If the title of “Life of the Party” could be assumed by a month, it would definitely be claimed by March. Featuring St. Patrick’s Day, World Book Day, and even National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day, this calendrical period houses a number of holidays— reminding us that there’s always […]
Editorial/opinion editor of the FLHS Navigator and host of the A Little Perspective podcast. Occasionally a student, too.
The best thing since sliced bread? Online search engines. I can’t really think of anything better than entering a question into a Google search bar, and getting 7.23 billion answers in 1.28 seconds. But during the past couple years, online search engines have been used for more than […]
Ah, the ambiance of a Friday night football game: exhilarating, loud, and complemented perfectly by the shouts of spirited cheerleaders. Yet, in the case of Fort Lauderdale High School, one organization stands apart at these weekly sporting events because of the distinctive sound it brings─ the marching band. […]
Ms. Taraneh Abreu isn’t unfamiliar with having a positive influence on those around her. As an ESE support facilitator here at Fort Lauderdale High, she spends the majority of her time collaborating with students who possess unique abilities– a passion that she attributes to her experience in the […]
‘It’s eight o’ clock in the morning…’ This seven-word phrase is almost immediately recognizable by 13 to 18-year-old internet users around the globe. Constituting the beginning of PinkPantheress’s January pop track entitled “Pain,” this mere sentence has skyrocketed the small artist to fame, gaining prevalence on the meme-infested […]