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College Board scraps the paper SAT
College Board scraps the paper SAT
Hayden Pinto, Staff Writer • February 9, 2024

It is out with the old and in with the new. Beginning on March 9, College Board’s SAT will be offered exclusively online without the option...

Local Shrimpers are now struggling to make ends meet due to the inflation of the market. “The imported shrimp market has caused a decrease in the product price. As fuel 
prices and other equipment prices have risen, it has put many shrimpers out of business,” Rhodes said.
Shrimping: an endangered tradition
Noah Iverson, Web Editor • February 6, 2024

The salty ocean air, the smell of pluff mud, seafood restaurants line the streets, yet shrimp boats sit docked at the harbor. This is the scene...

Senior Allie Jepson competed in the lacrosse dodgeball fundraiser and 
feels that helps with school spirit. “It brings people together through 
competition and creates a fun environment where students can be active and support each other,” Jepson said.
The latest
Emma Stanton, Sports Editor • February 6, 2024

Lance Renes, the varsity lacrosse head coach, needed an idea for a fundraiser for his team. Something that could get the community involved....

New Head Football Coach Announced
New Head Football Coach Announced
Emma Stanton, Sports Editor • December 14, 2023

After the recent stepping down of former head football coach Rocco Adrian, the school has officially announced his replacement. Stratford High...

A semester in the wilderness
A semester in the wilderness
Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor • February 9, 2024

Journeying 16 hours away from familiarity and comfort of the place he called home for 17 years, senior Stuart Morton travels 1,115.1 miles to embark on the adventure that will be the next five months of his life. Maine...

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Club brings inclusion and community
Emma Stanton, Sports Editor • February 9, 2024

After beginning last school year, the Culturally Unmatched Resilient Legacy Students [C.U.R.L.S.] Club has made its debut. They have grown from about seven students this past school year to over 20 current members. The...

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Student awaits future at Naval Academy
Student awaits future at Naval Academy
Ginabella Del Vecchio, Copy Editor • February 9, 2024

Strength, discipline, and passion are just a few things that some may expect of a student in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. For Senior Mackenzie King, she must have all of those qualities and more to apply to the...

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Jamie Kohler, the owner of Blissful Dreams provides a place for people to come together and take part in her therapeutic horse riding.
Blissful Dreams helps disabled individuals
Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor • February 12, 2024

In the quiet serenity of the Blissful Dreams ranch, Jamie Kohler provides a beacon of hope and healing through therapeutic horseback riding. Within the ranch, people of all different ages and disabilities find solace and...

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Vegans plant a new lifestyle
Vegans plant a new lifestyle
Brittany Wagener, Staff Writer • February 12, 2024

Becoming vegan can be demanding. Every time sophomore Emily Mills ate meat, her stomach would hurt. The pain caused her to want to make a change. Just about a month ago, Mills decided to cut meat out of her diet, and became...

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Senior George Minister plays the lead in his theater’s production of ‘Grease’. ”You have to have that technical skill to be able to perform at a level that people expect,” Minister said.
Devoted to the act
Hayden Pinto, Staff Writer • February 12, 2024

Awaiting acceptance, long rehearsals, balancing vocal abilities, and navigating stage fright. For senior George Minister, this is all too familiar. “I auditioned for my first musical when I was in fourth grade,” Minister...

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Harmonies of the heart
Lili Ambrose, Entertainment Editor • February 12, 2024

The main purpose of creating music is to express emotion. More so, project it. Although I have never been taught or trained to play an instrument...

Epstein back in the spotlight with list
Kendall Bowers, Design Editor • February 12, 2024

Most, if not all, should know who Jeffery Epstein is and the reasons why his name is still being spread around after his suicide back in August...

The bizarre ‘madman’ president
Noah Iverson, Web Editor • February 12, 2024

When your president doesn’t like having a government, that’s probably a problem. That is the situation in Argentina, where the president...

Tribal Tribune Volume 49 Issue 4
Tribal Tribune Volume 49 Issue 4
February 6, 2024



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Staff Update
Staff Update
November 9, 2023

1st Place, National Sports Story of the Year - Senior Jordan DeMario, Tribal Tribune 1st Place, Best of Show, Sports Photo - Junior Gabbi...

About Tribal Tribune
About Tribal Tribune
May 31, 2019

Tribal Tribune is the student-run newspaper of Wando High school in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Wando High School is made up of over 2,600 students and Tribal Tribune...

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