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

Where are they now?: Divya Nivani

From Key West High School’s (KWHS) Class of 2020, Divya Nivani has branched herself out from the little rock and into the big waters of Cambridge, Massachusetts. “…I try to come back to Key West as often as I can,” explained Nivani. “There’s no place like it, [so] I do miss [the town] a lot.”   Currently attending one of the top universities in the nation, … Continue reading Where are they now?: Divya Nivani

Overcoming the Obstacle of Testing

Looming over them like an ominous sky, signaling an incoming, inescapable storm, testing on state and nation levels harm students’ mental health.  With the  Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT), the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT), Advanced Placement (AP) exams, the Florida Standards Assessments (FSA), and End of Course (EOC) exams, the students of Key West High School (KWHS) have stress piled high on their plate. Serena … Continue reading Overcoming the Obstacle of Testing

NIL Bill Passed, Allowing College Athletes Can Get Paid

On June 30th, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced that college athletes in all sports and divisions could receive money for their name, image, and likeness (NIL). While many states had already passed bills allowing athletes to become getting paid, it is now fully approved by the NCAA among all college athletics. Athletes can make money from many activities they could not before: … Continue reading NIL Bill Passed, Allowing College Athletes Can Get Paid

Big Ten to Play in the CFB 2020 Season

 Big Ten football has officially made the decision that they will return to college football this season. This is after they announced just a few weeks ago they would not be participating in the upcoming season due to Covid-19.     So now unless anything comes up the Big Ten is set to return October 23. They will have each team play 8 games and although the … Continue reading Big Ten to Play in the CFB 2020 Season