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Running a New Business During COVID-19

Bryannah Azim, Photographer
December 3, 2020

Pop Up Water Sports is a new business that has just launch on September 26 of this year and their main focus as of now is paddle boarding and newly kayaks. With COVID-19 going on now, the company has made adjustments on how they operate. Excursions are booked and payed for online which limits to amount of people. The boards, paddles, and kayaks are cleaned before and after every customer. Hand sanitizer...

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How To Organize Your Closet

Vanessa Paredes, Contributor
December 1, 2020

When the COVID-19 hit in March and we had to quarantine, I, like most teens, binged endless Netflix series such as "How to get away with murder" and "Annie with an E", all while making over 100 TikTok's dancing videos. Not very productive. Except for one thing: organizing. Ever since I can remember I have always loved organizing. When I was around five I would help my family organize their closets,...

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Kelly Surniak, Contributor
November 30, 2020

I got the idea to change around my room and decorate it a few months ago when I watched a YouTuber named Hello Kristen. She made a video on items she had gotten from different stores to decorate her room that were inexpensive. The results were quite impressive, especially the decor, which was affordable. It gave me the idea to start doing more with my own room to add more of my creativity and style. I wanted my room to look more unique and have a nicer style than how it had currently looked like. ...

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Soccer during Covid-19

Luis Lopez, Contributor
November 30, 2020

At the Aventura soccer park, in Aventura, Florida, a player from the Aventura soccer team is angry about being required to wear a mask while playing the games. "Some people would see that like a stupid thing, but it can actually affect how people play."   Andres Caicedo is a 14-year-old freshman who, due to COVID-19, hasn’t played soccer for 3 months; he has been angered by...

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COVID’S Got Boxing Careers on the Ropes

Freddy Peralta, Editor
November 30, 2020

 The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused many upsets, from cancelled flights to other countries, to ruined birthday parties. For boxers, however, the pandemic rattled their brain like an uppercut from four feet under. This has affected the careers of many aspiring boxers. Jorge Ramirez, 16, is one of these up  coming boxers trying to make a name for himself in the amateur league  “It’s been very...

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Single Wheel Passion

Nahum Vasquez
November 19, 2020

Juan Gonzales is a South Broward High School junior who has found a passion for riding bikes like many other teenagers, but in a very different way. They call it “Wheelies,” which consists of riding a bike on the rear wheel.  “I started doing wheelies in 2017 when I was living in Bogota, Colombia. I was 14 at that time,” said Gonzales. Gonzales’ life hasn’t been easy. He had to...

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New Yorker’s Experience Highlights A Growing Problem: COVID-19 Testing Reliability
Special Report:Shelly-Ann Parchment

Special Report:Shelly-Ann Parchment

November 30, 2020

Maria Jose Arguello

Maria Jose Arguello

November 30, 2020

Covid-19 Impact On School Clubs

Covid-19 Impact On School Clubs

November 30, 2020

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Black Lives Matter Agenda is Good for School Curriculum
Thoughts on Election: Wendy Johnson

Thoughts on Election: Wendy Johnson

November 30, 2020

Paulston Stuart, Election Thoughts

Paulston Stuart, Election Thoughts

November 30, 2020

BLM Movement to Joe Biden- You Owe Us

BLM Movement to Joe Biden- You Owe Us

November 30, 2020

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How To Organize Your Closet

Vanessa Paredes, Contributor | December 1, 2020

When the COVID-19 hit in March and we had to quarantine, I, like most teens, binged endless Netflix series such as "How to get away with murder" and "Annie with an E", all while making over 100 TikTok's dancing videos. Not very productive. Except for one thing: organizing. Ever since I can remember I have always loved organizing. When I was around five I would help my family organize their closets,...

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Cheering with Covid-19

Dakota Chesser, Contributor | November 30, 2020

Veronica Bruns is the cheer coach at South Broward High school. She is also the schools ESE Support teacher. She explains how Covid-19 affected her cheer team this year compared to last. "There aren't as many girls as we had in previous years. There are mostly smaller girls which is good and bad in competition season," said Bruns. The cheer team consist of about 17 girls and there are three different...

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Students Struggle to Keep Cameras On
By: Markayla Lee
When teenagers get in front of the camera to Facetime their friends or take a photo for Instagram, it’s nothing but smiles. But, no ones smiling about having their camera on for online classes. 
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A Piece of South Broward High School History Moves On

SBHS Faculty and Administration say goodbye to long-time teacher and Marine Magnet Coordinator Debra Hixon as she becomes newest Broward County School Board Member

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SBHS Families we NEED to hear from you in order to effectively plan for the 2020/2021 School Year. Deadline is Friday, July 10th. If you did it already THANK YOU and please check with your neighbor. Let’s get it done Bulldogs! Yes! We Can! We are...#SOUTHBROWARD!❤️💛 https://twitter.com/browardschools/status/1280251087027666945

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