Raising the minimum wage could be more beneficial if done on a state level

On Nov. 3, 2020 Florida voters passed a law set to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour incrementally by 2026. Florida Amendment Two, otherwise known as the $15 Minimum […]

Voting by mail should not be controversial

As election night has approached, voting by mail has been a topic of discussion amongst Democrats and Republicans. Especially with COVID-19, more absentee ballots are expected to be sent out in the 2020 election than in past elections.   Voting […]

“Dolittle” does little for the film industry

“Dolittle,” not to be mistaken with the movie “Dr. Dolittle,” starring Eddie Murphy, isn’t the typical movie you’d expect so many high-profile celebrities to be a […]

New HOSA partnership hopes to promote pedestrian safety

HOSA, now dubbed Future Health Professionals, as opposed to their previous name Health Occupations Students of America, has been working on improving the Lutz community […]

Hillsborough county schools move to add safety measures against gun violence

As gun violence threats continue plaguing U.S. citizens across the country, Hillsborough County public schools have begun preparations providing further protection for its students throughout the district.   May […]

Steinbrenner GSA brings awareness to suicide prevention day

In drawing attention to World Suicide Prevention Day, which falls on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019 this year, a club at Steinbrenner has initiated plans to inform students of the day’s passing and encourage them to recognize […]