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8th Grade Takes on DC

8th Grade Takes on DC

Anna Brown, staff
May 2, 2024

In an exciting adventure, the eighth graders recently traveled on a memorable trip to the nation's capital, Washington DC. Accompanied by their teachers and chaperones, the scholars got to visit famous...

Park City: Senior Trip

Tori Yost, Staff
April 25, 2024

Impacts of Veganism

Impacts of Veganism

Sarah Jones, Managing Editor
January 29, 2024

Have you ever considered a vegan diet? Requiring you to forgo all things originating from a living creature, including non-meat items such as cheese, honey, and milk products. Now think about what you...

When the winner of the Amazing Shake was announced, confetti cannons went off.

The Amazing Shake

Ava Wilson, Staff
January 23, 2024

“My favorite thing about The Amazing Shake was meeting new people, because you never know what these people can or will do for you further down the road,” said Cole Crown, sixth grade. The Amazing...

The Orlando Museum of Art or OMA is struggling to deal with the aftermath of their 2022 legal troubles after an FBI raid.

Consider the Museum

Hunter Vann, Editor-In-Chief
January 18, 2024

  Consider the art museum, what it means to society, and why these seemingly unviable institutions exist in our community. Recently, I was made to confront this very question upon learning that...

Antimatter falls like matter, upholding Einsteins theory of gravity. Graphic by the U.S. National Science Foundation.

The Latest Revelation in Physics: Antimatter Falls Down

Layla Hubler, Senior Staff
October 18, 2023

For the first time, physicists have observed how antimatter reacts to gravity. This is one of the most important scientific discoveries of the century, and it completely reconfigures the way we perceive...

New York City is one of the densest cities in the United States and ranks second in the world for most skyscrapers.

Carbon and Construction: A Journey Towards Sustainability

Hunter Vann, Editor-In-Chief
August 23, 2023

In the grand tapestry of human existence, the desire to create has remained an unyielding force. From the ancient marvels of Stonehenge to the modern metropolis of New York City, humanity’s drive to...

One instance of UCFs
sacred squirrel, either hated or loved by UCF residents without a clear explanation as to why.

UCF Knights and Squirrel Squires

Layla Hubler, Staff
May 15, 2023

Have you ever walked around a college campus and thought, “Wow, why do the squirrels act like dogs?” At the University of Central Florida, this experience is heightened with the roomy nature of the...

An exterior photo of Comet Pizza, the so called axis of the pizza gate conspiracy theories.

Real or Fake? How to Spot Manipulative Media

Hunter Vann, OSBN Executive Producer
March 8, 2023

In this modern age of perpetual communication, fostered by the invention of social media and the internet, we are exposed to vast amounts of information and data from billions of unknown and unverified...

Fifteen Minute Cities, a Sustainable Solution?

Fifteen Minute Cities, a Sustainable Solution?

Hunter Vann, OSBN Executive Producer
March 1, 2023

Close your eyes and imagine a world where everything you need for your day-to-day life is within walking distance. Running low on milk? Just take a four-minute walk across the street to the grocery store....

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