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

THE MUSE

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The Muse is a national award-winning newsmagazine. The publication has won numerous awards from the National Scholastic Press Association and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. This publication, and all six issues produced, is completely funded and created by its staff, advertisers and donors. Over 1,300 students and a multitude of in-state and out-of-state subscribers receive copies of the magazine annually. All aspects of the magazine from the cover to the exposure on the back page are written

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and designed by the students. There are 58 staffers, grades 10-12, from the Communication Arts Department, 2 staffers from the Music Department (and two Visual Arts cartoonists) who work during and after school to make this publication possible. We would like to thank the School of the Arts Foundation board members Lisa Marie Browne, Ralph Guild and Donald Silpe for contributing generously to the 2011-2012 issues of The Muse. Your donations are greatly appreciated by everyone on this staff.

The Muse is a student publication produced by Journalism IV, V and VI classes at Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts. Opinion is limited to columns and editorials. We welcome and will print letters to the editors, which should be submitted to the press room (room 1-305). We reserve the right to edit letters for grammar and space restrictions and will publish no letters that are libelous or defamatory to any staff members, students, administrations or members of the community. We also accept guest editorials, although we reserve the right to edit or decline at our discretion.

 

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