• Cypress Bay High School - Weston, FL
  • October 15, 2019

Unique interests deepen passions

BY ISABELLA GROGAN When sophomore Marcela Biggs was eight years old, she said her fascination with goats started to grow. Biggs said her obsession with goats has no origin, and she …

College Circuit: Samantha Rosenberg

The University of Michigan (U-M) is a public research university located in Ann Arbor, Michigan with more than 46,000 enrolled students. 2018 alumna Samantha Rosenberg is currently a freshman at the …

Study abroad opportunities spark interests

BY SABRINA BLANDON ONLINE FEATURES EDITOR After graduating high school, junior Riley Carpinteri said she plans on spending her sophomore year of college studying abroad in New Zealand or Australia. Ever …

Alumni Strike: Isabella DeSheplo

BY SABRINA BLANDON ONLINE FEATURES EDITOR Alumna Isabella DeSheplo, who graduated from the Bay in 2016, has spent her last two summers at the United States Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya working …

Personality Profile: Leah Lipke

BY ILYSSA MANN Ever since the 2016 Trump election, junior Leah Lipke said political issues have encapsulated her. She said her passions for topics such as gun regulations and women’s rights …

College Circuit: Ryan Scanlon

BY GABY MCMILLAN The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is a private college located in Savannah, Georgia. SCAD specializes in careers of Interior Design, Architecture and Graphic Art. 2018 …

Alumni Strike: Heather Molina Macfie

BY REMI SCHWARTZ PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER Alumna Heather Molina Macfie graduated from the Bay in 2004 and achieved her goal of becoming an engineer for Tesla cars. After graduating, Macfie took …

Faculty expands as student body grows

BY GABRIELLA MCMILLAN With the Bay’s growing student body, the school had to hire new faculty members, including Debate 1 and 2 Honors teacher Rachel West. Before coming to the Bay, …

Transferring in enables new changes

BY SABRINA BLANDON ONLINE FEATURES EDITOR After transferring to the Bay from a school in Istanbul due to his father’s business relocation, sophomore Can Altug said he had to adjust to …