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Cavaliers Out For Break: Two Weeks, Three Cities

Cavaliers Out For Break: Two Weeks, Three Cities

Adriana Meijaard, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Spotlight

Winter break flew by, but for some students, it meant literally flying. Though plenty of us enjoyed staying indoors, watching television and sleeping, others took advantage of the extended time off and saw a bit more of the world. Some of our fellow Cavaliers were able to experience the icy winters...

Ready for the Next Step: Questbridge Recipients

Ready for the Next Step: Questbridge Recipients

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Student Spotlight

QuestBridge is a national non-profit organization which matches high-achieving, low-income youth with colleges and universities around the country. This program provides scholarships and financial aid to students who have done exceptionally well during their high school careers and throughout the sel...

Catching a Cav with Character: Principled

Catching a Cav with Character: Principled

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017


Filed under Cavs with Character, Features, Student Spotlight

What constitutes a model student? The grand majority of people would say a 4.0 GPA, near-perfect test scores and a wide array of extracurricular activities that would make any teacher or parent fawn. But most people often overlook characteristics like honesty as well as service in the student's respective...

A Three Dimensional Approach to Learning

A Three Dimensional Approach to Learning

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017


Filed under Faculty Spotlights, Features, Top Stories

Not sure what she had in store in the future, Ms. Chappell began working as a sales representative for a pharmaceutical company. Although she had passion for her job at the time, she began to grow tired of the daily routine and began searching for other alternatives. After her work in sales, she majored...

Cavs Brave the Cold on OOSCT

Cavs Brave the Cold on OOSCT

Maria F. Estrada, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 28, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

As junior year responsibilities begin to pile up and senior year quickly approaches, college seems to be a common topic of conversation among most students. Every year, Coral Gables Senior High hosts an out-of-state college tour (OOSCT) to facilitate the college process and introduce students to what...

Bienvenue Société Honoraire Française

Bienvenue Société Honoraire Française

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under Club of the Month, Features, Top Stories

French is one of the four languages offered on campus, along with Italian, Spanish and German. Hundreds of student are enrolled in this area of study (ranging from non-speakers to AP levels) during the school day, but representation for this language was suspiciously missing from the sizable list of...

Let’s Get Down to Business with Mrs. Carranza

Let’s Get Down to Business with Mrs. Carranza

Yeileny Lopez, Opinion Editor

November 12, 2017


Filed under Faculty Spotlights, Features

As many students know, Gables is full of wonderful teachers that make the high school experience more bearable. From her loving attitude to her commitment, Gables is proud to present Mrs. Carranza as the Teacher of the Year. For those who do not know her, Mrs. Carranza is the Lead Teacher of the Academy...

Kappameisters: Gables Grown Music

Kappameisters: Gables Grown Music

Pablo Hanono, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


Filed under Features, Student Spotlight

As high school students, we listen to an incredible amount of music, whether it be while working out or in between classes. With the growing number of platforms available, such as Soundcloud and Youtube, the creation and distribution of music have become easier than ever before. Adrian Flores, Alexander...

Elodie Tardits: 4,400 Miles from Home

Elodie Tardits: 4,400 Miles from Home

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


Filed under Features, Student Spotlight

Sophomore Elodie Tardits appears to be your typical well-rounded Gables student. She competes on the successful Cavalier debate team, is a member of the League against Cancer and is involved in the Twenty Little Working Girls volunteer organization outside of school. However, unlike many of the students here, this ...

When You’re Here, You’re Home

When You’re Here, You’re Home

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017


Filed under Club of the Month, Features

Gables Paradigm (GSA) is without a doubt is one of the most accepting and diverse clubs at Gables. The club continuously aims to promote individuality among the students. Their culture of acceptance creates a safe environment which allows students to freely express their feelings when it comes to be...

Alumnus Jason Dietz: Patient 001

Alumnus Jason Dietz: Patient 001

Vanessa Grau, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017


Filed under Alumni Spotlights, Features

Jason Dietz is a class of 1984 alumnus at Coral Gables High. During his time as a Cavalier, Dietz was selected alongside eight of his classmates to be part of the first class of The Performing and Visual Arts Center program (PAVAC). PAVAC is a program at Miami-Dade Community College that concentrates o...

Alfredo Wolfermann: Let’s Start with A Hello

Alfredo Wolfermann: Let’s Start with A Hello

Daymara Fernandez, Staff Writer

September 23, 2017


Filed under Features, Student Spotlight

Alfredo Wolfermann is a junior at Coral Gables Senior High who has big plans for this school and its students. To accomplish these goals, he is part of many clubs. He is on the board of Best Buddies, which is a club dedicated to interacting with students with disabilities and organizing activities for...

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