spot. In the midst of coronavirus madness, many have turned to music as a source of stability. For moments when the world becomes too quiet, The Muse...

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