Daylight Savings Time Bill

Florida lawmakers want to pass legislation for more working, learning and playing time in the sunshine.Two bills, called the “Sunshine Protection Act,” would ask Congress to give the state permission to make Daylight SavingS Time year round. The proposals each passed their first Senate and House committees unanimously this week.   If Congress agrees, Florida would join two other states that have exempted themselves from … Continue reading Daylight Savings Time Bill

Black Panther Review

Black Panther is the long awaited Marvel release starring Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa/Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger, and Danai Gurira as Okoye. This film truly hit it out of the park with a great cast, fun action scenes, and great comedy. Boseman is impossible to dislike as he gives a wonderful portrayal of a man becoming king and protector of his country … Continue reading Black Panther Review

Black History Month Show

Tymia Hill (11th Grade) Black Achievement Cultural Club (BACC) President What is the Black History Month Show? The Black History month show is black culture being shown [to] students at Lake Howell High school. Why do we have the black history month show? To demonstrate our culture. What acts can students expect in the black history month show? Great singing, amazing poets, and an overall … Continue reading Black History Month Show

This Is Us Review

This Is Us was the hit breakout show of fall 2016 and has not stopped. Giving the public two seasons, This Is Us has made its way in TV history by earning nominations for Best Television Series – Drama at the Golden Globe Awards and Best Drama Series at the Critics’ Choice Awards, as well as being chosen as a Top Television Program by the American Film Institute. Sterling … Continue reading This Is Us Review

2018 Women’s March

On January 21st, 2018 Women’s March Florida held a women’s march around Lake Eola. This march featured quite a few speakers who discussed many issues ranging the #MeToo movement, which was created for survivors of sexual assault, to DACA (the Dreamers). This was not the only march around the country. This was one of many in other places like Washington, New York, Chicago, and more. … Continue reading 2018 Women’s March