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Tribal Tribune

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Tribal Tribune

The student news site of Wando High School

Tribal Tribune

Crush Yard member Bryan Garris prepares to serve  to his teammate. “I really love the atmosphere of Crush Yard; it’s the perfect hangout.”
New Mt. Pleasant business set to ‘Crush’ it
Hayden Pinto, Staff Writer • March 20, 2024

Plastic rackets, a plastic ball, a short net, and a kitchen. Pickleball is taking the world by storm. And the newest attraction is within a mile of the school. The Crush Yard, located on the corner of Highway 17 and National...

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GEN Z and the new era of news
GEN Z and the new era of news
Noah Iverson, Web Editor • March 20, 2024

Wherever people go, innovation follows. Whether it be technological advances, social change, or political reform, they all sprout from original ideas created by original people. Recently innovation has started to come...

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Senior Kiahna Melella participated in Senior Assasin. ”I loved riding around with my friends and planning our ‘assassinations’ together,” Melalla said
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Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor • March 20, 2024

Senior Assassin has been an ongoing tradition for upperclassmen for years. It starts with signing up for the game through the affiliated Instagram account, where the student will later be added to a Snapchat group chat with...

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A stellar performance
A stellar performance
Emma Stanton, Sports Editor • February 23, 2024

Stages and spotlights. Ribbons and trophies. After a competitive conference at Dreher High School, the theater department has brought back numerous awards and prestigious recognitions. The conference itself was the Palmetto...

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Investment into the future
Investment into the future
Brittany Wagener, Staff Writer • March 20, 2024

Growing up, senior Maddie Reynolds would help her dad in real estate. She would take pictures of the houses being listed, and from there, she slowly found herself being interested in the world of real estate. “I always...

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From school halls to service in Africa
From school halls to service in Africa
Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor • March 20, 2024

From Charleston to the Horn of Africa, the call to duty required former assistant principal Steve Legette to leave behind his family, community, and job to do his part by serving his country in the South Carolina National...

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Junior Kailey Foushee hands out her club fliers to students during the Curriculum Fair. “I love the fact that I get to interact with so many different people; it is what makes the whole experience so special,” Foushee said
Bracelets strung for the greater good
Lili Ambrose, Entertainment Editor • March 21, 2024

Stringing along hope and positivity for local hospitalized children, Bracelets for Smiles, a new student-run club, creates and donates bracelets for the patients at the Medical University of South Carolina. President and...

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Perseverance through physicality
Perseverance through physicality
Lili Ambrose, Entertainment Editor • March 13, 2024

With surprise spikes in glucose and fears of fainting, Sophomore Ella Troy does not let her Type 1 Diabetes put an end to her athletic lifestyle. Playing both basketball and lacrosse, Troy proves herself to overcome anything.  Inspired...

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‘Saviors’: The newest from the old
‘Saviors’: The newest from the old
Kendall Bowers, Design Editor • February 12, 2024

Green Day has done it again with the recent release of their newest album “Saviors”. Now that the band is around 37 years old, you would think they wouldn’t be able to keep up their classic sound of punk rock, yet this...

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Prom culture goes too far
MC Warner, Co-Editor in Chief • March 26, 2024

I’ve always loved getting dressed up for a school dance. Spending hours perfecting my dress, makeup, and hair. There’s no doubt that I’m...

The world’s unseen conflicts
Noah Iverson, Web Editor • March 26, 2024

Ukraine and Israel are the two places people think of most when modern conflicts are mentioned. What frustrates me is how little people know...

Artificial intelligence; good or bad?
Morgan Cook, Co-Editor in Chief • March 7, 2024

The world and age of technology that we now live in is terrifying. We rely too much on the technology provided for us that human interaction...

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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