Hello to all of the Navigator‘s readers! You may have noticed that we’ve been publishing large volumes of content every Friday for the past couple weeks. It’s the intention of the Navigator‘s editorial staff to continue the practice of publishing most content every Friday at 2:40 p.m. on […]
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Approximately 70 Fort Lauderdale High School seniors gathered at the Fort Lauderdale Beach Park this past Saturday, August 21, to celebrate the beginning of their fourth and final year as FLHS students with a Senior Sunset. The informal event, which was held outdoors, consisted of various games and […]
Wilton Manors’ signature event, the Stonewall Pride Parade, got underway June 19, welcoming thousands of revelers from all over the country for the community’s celebration of LGBTQ liberation and pride. For many, it was a sign of a return to some semblance of normalcy and the first major […]
As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Charlie Rodes’ cementing of the unique school mascot in legend, editor-in-chief Benjamin Schnirman takes readers through the history behind it all.
The Flying L boys’ soccer team prevailed two goals to one over St. Thomas Aquinas to advance to the regional final, where they face Doral Academy on Tuesday at 7 pm.
The Flying L soccer team triumphed 6-1 over Royal Palm Beach in the regional quarterfinal. They face off against St. Thomas Aquinas on Saturday.
The former Vice President Joe Biden becomes the president-elect, but it comes at the cost of several seats in the House and an unclear result in the Senate.
With COVID-19 restrictions and political interference, how can students vote safely while still knowing their voice will be heard? How can you register to vote?