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Athletes to Watch Super testing schedules increase conflicts for students and teachers Should Cypress Bay build a new parking garage in place of the student lot? 1 in 4,700: Ryan Auspitz Advanced Placement Night

Participation trophies promote materialistic thinking in youth athletics

By Lucy Celentano Managing editor As I clean out my cluttered closet during my senior year in preparation for moving out of my childhood home and...

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Athletes to Watch

Lissa Dewindt What keeps you motivated at practices? Soccer is my outlet to get my...

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Super testing schedules increase conflicts for students and teachers

As the end of the school year approaches, the Bay has begun preparing the testing schedule for Advanced Placement (AP), Advanced International Cambridge Education (AICE), SAT, Florida Standards Assessment (FSA)...

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Should Cypress Bay build a new parking garage in place of the student lot?

Yes: By Jennifer Silverman Cypress Bay’s parking lot is hectic and causes many issues such as traffic jams, car accidents and more. This jam-packed lot full of new drivers is...

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Transferring in enables new changes

19 November 2018

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 the...

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Personality Profile: Beau Simon

13 November 2018

BY RACHEL ALEXANDER Throughout high school, junior Beau Simon said he has used his leadership skills to achieve his goal of becoming an elected official. Simon said he strives to have an...

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Gap year grants self reflection

13 November 2018

BY REMI SCHWARTZ PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER While some students at the Bay are sending college applications and preparing to further their education at a university, other students have decided upon another route...

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The Outlet: Danielle Nascimento

05 November 2018

In this issue’s recurring segment that gives students an opportunity to learn more about the teachers they see every day, staffer Rachel Supnick interviews Student Government Association (SGA) and Interior...

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Personality Profile: Annabelle Arteaga

30 October 2018

BY CAMILA ESPINOSA As a child, junior Annabelle Arteaga said she was the only person in her family who liked watching political debates. As a result, she was always well informed...

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Out of state colleges offer new opportunities

26 October 2018

BY DARIAN TRABOLD For junior Pat Ponza, he said it has always been a dream to attend the University of Dundee (UD) in Scotland. While he knows this college is far...

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Weekend plans ease stress on students

24 October 2018

BY SABRINA BLANDON ONLINE FEATURES EDITOR To forget about the stress of the week, junior Sofia Prieto said she counts on weekend concerts. The last one she attended was Shakira’s El Dorado...

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PTSA holds annual breakfast to welcome new parents

18 October 2018

BY RACHEL SUPNICK Parents in the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) were invited to the annualPTSA Volunteer Breakfast in the Wave on Sept. 25. At the breakfast and general meeting, parents...

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Dual enrollment enhances learning experiences

17 October 2018

BY ILYSSA MANN Through the dual enrollment program, junior and senior students at the Bay have the ability to take college-level courses outside of school instead of in school. Many students,...

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Technology enhances classroom cheating opportunities

16 October 2018

It is not uncommon to find...

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1 in 4,700: Addison Berger

14 October 2018


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The Current: Conservative views defund public school system

12 October 2018

BY SOPHIA HANDLEY In this issue’s recurring segment that explores current event topics affecting the student body, Staffer Sophia Handley speaks to students and teachers about Betsy DeVos, United States Secretary...

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College Circuit: Olivia Gott

11 October 2018

Olivia Gott is a student athlete at the prestigious University of Virginia (UVA), located in the town of Charlottesville. 2015 alumna Olivia Gott is currently a senior at the university....

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DECA Day inspires future entreprenuers

09 October 2018

BY ALEXIS EPSTEIN Students enrolled in DECA courses were exposed to all the club has to offer during the fifteenth annual DECA Day on Aug. 21 and 22 in the auditorium....

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Class expands to club due to surplus of students

09 October 2018

BY RACHEL ALEXANDER Latinos in Action (LIA) has been a class offered at the Bay for many years which entails bi-weekly visits to local elementary schools, including Eagle Point and Manatee...

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Substantial subs excite customers

09 October 2018

BY RACHEL ALEXANDER Jersey Mike’s Subs opened its first Davie location in May of 2018 offering delicious and fresh meals. The restaurant offers a variety of subs and wraps in the...

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