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Ribbon cutting ceremony opens Confucius Institute

BY EMILY CHAIET NEWS EDITOR Members of the community were immersed in the Chinese culture at the Confucius Institute ribbon cutting ceremony at Cypress Bay High School on Dec 17. The event...

Boys cross-country team competes in states

BY JULIA BRILLIANT AND RACHEL GUTNER The boys cross-country team won the title of district champions and then went to the state competition in Tallahassee Nov. 11-15 where they placed 22nd...

Seen On Campus: White Converse

BY ALYSSA LEWIS The Circuit takes a closer look at a trend seen on campus through still photography and video footage.

Girls varsity soccer team still undefeated

Girls varsity soccer team still undefeated

BY JAKE LENDER AND TORI REISER The girls varsity soccer team won its last two games, at Cooper City on Dec. 3 and at Nova High on Dec. 4. This brings...

Junior divides time between AMT and Color Guard

BY MARISSA BABITZ Acting and dancing can be described as an artistic facet of self-expression, and junior Jordanne Cantrill has turned it into...

NHS attends Kakes for Kids 5K

BY ALYSSA LEVIN FEATURES COPY EDITOR National Honor Society (NHS) members participated in the Kakes for Kids 5K event at Charnow Park on Nov. 16. Kakes for Kids is a program that...

Review: Movie musical puts a dark twist on Disney

30 January 2015

BY TARA BAGHERLEE FEATURES EDITOR Weaving together childhood fairy tales and the idea that every wish comes at a cost, “Into The Woods”...

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Lacrosse team looks forward to season opener

29 January 2015

BY COLEMAN NELSON The varsity boys lacrosse team graduated five seniors from last year’s 2014 District 3A championship team, however, this has not discouraged the team from having high expectations. The...

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Review: Golden Globe Awards strike comedic gold

28 January 2015

BY RACHEL SCHONBERGER The 72nd Golden Globes were full of pop culture jokes, shocking wins and the comedic genius of third-time hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. The award show produced...

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Review: Life In Color keeps reputation as the “World’s Biggest Paint Party”

27 January 2015

BY TAYLOR FELLMAN The ninth annual Life in Color (LIC) event was an amazing two days filled with electronic dance music (EDM), paint, spectacular light shows, and energetic ravers. Also known...

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Review: Jingle Ball rocks the BB&T center

16 January 2015

BY STEPHANIE STONE  The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour rocked the BB&T center on Dec. 21 to new heights. This highly anticipated...

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Online shopping becomes a popular alternative

14 January 2015

BY ALEXIS SOBEL Like many teenagers, sophomore Gianna Jackintelle likes to update her wardrobe as fashion changes. She said she finds it extremely overwhelming to shop in the mall because it is...

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Ribbon cutting ceremony opens Confucius Institute

13 January 2015

BY EMILY CHAIET NEWS EDITOR Members of the community were immersed in the Chinese culture at the Confucius Institute ribbon cutting ceremony at Cypress Bay High School on Dec 17. The event...

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Review: Apple’s newest endeavor is successful

Review: Apple’s newest endeavor is successful

12 December 2014

BY DANNY GONZALEZ People have been using credit cards to pay for restaurants, mall purchases, and taxi rides for over half a century. However, Apple is doing a good job in...

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Holly jolly holiday movies: The Circuit’s staff review popular movies for the holidays

12 December 2014

The Circuit’s staff review popular movies for the holidays. Read our December print edition of the Circuit to see more holiday movie reviews.   12 Dates of...

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Review: Argentine restaurant popular in Weston

12 December 2014

BY IGNACIA ARAYA SPORTS PHOTO EDITOR Weston, being so rich with cultures from all over the world, especially Latin America, has made a delicious...

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Catholics in Action to volunteer with senior citizens

12 December 2014

BY MONTSE MOLINA During the holiday season, traditions include giving and receiving presents as well as gathering with family. Still, there are some people who don’t have the opportunity to be...

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Boys cross-country team competes in states

12 December 2014

BY JULIA BRILLIANT AND RACHEL GUTNER The boys cross-country team won the title of district champions and then went to the state competition in Tallahassee Nov. 11-15 where they placed 22nd...

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Seen On Campus: White Converse

11 December 2014

BY ALYSSA LEWIS The Circuit takes a closer look at a trend seen on campus through still photography and video footage.

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Chorus attends annual Candlelight event

10 December 2014

BY ZOE BIRGER One hundred and fifty Chorus students traveled to Disney’s Epcot for the annual Candlelight Processional event Nov. 30 Dec. 1....

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Girls varsity soccer team still undefeated

Girls varsity soccer team still undefeated

10 December 2014

BY JAKE LENDER AND TORI REISER The girls varsity soccer team won its last two games, at Cooper City on Dec. 3 and at Nova High on Dec. 4. This brings...

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Weekend of tweets and traditions

09 December 2014

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