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Zoos gone wild

  On the 15th of April this year,  Zookeeper Stacey Konwiser  was attacked and killed by a male Malayan tiger at the local Palm Beach Zoo. According to the Sun Sentinel website, “Five minutes before Konwiser was scheduled to do a tiger show at Palm Beach Zoo, maintenance workers heard what sounded like a scream. The… Keep Reading

News

Donald trumps Clinton in race for the presidency

  After an incredibly close race in the Electoral College, Donald Trump emerged victoriously as the 45th President of the United States. Originally predicted to lose according to all of the news outlets and political science analysts, including Larry Sabato (one of the foremost experts on political analysis), Trump managed to beat Clinton out for the… Keep Reading

Campus Life

Andre Taylor tutors local students

     A part of being an Atlantic Eagle means contributing to the surrounding community and creating a better place to live for future generations. For the past six years, senior Andre Taylor has helped build a brighter future by tutoring on Saturdays at the Lantana Public Library. This, along with his amiable personality and… Keep Reading

Campus Life/News

Atlantic students work out a plan for Delray

  Some students at Atlantic Community High School are working hard to get people active and help the community. Seniors Christelle Singh and Talia Vessal came up with the idea of creating a workout gym at Barwick Park, located at the intersection of Lake Ida Road and Barwick Road, only two miles from Atlantic. “Initially this… Keep Reading

Arts & Entertainment

No Man’s Sky crashes and burns

   Released in August 2016, No Man’s Sky, an action-adventure game released for the Playstation 4, hoped to revolutionize the gaming industry. However, the game is now considered one of the biggest scams in the gaming industry.    Initially announced at the 2013 VGX award show, hype began building almost immediately as the game that gamers… Keep Reading

News

Get ready voters.

Voting starts Tuesday, Nov. 8. Schools will be closed, so for students who are eligible to vote, take note of this opportunity. To vote, one will need some sort of official identification, such as a license or passport. Participants won’t just be voting for the presidential candidates; they will vote for United States Senators, Constitutional… Keep Reading

News

Learn About The Zika Virus

The Zika Virus is caused by an infected mosquito, usually causing a rash, mild fever, conjunctivitis, and muscle pain. Zika virus is related to dengue, yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, and West Nile viruses. Zika can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus, and infection during pregnancy will cause birth defects such as microcephaly… Keep Reading

Campus Life

Marquis Waters achieves success

   Marquis Waters is a senior here at Atlantic Community High School. He plays safety for the school football team. Marquis is a very successful student, as seen in the fact that he has straight A’s in all of his classes.  For these reasons and more, Waters has made our lists of featured seniors.   “Students… Keep Reading

Campus Life

Clinton wins Atlantic, voters pass one cent sales surtax

Clinton wins Atlantic with 67% of the vote; Donald Trump took 18%. Write-in candidates included Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders, Frank Ierace, and David Kaitz, with Michelle Obama receiving the most write-in nominations. Atlantic passes Amendment 1 concerning the rights of electricity owners regarding solar energy choice with a 78% yes vote. Amendment 2 for the… Keep Reading

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