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  • Open House November 1
  • HS Father Daughter October 29
  • Parent Teacher Conferences October 22, 23, 26

Are seniors everywhere suffering from AP Exam apathy?

Josie Little, Politics and Culture Editor

April 24, 2012

A large number of Academy's seniors have registered to take at least one Advanced Placement exam in May.  Their teachers have rigorously prepared them, and their parents have written fat checks in order to provide them the opportunity...

The rise and fall of a Presidential candidate

Josie Little, Politics and Culture

March 27, 2012

Rick Santorum's waning star has been as quick as his meteoric rise on the national scene. At the beginning of the Republican primary season, Santorum was just another presidential hopeful of middling status within his party's...

A few lucky Academy girls will always have Paris

Josie Little, Politics and Culture Editor

March 23, 2012

On a morning in March 9, when most people were still in bed, a handful of Academy students were assembled outside the American Airlines section of the Tampa International Airport. Despite the early hour, the roughly twenty-five...

Super Tuesday brings hung jury

Josie Little, Politics and Culture Editor

March 6, 2012

In the American political tradition, Super Tuesday has the potential to create a watershed moment for one presidential candidate. It is the moment when the victorious candidate can declare himself (or herself) the chosen one as...

Gaga gets tough on bullying

Gaga gets tough on bullying

Josie Little, Politics and Culture Editor

March 6, 2012

Students and public opinion cry ‘foul’ on political games with USF budget

Josie Little, Politics and Culture Editor

February 18, 2012

The University of South Florida has long held a vital role in the community for Floridians of all walks of life. Very few citizens from the Sunshine State can list a single member of their family who has never gone to USF as...

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