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Poll: Summer or Winter?
January 24, 2024

Poll: Summer or Winter?

Oh Florida, the land of flowers, marshes, and lush forests brimming with wildlife! We truly have it all: except for variable seasons. Any floridian can attest that there are only two seasons in the state, sweltering, egg frying summers, and one week of winter, (if you consider tempatures averaging over 70 degrees farenight to be ‘winter’). So then I ask you dear reader, which do you prefer?

 

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Hunter Vann, Editor-in-chief
Hunter Vann, 12th grade, is the Editor-in-Chief of the Walter Times student run newspaper of One School of the Arts and Sciences. Hunter has been a part of the OS family for the past five years and is dedicated to its continued growth and improvement. Hunter Vann is committed to improving Scholar’s wellbeing by expanding access to information and building cultural understanding through leading many projects within OS; the Lion's Roar Podcast, OS book club, Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, and an upcoming, yet to be revealed, literary-magazine project. As a Chinese American Hunter Vann understands the importance of projecting undervalued and underrepresented voices in media. As such he remains dedicated to maintaining the Walter Times as a safe harbor for free thought as long as he serves.
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