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The Student News Site of Patriot High School

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Is Social Media the Cause of Depression?

Avery Fies May 31, 2022

Imagine who you would be without social media. Let me guess, it was difficult. A recent study shows that 93% of people ages 14-22 use social media. Along with the use of social media, the highest depression...

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Skating into the NHL Playoffs

Avery Fies May 26, 2022

The 21-22 NHL regular season has come to an end, and the playoffs are in full swing. Right now, the playoffs include the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers, Colorado Avalanche and St. Louis Blues,...

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Roll the Clips… It’s Time to end Movies over Two Hours

Roll the Clips… It’s Time to end Movies over Two Hours

Arianna Nahim May 24, 2022

A blockbuster film has just made a smash into the theater. Since the debut of its cast list, The Batman has been highly anticipated, and with Robert Pattinson starring as Batman, anticipation only bubbled....

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Mask Mandate Lifted

Mask Mandate Lifted

Arianna Nahim May 18, 2022

Picture it, you’re trapped in a compact steel machine cylindrically shaped. Someone you've never met has your life in their hands.  You’re surrounded by people who you’ve never met, and on top of...

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In the image above, students of a Tampa Bay school are waving pride flags during a walk-out protest.

Students Opinions on the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Grace Tisinger, opinion writer May 18, 2022

On Feb 24, 2022, Ron DeSantis signed a bill that would restrict grades K-3rd to talk about sexual orientation and gender identities in all of Florida’s school counties. The bill would allow parents to...

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Fasting on the Field

Lexy Panjsheeri May 17, 2022

White lips, dry mouth, loud stomach, heavy breathing, and a persistent thought of giving up. This feels like it can last for an eternity; Muslim athletes all over the world are facing these challenges...

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Tyler, The Creator accepts the award for best rap album for Igor and at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards.

Recognizing the Racism in the Music Industry

Savannah Farrier April 28, 2022

Music in the U.S. has come to evolve from the direct influence of Black culture; from the introduction of rock to the smooth jazz that plays in your favorite coffee shop, Black culture has influenced it...

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Cyber Security in the Internet Age — It Matters

Chris Bordonaro, Reporter April 27, 2022

Your information is valuable. Where you are, what you do, and how people can get your money. However, nearly everything you do while online is being tracked, stored and used to create a profile about you...

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Coach K’s Farewell

Avery Fies April 27, 2022

After a tough loss against UNC Tarheels, 81-77, in the Final Four on Saturday night, Coach Krzyzewski was not ready to discuss the end if his coaching career. At 75 years old, he has been coaching for...

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The Toxic Reality of Prom: Not Everyones Dream Night

The Toxic Reality of Prom: Not Everyone’s Dream Night

Sanya Sewani April 22, 2022

The thrill, loud music, screaming the lyrics of songs, prom night, a night of memories, $200 dress, $70 nails, $45 hair, 180 likes--wait when did this become a game of numbers?   This occasion across...

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Photo by: Sahar Tabibi

‘Not Even Water?’ – Ramadan Explained

Lexy Panjsheeri , Melissa Kus, and Sahar Tabibi April 22, 2022

As Ismael Ibn Musa Menk says, “Let’s start Ramadan off with a BANG!” Ramadan is the Islamic month of strengthening your faith and connection with Allah SWT (Subhanahu wa ta'ala, meaning “The...

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The Unfair Distribution of Athletic Funds in High School Sports

Sean Coleman April 19, 2022

Throughout the U.S. there is a wide variety of different high school athletics for students to choose from. From football and basketball all the way to lacrosse and swim, this broad set of options allows...

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