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Exclusive interview with the stars of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

Exclusive interview with the stars of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

“The Fault in Our Stars,” the film adaptation of John Green’s best-selling novel, is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. Its popularity among teenagers since the...

Bay graduate composes music, releases demo

BY ILANA SPERLING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF After recording a radio broadcast of a celebrity softball game at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Bay alumnus...

Seen On Campus: Garbage

BY JUANA CAPELLUTO MULTIMEDIA EDITOR The Circuit takes a closer look at a trend seen on campus through still photography and video footage.

One in 4,700: Katie Kennett

BY HALEY HARDING With the ultimate purpose of engaging, involving and connecting the Bay’s diverse community, The Circuit has launched an ongoing multimedia project...

Latest phone apps take up students’ time

BY CHASE OCHRACH Sophomore Lauren Macari can play Flappy Bird for hours on end without stopping. Even when she loses, it just entices her to want to keep trying. Flappy Bird, along...

TV Review: How I Met Your Mother Series Finale

TV Review: How I Met Your Mother Series Finale

BY JAKE LENDER After nine seasons, “How I Met Your Mother” has sadly come to an end.  Co-creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas thought it was time to finally show fans...

Exclusive interview with the stars of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

Exclusive interview with the stars of ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

02 June 2014

“The Fault in Our Stars,” the film adaptation of John Green’s best-selling novel, is one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. Its popularity among teenagers since the...

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PTSA hosts Lightning Award of Excellence ceremony

PTSA hosts Lightning Award of Excellence ceremony

16 May 2014

BY EMILY CHAIET The auditorium was filled with 106 students on April 23 for Parent Teacher Student Association’s (PTSA) Lightning Award of Excellence and Scholarship Ceremony. The award honors students of...

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Bay graduate composes music, releases demo

07 May 2014

BY ILANA SPERLING EDITOR-IN-CHIEF After recording a radio broadcast of a celebrity softball game at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Bay alumnus...

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Seen On Campus: Garbage

06 May 2014

BY JUANA CAPELLUTO MULTIMEDIA EDITOR The Circuit takes a closer look at a trend seen on campus through still photography and video footage.

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Dressing for success on test days

02 May 2014

BY CAMILA ZIADI For freshmanLauren Bodden, test days are a day to dress down into sweatpants and a hoodie. Sophomore Arianne...

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From My Perspective: Finding a life-long ‘best buddy’

02 May 2014

BY ERICA LACHMAN Renae and I first met in a drama class when I was in the seventh grade. I remember she always...

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Battle of the beverages: Dunkin Donuts vs. Starbucks

01 May 2014

BY TAYLOR FELLMAN It was a bright Monday morning and just like always, junior Stephanie Moreno needed her caffeine boost to start the...

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Senior pursues passion of playing harp

29 April 2014

BY ERIN YOO Senior Olivia Aleguas discovered one passion through the inability to perform another. Although ballet is an important part of Aleguas’ life,...

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One in 4,700: Katie Miller

23 April 2014

BY HALEY HARDING With the ultimate purpose of engaging, involving and connecting the Bay’s diverse community, The Circuit has launched an ongoing multimedia project that highlights the...

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Book Review: Why We Broke Up

23 April 2014

BY CAMILA ZIADI “Why We Broke Up” is a novel written in the form of a letter, in which high school juniorMin (short for Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom) Greenwrites...

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Movie Review: Rio 2

23 April 2014

BY MEREDITH SHELDON FEATURES EDITOR The family of five witty, blue birds is back again traveling on an adventure through the Amazon rainforest in the recently released animated comedy “Rio 2.” The...

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American History EOC exam is made mandatory this year

23 April 2014

BY JESSICA SCHEIN ONLINE GRAPHIC DESIGNER For the first time, the End of Course (EOC) exam for U.S. American History has become mandatory this testing year for AP students enrolled in the...

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Sports Roundup

17 April 2014

BY CIRCUIT STAFF Boys Lacrosse The boys lacrosse team defeated South...

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One in 4,700: Katie Kennett

16 April 2014

BY HALEY HARDING With the ultimate purpose of engaging, involving and connecting the Bay’s diverse community, The Circuit has launched an ongoing multimedia project...

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Latest phone apps take up students’ time

16 April 2014

BY CHASE OCHRACH Sophomore Lauren Macari can play Flappy Bird for hours on end without stopping. Even when she loses, it just entices her to want to keep trying. Flappy Bird, along...

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PTSA recognizes students for character

15 April 2014

BY COLE WINTON Selected students gathered in the media center for the Kids of Character breakfast on March 6. Students were chosen for the complimentary breakfast presented by the...

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