With the new digitized school year, the Fort Lauderdale High School morning announcements transitioned from auditory reports to videos posted on Canvas every week for the student body to enjoy. The morning announcements were proposed by Mrs. Carmichael and the Leadership class as a way to provide students […]
During my junior year, I usually sat at the dining room table and watched Jeopardy with my dad. I would shout out the answers, whether they were right or wrong, while my father chuckled at the wrong answers and kept score of the money that I would have […]
The Subtle Art Of Not Caring by Mark Manson advises people how to live a better life — not by doing more, but by doing less. There is a dark annoying loop that traps several people and Mark Manson gave it a very fitting name called “The Feedback […]
The Fort Lauderdale High School staff has chosen the annual Employee and Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year. They are Mrs. Cammy Wolfe and Mrs. Chrystina Marchionne respectively. Mrs. Wolfe has been helping seniors graduate and setting them up for the real world by providing information on […]
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.
The football team played to a 42-20 loss against perennial rivals Dillard in the season opener at the new Lockhart Stadium.
Halloween is a popular holiday that has changed as a result of COVID-19. Many people have decided to halt activities like trick-or-treating with friends or attend parties and have changed their plans to stay safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has made recommendations about Halloween […]
LoveLee Bakeshop, a new bakeshop located at 603 NE 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale, is one tough cookie. Opened less than a year ago, LoveLee Bakeshop was amassing new and loyal customers until the bakery had to close its doors three months later due to COVID-19. “I had […]
The new Culinary Arts teacher, Chef Marius Orsolini, has always had a passion for cooking. His first experience cooking was when he was five years old when he helped his mother in the kitchen. He felt as if he was discovering a new world, with enthusiasm. Every time […]
Born and raised in Broward County, AICE Psychology and Peer Counseling teacher, Ms. Krystal Beruty, has joined the Fort Lauderdale High School staff this year. This is her first year teaching at a high school, with her prior experience as an education coach and preschool teacher. “I saw […]