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Faces Review

By: Emily Bracher The late rapper Mac Miller’s mixtape, Faces, was officially re-released on October 15th. It was originally released on May 11th, 2014, but was only available on other streaming platforms. With the announcement of its release on September 15th, Face’s first single Color and Shapes was released. Malcolm James McCormick, better known as Mac Miller, sadly passed away at the age of 26 … Continue reading Faces Review

Holiday spirit is seen everywhere!

 As the tail end of 2021 speedily approaches, the familiar scent of baked goods and Evergreen trees linger in the air. Cool, brisk breezes and peppermint lattes sound the alarms that the holiday season has officially arrived.  Many love this time of the year for various reasons, and the students of Key West High School (KWHS) are no different.  Hunter Boxall, a sophomore at KWHS, … Continue reading Holiday spirit is seen everywhere!

Keys Living

   The Florida Keys consists of many wildlife, tourism, fishing, water and much more. Why live here? Living in the keys is definitely a lifestyle that is not meant for everyone. While living here and enjoying boating, eating, swimming, relaxing, which is all nice and enjoyable, but there are also aspects of living here that are a little more unenjoyable and make it not fit for … Continue reading Keys Living

New Covid Variant: Omicron

(Featured Image provided by Thomas Faull/Alamy Live News/Alamy Live News) Just when we thought that the Alpha and Delta variants were already bad enough, a new covid variant, labeled the Omicron variant has just recently been identified in South Africa. The variant has different symptoms than normal and is rumored to be able to be spread faster, especially among younger people. Around November 18th, Dr. … Continue reading New Covid Variant: Omicron

Iranian nuclear talks resume in Vienna

Nuclear talks from the international community with Iran have recently resumed in the Austrian capital of Vienna with all present parties drawing their deals between each other. Iranian representatives opened the talks with the hard suggestion that everything negotiated in the previous Nuclear deal could be re-negotiated between nations. When speaking to Iranian national television, Ali Bagheri, Iran’s top negotiator at the talks, said to … Continue reading Iranian nuclear talks resume in Vienna

Barbados has Finally Cut Ties With Britain and has Become a Republic

By: Tricia Desroches After 55 years of getting its independence from the United Kingdom, Barbados became an official parliamentary republic. Barbados is an island country in the Caribbean and it was a British colony all the way until November 1996. Barbados peacefully gained its independence, unlike many other countries in history. The Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. is a big part of what … Continue reading Barbados has Finally Cut Ties With Britain and has Become a Republic

College Football Rivalry Weekend Recap

In what has been a wild and unpredictable year of college football, this year’s rivalry weekend held true to that as well. With playoff implications, flaring tempers, and fantastic games, it’s time to take a look at some of the best stories of the weekend.            In the biggest game for Floridians, this week Florida vs. Florida State was a sloppy and highly heated game. With … Continue reading College Football Rivalry Weekend Recap

Alzheimer’s Disease

By: Vivienne Wellet   Alzheimer’s or also known as Dementia, is a disease that involves memory loss and interrupts other important daily things. It is caused by “the abnormal build-up of proteins in and around the brain cell.” More than 54 million people”worldwide” have Alzheimer’s. The longer Alzheimer’s disease is present in the body the worse and worse it will get, first they can’t remember … Continue reading Alzheimer’s Disease

KWHS Students’ Perspectives: Are masks still a thing?

**DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT EXPRESS THE VIEWS OF THE AUTHOR AND STAFF MEMBERS OF “THE SNAPPER”** Throughout 2021, the mask policy at Key West High School (KWHS) has changed drastically over the COVID-19 year. Starting as wearing them full time, then students wavering the facial guards with parent consent, and now a choice for students and teachers.  In an anonymous survey run by Google … Continue reading KWHS Students’ Perspectives: Are masks still a thing?