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In a rush: high schoolers look forward to college sororities Opinion: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge true purpose should be known Personal connections to foreign lands keep students globally aware DeBAYte team grows in size, prepares for new school year JV volleyball team improves record to 3-0 One in 4,700: Kelsi Murphy
 

In a rush: high schoolers look forward to college sororities

BY JORDAN MCGREW Rush Week, also known as recruitment week for sororities, has recently concluded at college campuses across the nation. Schools such as University of Florida and Florida State University...

Opinion: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge true purpose should be known

BY EMILY CHAIET NEWS EDITOR What is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis? Most of you can probably find the answer on your Facebook feed. Throughout the past few months, it’s been impossible to go on...

Personal connections to foreign lands keep students globally aware

BY MEREDITH SHELDON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Sirens blared through the streets of Eilat, Israel as senior Yuval Shmul darted to the nearest bomb shelter. A rocket shard hit her building, shattering the window of...

DeBAYte team grows in size, prepares for new school year

BY JAKE FUHRMAN The debate team is steadily growing, and it is coming off of the statistically best year of its existence. The team placed in the top five of the national...

JV volleyball team improves record to 3-0

JV volleyball team improves record to 3-0

BY TORI REISER The junior varsity girls volleyball team won in straight sets 25-8 and 25-9 on Sept. 2 at Flanagan High. Sophomore Rebecca Schultz said the team is getting better every day. “Everyone played...

One in 4,700: Kelsi Murphy

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

In a rush: high schoolers look forward to college sororities

24 September 2014

BY JORDAN MCGREW Rush Week, also known as recruitment week for sororities, has recently concluded at college campuses across the nation. Schools such as University of Florida and Florida State University...

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Girls cross country seeks to uphold winning tradition

23 September 2014

BY CAMILA ZIADI ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT COPY EDITOR The girls cross-country team has experienced a change with the loss of its senior runners, one of which was star Katherine MacNeal, now...

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Gym goers ‘work it out’

23 September 2014

BY ALESSANDRA BREGANTE Whether it’s early in the morning or late at night, students at the Bay are working out in the gym. Senior Fernando Clemente wakes up early almost every day...

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Alumnus spends summer at the White House

22 September 2014

BY MACKENZIE HIRSH Cypress Bay alumnus Zach Gorwitz, now a sophomore at Duke University, got the opportunity to see a different side of Washington, DC when he worked as an associate...

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Saying goodbye as siblings leave for college

18 September 2014

BY FRANKI ROSENTHAL Junior Drew Marsh walks through his house and looks into his brother’s vacant room. His brother Jake recently left for Syracuse University leaving Drew as the oldest of...

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AP Psychology department welcomes three new teachers

17 September 2014

BY TARA BAGHERLEE FEATURES EDITOR The AP Psychology department introduced Lynda Lorie, Dr. Sheryl Sugerman, and Cecilia Fonseca to its team this year, in addition to David Geller, who has already been...

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Teen volunteers at wildlife center

17 September 2014

BY ALEX ZEIDEL After years of loving exotic animals, junior Harumy Sanchez decided to dedicate her extra time to the non-profit organization South Florida Wildlife center. Needing volunteer hours, Sanchez looked into...

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Opinion: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge true purpose should be known

16 September 2014

BY EMILY CHAIET NEWS EDITOR What is amyotrophic lateral sclerosis? Most of you can probably find the answer on your Facebook feed. Throughout the past few months, it’s been impossible to go on...

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Opinion: College applications break the bank

16 September 2014

SABRINA GAGGIA PRINT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Tapping away at the keys on my computer on a Friday night while sipping on some much-needed coffee as I fill and refill what seems to be...

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Current students welcome freshmen siblings

16 September 2014

BY TAYLOR FELLMAN As freshmen move into a new chapter in their lives, some have older siblings already at the Bay to help their transition into high school. Freshman Gabby Tirado...

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Personal connections to foreign lands keep students globally aware

16 September 2014

BY MEREDITH SHELDON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Sirens blared through the streets of Eilat, Israel as senior Yuval Shmul darted to the nearest bomb shelter. A rocket shard hit her building, shattering the window of...

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Opinion: Labels hide true identity

15 September 2014

BY MEREDITH SHELDON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Filling out college applications, I come across the same question: How do you describe yourself? An infinite list of adjectives comes...

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DeBAYte team grows in size, prepares for new school year

12 September 2014

BY JAKE FUHRMAN The debate team is steadily growing, and it is coming off of the statistically best year of its existence. The team placed in the top five of the national...

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Review: The Kooks’ new album is worth a ‘Listen’

12 September 2014

BY EMILY GITTEN This year the indie rock world is coming of age. Fresh faced Vampire Weekend shed their upbeat, preppy style for darker themes and ominous music, and the youthfully...

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Boys golf team prepares for upcoming season

10 September 2014

BY RYAN SOLOMON Last season the boys golf team made an appearance at the state championship at Mission Inn Resort & Club in Orlando, and this year they expect to have...

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AMT sets calendar for three shows

10 September 2014

BY GILLIAN D’ONOFRIO American Musical Theater teacher Cynthia Lutwin announced that this year AMT will be producing three plays for spring: “Once on this Island” (AMT1), “Beauty and the Beast” (AMT2),...

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