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The Red Tide Problem

Alexandra Realmuto, Editor
November 13, 2018

On Monday, November 5th in the South Broward Auditorium, Professor Larry Brand a specialist in ecology of algae and phytoplankton; and Catherine Uden a South Florida Campaign Organizer for Oceana presented information to the public on the red tide, toxic algae and offshore drilling and how it’s affecting the state of Florida. Cyanobacteria is not being talked about much, but there is a blossom...

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Florida’s Mid-Term Elections: A Mess of Legal Actions

Barney Folger, Editor
November 12, 2018

Once again, the land of alligators and oranges is the centre of one of the craziest election stories in another major election season. November 7th was a surprise in and of itself, as most polls had Democratic candidates such as Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson in the leads of their races against Republicans Ron DeSantis and Former Governor Rick Scott respectively. Yet both lost the first count of votes...

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New Security Measures Are “Unfair” Students Say

Alexa Meyer and Ellie Branson
November 9, 2018

Following the mass school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) earlier this year, schools in Broward County have tightened security in an effort to avoid another mass school shooting. And South Broward High School is following suit. The new rules are easy: Single point entry into the school and students must wear IDs at all times. It's the punishments that have the students feeling disrespected....

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The Fashionable South Broward

The Fashionable South Broward

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