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My Perspective

Hannah Farias, Writer | November 5, 2019

One of my greatest passions is writing. Joining the Journalism program is one of the best decisions that I’ve ever made, as I’ve been able to express myself and make so many memories. Not only has it granted me academic freedom, but it’s taught me so many lessons that I’ll be able to carry with me for the rest of my life. From learning about communication and making connections to creative...

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Hannah Farias, Reporter | March 6, 2019

o·ver·dose noun /ˈōvərˌdōs/ an excessive and dangerous dose of a drug.   life noun /līf/   the condition that distinguishes animals and plants from inorganic matter, including the capacity for growth, reproduction, functional activity, and continual change preceding death.   end verb /end/   past tense: ended; past participle:...

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Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | March 4, 2019

92 Days. To some, this may just seem like any other number, but for many here at Cypress Creek this two-digit number means opportunity and freedom. This number signifies how many days until the class of 2019 steps away from high school life and graduates at the USF Sun Dome. Graduation gives you the chance to go out into the real world, without the distractions of high school. 2,208 Hours. Some of...

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Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | February 5, 2019

There are many reasons for a teen in high school to get a job. Some teens get jobs to save up for college or fund their own personal expenses. Others work as a major source of their family’s income. Many others try to get a job to gain valuable work experience. However, having a job during school has some major advantages and disadvantages, making sure you can find a balance is crucial. Having...

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Why We Feel Nostalgia

Jacob Blauvelt, Reporter | November 15, 2018

With the composition of a human body constantly changing, it is hard to pinpoint exactly what a person is. That is why the question of “what is a person?” is so intriguing and complex. There is no consistency. Nostalgia, fondly remembering the past, what you used to do and who you used to be might simply be a way for your brain to answer that question. People move on in their lives, finding different...

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