Why We Run: Christopher Hixon Memorial

Andrea Gadek, Contributor
February 18, 2019

Christopher "Chris" Hixon was a man known for many things. He was a loving father, husband, and a beloved athletic director at the Bulldogs home turf. Mr. Hixon was a father figure to many of the students at South Broward because, as his friends would say, "[He] would give you the shirt off his back." There was never a moment when Mr. Hixon was not thinking of others.   He was born on February...

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BlackPink

Katelyn Matias, Contributer
February 16, 2019

BlackPink in your area? More like BlackPink in your school area. The most popular girl group in South Korea, ranking number one on the charts. Under YG Entertainment, BlackPink has accomplished and won many awards such as Mnet Asian Music Award for Best of Next, Golden Disc Award Song Division and many more. Even though they've been together for 3 years, they have won the hearts of millions of boys...

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How BTS Saved Their Fans

Rochelli Rodriguez, Editor
February 13, 2019

     People all over the world have heard about the South Korean boy band, BTS. The seven-membered group has risen to international fame, since winning their first Billboard award back in 2017 with their leader, Kim Namjoon, giving a quote that none of their fans, ARMY, would ever forget.   "Let's fly with our beautiful wings in 2017 as well."   It's no secret that BTS has broken...

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The Race To States

Brelee Bennett, contributer | February 13, 2019

The Bulldogs competitive cheer team has made it to the states competition in Gainesville, Florida. The cheer team competed in this competition in January. Even though they did not make it to finals, they are still very proud and happy that they even got the chance to go states. "This team is my family, I'm so proud." said Ariana Singh. Singh is a senior at South Broward, she has been on the competitive...

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Bulldogs Soccer Team Makes It to District Finals

Lucas Amorelli, Website Editor | February 12, 2019

    If bragging rights are the only good thing to come out of a district final game, the Bulldogs won't be bragging.  In the soul-crushing game, South Broward High School Bulldogs lost 3-1 to St. Thomas Aquinas. Scores aside, the two regional finalists will pass on to the regionals quarter-finals. If The Bulldogs would have played the whole game as they did in the first half,...

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The Case for Mandatory Voting

Max Neuberger, Editor | December 10, 2018

By all accounts, the 2018 midterm elections voter turnout was wild. Driving people to the polls was a major chunk of almost every candidate’s campaign, and the numbers would suggest it worked. Turnout topped a record breaking 113 million people, the highest rate for a midterm election since 1966. Over 122 million Americans apparently didn’t get the memo. Those record breaking numbers ended...

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Puerto Rico Needs the Right to Vote

Max Neuberger, Editor | October 22, 2018

  Last year, Puerto Rico was hit by one of deadliest natural disasters to hit US soil. Hurricane Maria amassed a death toll of 2,975, cut off 100% of the electricity to the island which lasted months for most of its residents, and displaced over 135,000 families from their homes to settle in shelters across the continental US.  If the island of over three million United States citizens had resided...

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