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Jaguars host Special Olympic Fantasy Camp.

On June 22nd, 2022, the Jaguars hosted a Special Olympics Fantasy Camp. The participants arrived to a room full of teal, black, and gold balloons and then received personalized jerseys. They were surprised by Jaguars players and a day of activities. Speaking to News4Jax, Zoe LoSasso said, “They’ll remember this forever.’ By: Ocean Medlock More information: https://www.news4jax.com/sports/2022/06/21/theyll-remember-this-forever-special-day-as-jaguars-host-special-olympians/ https://spotonflorida.com/fl-sports/jacksonville-jaguars/3878408/theyll-remember-this-forever-special.html

“You Don’t Know What War Is”

On October 25th, 2022 the diary of Yeva Skalietska, a young girl from Ukraine, is being released. Titled, “You Don’t Know What War Is.” the book begins with her birthday which shortly occurs before the attack from Russia on Ukraine, then it continues with many more experiences throughout the war from her point of view.  “I want the world to know what we have experienced,” said Skalietska By: Ocean Medlock More information: https://www.news4jax.com/entertainment/2022/06/22/diary-of-12-year-old-ukrainian-refugee-to-be-released/ https://www.usnews.com/news/entertainment/articles/2022-06-22/diary-of-12-year-old-ukrainian-refugee-to-be-released#:~:text=Yeva%20Skalietska’s%20book%20is%20called,in%20a%20statement%20released%20Wednesday.

The Glamorous Grammys

The 64th annual Grammy Awards will be celebrated this year on Sunday, April 3, 2022 and everyone is looking forward to it.

The Search for Scholarships

That time of year has started where many high school seniors are making plans for their 1st year of college.

The Information War

As the war between Russia and Ukraine rages in Kyiv, a new kind of war has lit up online.

Homecoming Highlights

Nease’s 2021 Homecoming dance and football game were a huge success with both students and teachers having a great time.

Fall and Winter Movies

Whether you are looking for a classic movie or a cheesy holiday flick, you are sure to enjoy these fall and winter films.

Is It Time to “Take A Break”?

In the past few years, social media has taken the world by storm. But when is social media too much? Some large platforms recognize the issues of spending increased time on social media.

The Best Holiday Light Displays in Jacksonville

Now that December has arrived, it is safe to say that the majority of people are in full holiday mode, and with this comes the desire to find entertaining activities to do with friends and/or family.

Where We Go When We Donate Ourselves to Science

When someone dies, they reserve the right to declare how they want their body to be dealt with. In most cases, people sign up for a traditional burial, or to be cremated.

Nease Senior, Rylee Moore Inspires Kindness Klub Members

On September 23rd, Rylee Moore spoke to a group of young girls involved in the Kindness Klub.

Fall Activities

Jacksonville will be hosting a number of entertaining and festive fall events this year.

Halloween Horror Nights

As fall approaches us and the cold emerges this brings in the fun and scary holiday known as Halloween. 

Marine life is moving further from the equator, possibly leading to mass extinction

The marine life near the equator has many aquatic animals that we are fascinated by, such as manta rays, sea turtles, whale sharks, and many fish species. What if they were gone?

By: Olivia Roberti

A legend dies

Christopher Plummer, who is most well known for playing Captain von Trapp in “The Sound of Music” died the morning of Friday February 5th 2021.

By: Mary Vega


Staying Active: Home Edition

By: Ocean Medlock (Managing Layout Editor)
Most of us are finding it difficult to come up with activities to do during quarantine, especially when it comes to staying active. Although there aren’t many places to go, the outdoors are wide open for all and there are many ways get exercise. 
(Cover Photo: cnet)

Piece of Pi

By: Ariana Tracy (Copy Editor)
To many, Pi Day is celebrated annually on March 14th. The date of the international holiday, 3/14, symbolizes the first three digits of the mathematical symbol pi, represented by the Greek letter π. The 14th of March is not just a day to recognize the number pi, but also one of the most well-known desserts of all time: pie.
(Cover Photo: Ariana Tracy)

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