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Review: One Direction closes their tour with the ‘best concert ever’

BY TARA BAGHERLEE FEATURES EDITOR With pitch perfect voices, adorable antics, and impressive lighting and fireworks, One Direction definitely delivered on its “Where...

Challenge Accepted: Students take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Challenge Accepted: Students take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

BY MEREDITH SHELDON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Dumping a bucket of ice water on oneself will not cure the fatal disease known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. However,...

Lightning Round (Ep.3)

DIRECTED BY CHAD DANIELS-ROSENBERG, SPORTS MULTIMEDIA EDITOR PRODUCED BY JUANA CAPELLUTO, MULTIMEDIA EDITOR Cypress Bay’s sports podcast show the Lightning Round with Dylan Pulitano (left) and Evan...

Varsity girls volleyball continue winning streak

Varsity girls volleyball continue winning streak

BY LARA FINAN The undefeated varsity girls volleyball team placed first at a two-day tournament on Sept. 26 and 27 at Monarch High. They ended up winning all three games on...

JV football falls short to Miramar 34-7

JV football falls short to Miramar 34-7

BY JEREMY JACKSON The boys junior varsity football team lost their first home game to Miramar, 34-7 on Oct. 1 falling to 0-2 on the season. The boys had a long drive...

One in 4,700: Bill Caruso

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

JV Football snaps three-game losing streak with first win of season

21 October 2014

BY CIRCUIT STAFF The JV football team finally got its first win of the season against district rivals Western High on Oct. 15 after a three-game losing streak and a 21-7...

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Review: Bet your bottom dollar that ‘Annie’ is still a classic

20 October 2014

BY RACHEL SCHONBERGER From the outstanding rendition of “Maybe” until the finale, the classic story of a little orphan girl named Annie, at the Au-Rene Theater stage at Broward Center for...

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Hoco or noco: Students opt out of going to homecoming dance

17 October 2014

BY CAROLINA BOU ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR While all of his friends will be attending homecoming on Oct. 18, junior Ben Kaner will be attending a debate tournament in the Bronx in...

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One in 4700: Lexi Flechner

16 October 2014

BY KATHERINE GIBSON

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National Art Honor Society participates in 5K run

15 October 2014

BY CAITY BURDASH The National Art Honor Society attended the Optime 5K run, which was held to benefit Young At Art. The event was held on Sept. 21 at Markham Park....

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Gender Sexuality Alliance celebrates Coming Out Day

15 October 2014

BY EMILY CHAIET NEWS EDITOR Students and teachers showed their true colors on Coming Out Day, an event held through the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club on Oct. 10. Decked in rainbow...

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Review: One Direction closes their tour with the ‘best concert ever’

13 October 2014

BY TARA BAGHERLEE FEATURES EDITOR With pitch perfect voices, adorable antics, and impressive lighting and fireworks, One Direction definitely delivered on its “Where...

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Harry Potter club plans to have cosplay contest

13 October 2014

BY ALYSSA LEWIS The Harry Potter Fandom Club has events planned for members to look forward to this year, including contests and movie screenings. The club has meetings every Thursday in...

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Debate competes in national tournament

10 October 2014

BY SAIGE FISHER The debate team placed in the top five in the nation at the annual speech and debate tournament National Forensics League (NFL) Nationals. The competition was held on...

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One in 4700: Asher Michelson

10 October 2014

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

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Challenge Accepted: Students take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Challenge Accepted: Students take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

09 October 2014

BY MEREDITH SHELDON EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Dumping a bucket of ice water on oneself will not cure the fatal disease known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. However,...

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Varsity girls volleyball continue winning streak

Varsity girls volleyball continue winning streak

08 October 2014

BY LARA FINAN The undefeated varsity girls volleyball team placed first at a two-day tournament on Sept. 26 and 27 at Monarch High. They ended up winning all three games on...

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JV football falls short to Miramar 34-7

JV football falls short to Miramar 34-7

08 October 2014

BY JEREMY JACKSON The boys junior varsity football team lost their first home game to Miramar, 34-7 on Oct. 1 falling to 0-2 on the season. The boys had a long drive...

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App Review: Evernote

06 October 2014

BY CARLY SCHREIDELL With the start of the new school year, most teachers would agree that it is vital for students to...

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New vending machines installed

02 October 2014

BY BROOKE MILLER Students were used to seeing vending machines everywhere on campus, but when a majority of the machines were taken away at...

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One in 4,700: Bill Caruso

02 October 2014

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

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