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Our very own Opinion Editor, Lauren Gregorio and fellow Cavalier Alexandra Torres have officially started their project... The LOTUS Mission!

The LOTUS Mission: Life on the UpSide

Lucia Chico, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

At the start of her junior year, senior Alexandra Torres grew frustrated with the lack of organizations that worked to help teenage survivors of sexual assault. Torres had recently met junior Lauren Gregorio...

Gables Records N Comics: A Blast to the Past

Maia Berthier, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2021

Peering into a hidden stairwell on Miracle Mile, a colorful chalkboard sign covered with stickers and upward-facing arrows invites pedestrians in. A subtle bell rings as the establishment doors open to...

The 7th period class, with Mr. Molina in the center back, poses with their shoes on a

Crocs Make a Comeback with Cavalier “Crocs Fridays”

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Co-Editor-In-Chief February 16, 2021

The chalkboard-covered walls of Mr. Molina’s Biology classroom, filled with colorful signatures of former students, have seen a lot over the years. Room 2207 has been the site of countless experiments,...

Trump caravans blocked traffic on 8th street this weekend, equip with flags, signs, and pro-trump chants.

Trump Caravans Crowd Miami-Dade Streets

Massimo Aguila, Staff Writer October 26, 2020

Miami-Dade streets were blocked with Pro-Trump caravans all over the district in the past week, concentrated from the City of Miami all the way to Downtown. Thousands of drivers flocked to the streets...

CavsChat: Viral – Episode Three

Chloe Grant and Gabriel Wagner September 8, 2020

Today’s episode, hosted by Chloe Grant and Gabriel Wagner, asks the question: So what now? We have our predictions, and on this episode, we have some interviews from our classmates as well!

CavsChat: Viral – Episode One

Chloe Grant and Gabriel Wagner September 6, 2020

Coronavirus has caused a lot of difficulties with difficulties far beyond school campuses, join Chloe and Gabriel as they explore the pros and cons of returning to the traditional brick and mortar schooling...

Andre Gutierrez's career as a firefighter and first responder has led him to the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 in St. Petersburg, Florida.

On the Front Lines: a Look into the Fight Against COVID-19

Chase Bagnall-Koger, News Editor April 24, 2020

Andre Gutierrez begins his 12-hour shift in a now-closed community pool house, equipped with his head cap, full gown, gloves, boot covers, and the “luxury” of a 3m respiratory mask to answer the first...

The Parkland Shooting in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is still relevant two years later as those affected remember the tragedy.

Second Anniversary of Parkland School Shooting Brings Reminders of Gun Violence

Sofia Cruz , Staff Writer February 13, 2020

The second anniversary of the infamous Parkland school shooting is approaching, casting a shadow over the upcoming Valentine's Day. On Feb. 14 of 2018, gunshots were reported at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas...

CavsCast Episode 3: Talking Construction With Mr. Evans

Ketty Dones, Staff Writer February 6, 2020

In this edition of CavsCast, Staff Writer Ketty Dones discusses recent construction projects occurring throughout Gables with Assistant Principal Mr. Evans. As part of the General Obligation Bonds (GOB)...

The Women's National Basketball Association have created the Changemakers platform in an attempt to better provide for their players and grow their industry.

The WNBA Levels the Playing Field: The Step Towards Equality

Sofia Cruz , Staff Writer January 26, 2020

Finally, the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) is making progressive strides to equalize the sport for female athletes. On Tuesday, Jan. 14, the league announced that it had reached a new...

Sofia Sanz de Acedo, a graduate of the CGHS class of 2015, recently became a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins.

Sofia Sanz de Acedo: The Journey of Dance

Chase Bagnall-Koger , News Editor December 11, 2019

After Sofia Sanz de Acedo finishes the week surrounded by her eager students and literary essays, where she teaches English at Brownsville middle school, she trades in her pens and paper for pom-poms to...

Alejandra Agredo was an inspiration and brought so much positivity to the community. After passing away, she will be remembered by Cavaliers for her activism and kindness.

In Memory of Alejandra Agredo

Sofia Cruz , Staff Writer December 6, 2019

A devastating turn of events recently caused Gables to lose one of its brightest Cavaliers. On Tuesday, Nov. 26, Bryan "Alejandra" Agredo passed away at the age of seventeen when she was hit by a train...

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