Florida State Fair

Taylor Rowland, Staff Writer

February 15, 2011

Floridians have waited all year for it to arrive. The smell of funnel cakes and fried Oreos fills the air. The Florida State Fair is finally here.   The Fair opened on February 10th and ends the 21st. There is so much to do...

Mr. Eagle 2011 results

Imran Ahmed, Web Editor

February 11, 2011

Mr. Eagle 2011 was a lot different than you’d expect, but the contestants strove to give the people a night filled with entertainment. The winner of this year’s contest was senior Dylan Gouletas, who was sponsored by SGA....

Mr. Eagle 2011

Imran Ahmed, Web Editor

February 8, 2011

One of the most popular events of the school year looks to bring yet another year of excitement to the students and staff.                 It’s that time of the year again. Mr. Eagle is finally back. The popular...

Fallen officers

Erin Cole, Sports Editor

January 30, 2011

Two St. Petersburg policemen were recently shot and killed on the job while pursuing criminal Hydra Lacy Jr.                 On the morning of Monday January 24, the hunt for Hydra Lacy Jr., a criminal with a...

NASA: Cutting down on lifting-off

Cole Krug, Staff Writer

January 28, 2011

The struggling economy is affecting every aspect of government and American life as we know it: from healthcare to space exploration. Will NASA be able to keep up with the changing times and slimming support from DC, or...

Flooding dangers in Australia

Tyler Higbee, Staff Writer

January 12, 2011

For the past couple weeks, there has been extreme flooding in Brisbane, Australia. This started with serious rain and now it is causing the rivers to overflow. They have evacuated areas in the suburbs and some farmlands but with...

Earthquake shakes Chile cnce again

Kaila Schlimm, Staff Writer

January 7, 2011

            On January 2, 2011 an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 shook southern Chile. The earthquake caused little damage. Only some power went out in the Araucania region but no severe damages were acquired. There...

More coffee equals more llamas

Julia Fox, Staff Writer

December 17, 2010

Purchase a cup of Panera Bread coffee and contribute towards the purchase of llamas. Many seem confused when they first hear this, but yes it is accurate, the Spanish National Honor Society is selling coffee to buy llamas. However,...

The end of a decade?

Erin Cole, Sports Editor

November 15, 2010

Every year students look forward to the one week throughout the entire 180 days that gives them more incentive to wake up and go to school. Yes, this is because of all of the fun activities for Homecoming Week that the Student...

Little eagles turn 20

Ally Jackovics, News Editor

October 28, 2010

For 20 years, a small group has arrived before the school day begins, and some leave long after the school locks up. The early ones stumble in, barely awake and eat breakfast, greeting their peers as they trickle in. A daily routine...

Media Center fire at East Lake

Taylor Rowland, Staff Writer

October 22, 2010

East Lake High School is normally a quiet, calm high school where nothing too bad happens. On October 19, 2010 that all changed when at 1:53, a fire started. In upstairs building 4 near the library someone allegedly lit a...

Khan Academy Tutorials

Julia Ceraolo, Copy Editor

October 18, 2010

           Salman Khan has been creating a full-fledged online “Academy” since 2006. Each of the 1800 videos (and counting) consists of a ten-to-fifteen-minute blackboard session. Although Khan’s face is never show...

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