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Navigating a post-Roe democracy

Navigating a post-Roe democracy

Ava John, SPHS News Editor September 15, 2022

Over the summer, I attended a journalism camp at Boston University. I wrote for the Boston Terrier, attended press conferences with the mayor, and interviewed Bostonians regarding recent laws and rulings....

10 Things For Devils To Do For Under 10 Dollars This Summer

April 15, 2022

1      Walking around Central in St. Pete is one of the best things to do for free. They have tons of art from murals and interactive things that go on there all the time. There are frequent activities,...

The Saudi Misconception

The Saudi Misconception

April 5, 2022

When a country is closed to the public for so long the only news that leaves is bad. This seems to be the case in most of the nations that have closed their borders to the outside. This leaves us outsiders...

War Breaks Out in Ukraine

War Breaks Out in Ukraine

Olivia Moore, News Editor March 1, 2022

War breaks out in Ukraine. Russia launched attacks on multiple fronts in Ukraine on the 23rd of February. Russia claims that they are justified in their attacks due to a “genocide” of Russians in areas...

Canadas Freedom Convoy - And Ours

Canada’s Freedom Convoy – And Ours

Bryan Shedden February 28, 2022

Ah, Canada. Land of poutine, maple syrup, moose, hockey and other national stereotypes. We all know on a gut level that most of these hold very little water, but a vivid example of this came to light this...

Explosion of the Century

Explosion of the Century

Bryan Shedden, News Reporter February 1, 2022

Eruptions larger than any in the past 30 years hit the Kingdom of Tonga this Saturday, with 5 dead and 4 injured. The Hunga Tonga island was one of the hundreds of islands in the small Polynesian, although...

Winter: The Story of a Legacy

Winter: The Story of a Legacy

Sydney Davis February 1, 2022

The community of Clearwater and the greater population of the world has left the year 2021 mourning the loss of the dolphin Winter. Not only was this dolphin a major tourist attraction and a magnificent...

Afghan Refugees: The International Reception

Afghan Refugees: The International Reception

Travis Brackin, News Reporter November 15, 2021

Special envoys from the US, Russia, and China are meeting in Pakistan this week to discuss the developing crisis in Afghanistan, which this August was overrun by the Taliban once again. A topic for the...

St.Petersburg Elects First Black Mayor: Ken Welch

St.Petersburg Elects First Black Mayor: Ken Welch

Olivia Moore, News Editor November 13, 2021

On November 2nd, 2021, St.Petersburg citizens voted on who would become their next mayor. The winner: Ken Welch. Mr.Welch will become St. Petersburg’s first Black Mayor. A few weeks before the election,...

FRANCE HATES US NOW (WELL, MORE THAN BEFORE)

FRANCE HATES US NOW (WELL, MORE THAN BEFORE)

Bryan Shedden, Reporter November 12, 2021

   France recalled their ambassadors to the United States on the 17th of September, an unprecedented action never before done in their two-and-a-half century long relationship over the newly formed security...

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