THE MUSE

Watson, left, and Inayat Sood, right, geared up and ready to go to work. At the Medical Examiner Office of Palm Beach County, Watson worked closely with those involved in the field of forensic pathology as a summer job, shadowing medical examiners in autopsies and accompanying investigators to crime scenes. “I am so grateful for the opportunity that [Dr. Wendolyn Sneed has] given me,” Watson says, reflecting on her unique job during the summer. Photo courtesy of Alex Watson’s VSCO.

ALEX WATSON TELLS ALL

Kaja Andric, Coverage Editor
September 5, 2020
The word ‘Preservation’ (from left to right) in Somali, Hebrew, English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and German. “It requires a mental discipline to switch and exclusively speak your parents' language when you are with them, and not speak English,” said communications freshman Kaja Andric. Many students at Dreyfoos learned their parents language to preserve their parents culture.

CONTINUING CULTURE THROUGH LANGUAGE

Elena Snyder, Design Staffer
April 23, 2019
ORGANIZING BLACK HISTORY WEEK

ORGANIZING BLACK HISTORY WEEK

Michael Pincus, Features Staffer
March 5, 2019
Lines of code fill vocal junior Ben Myer’s desktop monitor. Among his projects is a mobile application called Chest-Quest. Myer’s coding career began in early middle school, “but then I had the confidence to start working with other coding languages. I learned HTML, C# with Unity, and Swift after that.”

BEN MYERS: A DIGITAL CREATOR

Sebastian Fernandez, Assistant Digital Managing Editor
February 27, 2019
FACULTY FRIENDSHIPS Q&A

FACULTY FRIENDSHIPS Q&A

Anamaria Navarrete, Features Editor
February 22, 2019
Q&A TEACHER SPOTLIGHT: MR. DAVID PARDO

Q&A TEACHER SPOTLIGHT: MR. DAVID PARDO

Michael Pincus, Features Staffer
February 20, 2019
ARTS FOR PAY

ARTS FOR PAY

Michael Pincus, Features Staffer
February 18, 2019
Mr. Ruth teaches his French class how to correctly conjugate reflexive verbs just before field day festivities begin at lunch. “Mr. Ruth has really done a great job keeping us organized,” Junior Class Council Treasurer and band junior Mitch Faloona said. “He makes sure we stay consistent with our weekly meetings and our committees for each event of spirit week.”

TEACHER SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT: MR. RUTH

Maddy Rubin, Cover Editor
January 30, 2019
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