Atlantic Community High School

Campus Life

Battle of the Books

   Atlantic Community High School has finally started Battle of the Books! Many might be wondering what it is about: Battle of the Books is a reading competition that combines reading and trivia.   The book selection for the competition comes from 2016-2017’s “Florida Teens Read” list. To participate, one is required to read three of… Keep Reading

Campus Life

Ceramics Class Makes Russian Nesting Dolls

   Ceramics teacher in Atlantic Community High School, Ms.Konash, is working on a new project called Nesting Dolls. Also known as Russian Nesting Dolls, they are a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another. These dolls are often designed to follow a specific theme; for example, Mickey Mouse.    Ms.Konash did… Keep Reading

Arts & Entertainment

[You] and Frank Ocean: The method behind the music.

Upon listening to Frank Ocean’s most popular song “Thinkin bout You,” one thing that is not realized by most listeners is his omission of gender-specific pronouns to address the listener (his lover). He keeps this style of writing for most of the songs on his album “Channel Orange,” and his newest album “Blonde.” Why does… Keep Reading

Sports

Miami Dolphins: A season destined for success?

   Following an inconsistent offseason that included the signings of running back Arian Foster and cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, the Miami Dolphins aim their sights on a playoff spot this year, following a disappointing 6-10 campaign in 2015. The Dolphins opened their season on the road in Seattle, squaring off the highly touted defense of the… Keep Reading

Opinions/Editorials

Harry Potter and the Cursed Screenplay

   John Tiffany and Jack Thorne’s play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, based off J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, was welcomed with open arms by the generation of adults that grew up with the characters of the series.    The script, originally released on July 31st, has revived the wave of Millennials who refer… Keep Reading

Opinions/Editorials

Letter From The Editor: Dealing with Work

   The school year just started a few weeks ago, but students may still be having trouble with getting in the right mindset, especially with the “Senioritis” phenomenon that some say they experience. The most important thing when in school is actually being able to handle all the work and assignments.    Stress is a… Keep Reading

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