THE MUSE

‘NEVER FORGET THOSE WHO WERE LOST, BUT CONTINUE TO FIGHT IN THEIR HONOR.’ REMEMBERING THE 17 LIVES LOST TWO YEARS AGO.
12/9-12/15 NEWS BRIEF: PSAT SCORE RELEASE, BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM OPENER, JEFFERSON JUBILEE, AND MORE

12/9-12/15 NEWS BRIEF: PSAT SCORE RELEASE, BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM OPENER, JEFFERSON JUBILEE, AND MORE

January 8, 2020

JEFFERSON JUBILEE DELIVERS A HOLIDAY SURPRISE TO ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

JEFFERSON JUBILEE DELIVERS A HOLIDAY SURPRISE TO ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

December 15, 2019

11/11–11/17 NEWS BRIEF: SWIM SENIOR SEND-OFFS, MULTIPLICITY, OSPREY PARK CLEANUP, AND MORE

11/11–11/17 NEWS BRIEF: SWIM SENIOR SEND-OFFS, MULTIPLICITY, OSPREY PARK CLEANUP, AND MORE

November 22, 2019

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AM I RIGHT OR AM I RIGHT?
IT’S GONNA BE HUUUUGE: WHY TRUMP DUMPING TOILET REGULATION IS A STINKY IDEA

IT’S GONNA BE HUUUUGE: WHY TRUMP DUMPING TOILET REGULATION IS A STINKY IDEA

January 21, 2020

WHY WE STILL NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

WHY WE STILL NEED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

December 9, 2019

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

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

December 7, 2019

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THE 88TH KEY

Sophia Roud, Arts Writer
4 hours ago

The audience’s chatter immediately died down to a hush as piano sophomore Ethan Zhu approached the grand piano in the center of the theater and turned to face the audience. Wearing a black dress shirt and a pink bowtie, Zhu welcomed the audience members and began the recital with a tribute to its namesake.  “We thought we would hit all 88 keys of [the] piano,” Zhu said. “But, as it turns...

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“EVOLUTION” PIANO CONCERT TRANSPORTS AUDIENCE THROUGH TIME

Emma Garrett, Arts Editor
February 5, 2020

The oldest music has inhabited countless halls and touched more ears than perhaps the loudest voices. On Thursday, Jan. 30, songs from as far back as the 18th century reached the Brandt Black Box Theatre for the piano department’s first concert of the quarter, “Evolution.”  Piano juniors Jason Ibalarrosa, David Liu, and Daniel Wang began preparing as early as last spring. When students in...

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PREPPING THE PEP RALLY

Veronica Longoria, Arts Writer
February 1, 2020

Since the moment results for the election were announced on May 1 of last year, the elected class presidents began planning for Spirit Week 2020. Everything from the pep rally skit to karaoke ideas started racing around the minds of the class council members. Now, it’s unfolding in front of their eyes. The excitement revolving around Spirit Week has made several students sign up for skits,  karaoke,...

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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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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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