Lifestyle

Kennedy’s Essential Apps

Phones would be nothing without apps. Sure we can call and text but apps allow us to do that and more with a simple push of the download button in the app store. Below are 8 apps I can’t live without. AccuWeather – The weather app that comes predownloaded with apple is nice but isn’t as detailed as I would…

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Beauty

Spring Faves 2019

I only have a few more weeks before I am finished with high school which officially marks the beginning of Summer! But before we get there I wanted to share with you all my top five spring faves. These items have helped me push through this last semester and not look like a zombie during AP and final exams. I…

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Lifestyle

Trying a Magnetic Mask?? (VIDEO)

Target is full of surprises and is a literal Alice in Wonderland-style rabbit hole and I (once again) fell down it. This time I was in the makeup section and I came across a Magnetic Face Mask by E.L.F. Now, I’m not a skin care expert but at first glance anything that involves a magnet doesn’t seem safe for your…

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Sports

Foul Play: The Effectiveness of Trash Talk

Physical speed, strength and skill aren’t the only measures of how well athletes can thrive in their respective sports. A witty combination of words allows an athlete to sneak into an opponent’s head, throwing them off and making victory more important.  There’s the physical game and then there’s the mental game, known as trash talk.  Trash talking describes friendly banter…

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Profiles, Sports

Hey Ravens! Watch This Bulldog Fly!

Hayden Hurst is no stranger to success. However, the current NFL football player has had his time with failure. During his time at Bolles, Hayden collected two state championship baseball rings. However, the road to being a first round draft pick for the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 wasn’t easy. His low-90’s fastball made him a powerful pitcher for the varsity…

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Profiles, Sports

New All-Star Up to Bat : Hunter Barco

“No one in my family has ever played baseball” Barco said. His dad was a kicker for Florida State and his mom a cheerleader at Florida Southern, “Baseball didn’t run in the family, I played t-ball when I was younger like most little kids do and I’ve loved it ever since. I keep playing now because I love the game…

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Lifestyle, Profiles

The Elder Working Crisis

While at the Peace Sullivan/James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism and New Media my video group produced a news package on the Elder Work Crisis. Below is the article by Allessandra Inzinna on the Elder Work Crisis: http://miamimontage.org/2018/07/14/older-workers/ And below is the video produced by myself, Nyah Hardmon, and Allessandra Inzinna scroll down. Be sure to like comment and share!

Opinion-Editorial

Montage 2018

I just got back from the Peace Sullivan and James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism and New Media, a three week summer intensive where myself and 19 other students produce a news magazine (The Miami Montage), video packages, and photography. I can’t sum up how amazing the experience was in words because it was so unreal. I made amazing…

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